Beautiful & Private 16-Hectare Property
Located in Tumianuma, about 20 minutes from Vilcabamba is this beautiful and private 16-hectare (39.5-acre) property with a stream and two springs flowing through it, providing near year-round water. It’s essentially your own valley!
This land is ideal for planting fruit orchards and organic vegetable gardens. Bananas, avocados, oranges, guavas, lemons, many root vegetables, and a variety of other fruits and vegetables will thrive here! You can collect water from the streams for irrigation. There is enough land to fence off pastureland for animals to graze.
On the upper part of the property there is a large flat area where you could build a house. There are also a couple of other flat building spots around the property.
The stream at the lower part of the property provides water for approximately 10 months out of the year. There are also two springs that are active during the raining season that join up with the main stream. The natural vegetation around the stream creates a really cool tunnel-like atmosphere and there are also unique boulders in the stream.
In order to have water year-round, you can get a couple of water tanks to fill up in reserve before dry season starts. Additionally, municipal public water can be installed and hooked up. Electricity can also be hooked up.
Because this property is in a rural area with no buildings nearby, it is so private and you will be able to enjoy the tranquil sounds of nature like chirping birds and the wind rustling leaves. The views of the nearby mountains and valley are spectacular!
Currently, this property is a 10-minute walk from a road, which adds to its tranquility. With an investment, you can build a road for vehicle access.
This is a great opportunity to make your homestead dreams come true!
Location: Tumianuma, Ecuador
Property Size: 16 hectares (39.5 acres)
Distance to the closest town: 10 minutes walking
Distance to Vilcabamba: 20 minutes by car
Distance to Airport (Catamayo): Approx. 2 hours by car
Distance to Loja: Approx. 1 hour and 15 minutes by car
*Much of Southern Ecuador experiences a rainy and a dry season. The dry season is approximately June through September, while the rainy season is approximately October through May.