Located in the town of Susudel approximately half way between the cities of Cuenca and Loja stands this lovely, naturally terraced 13.5-acre (5.5 hectares) farm.
Built in 1986 and renovated in 2016, the 2,422 ft-2 (225 m2) 3 bedroom, 2 bath main home features exposed, locally sourced wood beams, tongue and groove ceilings, polished ceramic tile and crushed stone floors-giving the home the cozy and inviting feel customary of a classic Ecuadorian hacienda.
The use of a Sunken living room allows for the entire home to be on one floor making it accommodating for every member of the family.
A series of out-buildings in close proximity to the home that were not included in the renovation offer a whole host of possibilities-guest homes, garages, housing of livestock are just a few options.
Interested in agriculture? With 3 reservoirs, one at each level of the property connected to an irrigation system the infrastructure is in place to cultivate a variety of crops as well as expand the existing orchard consisting of apple, orange, guava, lemon and Loquat trees.
Assessable via a graded dirt road off the Panamerican highway that leads to the center of town, creates a seemingly natural division of the property that makes it an ideal candidate for subdivision into two or three separate properties.
With some movement of earth the frontage of the property on the Panamerican highway offers additional opportunities to unlock value.
The unique combination of sweeping valley views, accessibility and economic potential place this property in rare air.
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