Los Nances is a development of large building sites near Boquete and a short ride from downtown. Located just over the river and up the hill a bit from the Caldera district of Boquete, the pretty home sites provide a slightly warmer alternative for those who find Boquete nights a bit chilly for their preference.
The development has been cared for from inception. The development totals 14 lots. Each lot has been purposely cleared with future plans for villas. Lanes with lamp-posts have been installed and roads placed, all with precision. The development is spacious; there are trees placed with wild purpose and an expansive 3.4 km wall encompasses the development and divides the lots. There is no shortage of privacy or character at Los Nances.
Los Nances is lovingly located on 12 Hectares in Alto Boquete and is a result of the capable visionaries in charge. Their past experience with similar developments all around the world is obvious, and reflects itself in the value provided.
12 of the 14 lots have been sold, 3 thereof have houses built on them. One can, but need not, be bought (unfurnished) from the developers. It is 260 m2 large, and very carefully built with best materials. The home has a great open design giving one amazing views of the surrounding mountains and Pacific ocean from every room in the home. The kitchen has been done in granite countertops and solid wood cabinets. There are high ceilings in the living room and Spanish clay tile on the roof. There is a large outdoor terrace for relaxing and enjoying nature.
The price of the two remaining lots is $ 40,000 for just under hectare each, the house and lot alone is $280,000.
The development provides views of the Pacific Ocean and Volcán Barú. It was chosen for its perfect retirement setting. It is nestled in the fauna of lush hills which Boquete provides, but also only 15 minutes away from the town of Boquete and 20 minutes away from the city of David. The town of Boquete offers all your daily shopping needs, whereas David provides a wider range of professional services.
Boquete is a small town on the Caldera River, in the green mountain highlands of Panama, in western-most Chiriquí Province, about 60 km. from the border with Costa Rica. Because of its altitude, some 1,200 meters above sea level, its climate is cooler than that of the lowlands. Its scenic location, temperature, and natural environment make it extremely popular with Panamanians, and attracts tourists from all over the world.
Boquete boasts a very lively music and arts scene. The annual Boquete Jazz Festival was founded in 2007 being the second largest jazz festival in the country after the Panama City Jazz Festival. Having been renamed Boquete Jazz & Blues Festival the 2012 festival will take place on the first weekend of March 2012.
Some of its landmarks include nearby Volcán Barú, a dormant volcano and, at 3,475 meters, the tallest point of land in Panama. Hikers enjoy a relatively easy hike up and over the volcano, along the Sendero de los Quetzales, which runs from Boquete up to Cerro Punta and Volcán, on the other side of the volcano. Boquete is well known for its coffee, judged to be among the finest in the world. The Caldera River runs through the town, a river that has shaped much of its form.