Fruit Trees on Riverfront Land
This 1-hectare (2.47-acre) riverfront property has much to offer – almost 100% flat terrain ( = buildable land!), mature fruit trees, river access, gorgeous mountain views, and a mellow farming atmosphere.
Most of the land has sugar cane and corn planted on it, but there is a section about 1600m2 large with a variety of fruit trees – mango, cacao, tangerine, orange, avocado, lemon, and banana. If you want to build, you can easily clear some of the sugar cane or corn to make way for building a house.
There is an irrigation canal on the back side of the property that can be used to water the crops 5 days a week. Electricity, potable water, and fiber optic internet are less than 500 meters away and can easily be hooked up to the property.
Right in front of the property is the Catamayo River where people have fished for catfish and white fish.
The area has many properties dedicated to farming so it’s a very peaceful area. Just a 10-minute walk away is the nearest neighborhood, La Palmira, and Quinara is a 15-minute car ride away.
If you would like to have a much bigger land the property nextdoor is for sale too, please check the listing HERE.
Location: La Palmira, Loja, Ecuador
Property Size: 1 Hectare (2.47 acres)
Population (Quinara): 1,384 inhabitants
Elevation (Quinara): 1,612 m (5288 ft)
Distance to the closest town: Approx. 10 minutes by car
Distance to the Airport (Catamayo): Approx. 1 hour 45 min by car
Distance to Loja: Approx. 1 hour and 20 minutes by car
Annual average rainfall (Quinara): 795 mm (31.29 in)
-Estimated Closing Costs: $2,100
*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.