Serene Mountain Property with 24 Hectares
Welcome to these 24 hectares (59 acres) full of native vegetation in the mountains of San Pedro, a pristine area surrounded by nature and tranquility! Prepare to be met by clean air, diverse fauna, and serenity.
While the land is mostly sloping, there are 3 areas where you can build a house. Going through the land is a hiking path leading to a ravine. Have fun exploring the property and discovering unique lush vegetation every day. You can easily make this property into your own hiking paradise by creating more hiking paths and you could even create meditation spots along the paths.
On the lower border of the property there is riverfront land with a small beach area which can be accessed by two different walking paths descending from above.
The property has private road access that is shared by a handful of property owners on this side of the river. The road begins at the bridge to cross the river where there is an automatic gate with a private code.
It is just a 10-minute drive to San Pedro and then another 5-minute drive to Vilcabamba from there. This is a great location because you are basically in the heart of nature, yet just 10 minutes away from town.
Location: San Pedro de Vilcabamba, Loja, Ecuador
Property Size: 24 hectares (59 acres)
Altitude: 1,820 m (5970 ft)
Population: about 5,000 (Vilcabamba)
Distance to the closest town: 10 minutes by car
Distance to the Airport (Catamayo): 1.45 hours by car
Distance to Loja: 1 hour by car
Annual average rainfall: 770mm (30.3in)
-Estimated Closing Costs: $2,500
* 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.
Nestled under the watchful eye of its mythical mountain protector Mandango, lies world famous Vilcabamba. Located just 45 minutes outside of Loja, with its idyllic climate, stunning natural beauty and mix of pueblo culture and global influence, Vilcabamba offers one of the most unique experiences in the world. Read More >