Not the usual cow pasture in the middle of nowhere, but an amazing corner lot of 0.6 acre (over 26,000 sq. ft.), half a mile from the Pan American Highway, on an asphalted road, surrounded by elegant mansions, which guarantees easy access to electricity, water and internet. It is flanked by 100-year-old trees, rare specimens of "Arbol Panamá", the national tree. If you have ever taken a car drive from Panama City to Coronado, you have inevitably encountered one of them: the lonely giant near Bejuco (Km. 67), the singly most beloved tree of Panama. According to some sources, the country takes its name from this Baobab relative, not the other way around. After you take a brief glance at this wildly beautiful lot, you shall fall in love too and start making plans for the construction of your dream residence. This is yet another MLS (Multiple Listing Service) property, available to private parties as well as properly licensed agents.