Tucked away amongst rough cut mountains and rolling hills of Southern Azuay province, you find this you’ll find this private, yet easily accessible 2-hectare (5 acre) farm.
Loaded with multiple varieties of avocado and banana trees, orange, lime, raspberry and black walnut, all in production, as well as recently planted coffee trees, much of the cultivation and landscaping on the farm are already in place.
Two sources of irrigation water (including a stream that runs along on of the property lines as well a reservoir ensure that existing cultivation can thrive.
Commercial agriculture and/or homesteading are both possibilities.
The current owner previously housed up to 2,000 chickens in facilities onsite, a business which generated more than enough revenue to cover both business and living expenses.
At the farm, you are within walking distance or several hiking trails, which are suitable for horse riding as well as Río León- the preferred fishing spot for many locals.
Between the two rustic but livable structures on the property there are a total of 5 bedroom 2 bathrooms.
A Temperate climate, amazing, 360 degree, mountain views, fertile land plenty of water for irrigation and accessibility are just some of the feature that make this property stand out.
Although just a ¼ mile off of the Pan-American Highway, the topography of the property is such that you can see out while others cannot see in.
Situated approximately half way the cities of Cuenca and Loja (an 1 hour and 30 minutes in either direction) the location allows easy access to cultural activities and entertainment.
For basis necessities, the towns of Susudel in Oña can be reached in 15 minutes or less.