What a great price on this architecturally-designed 8-bedroom beach house in San Clemente, built in 2006 by an award-winning Cuenca architect and located in the popular fishing village and Ecuadorian hideaway, San Clemente.
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This triplex, tri-level find is 4,014 square feet with a 2,906 square foot terrace and is located on a 270 square meter lot one block from the beach. This oceanside delight has magnificent ocean views, 3 baths, and parking for six cars.
The concrete and wood structure with a fabulous covered outdoor deck has a kitchen that features a white glass stove, tile counters, a pantry and a large stainless steel refrigerator — all included in the purchase price.
The bedrooms are equipped with beds of all sizes to accommodate you and your family or a bunch of friends. With the number of sleeping places found here, this beach house could also be turned into a profitable B&B or Airbnb property.
The open concept living area has an indoor-outdoor feel, with the living and dining rooms flowing together and into the kitchen equipped with an eat-in bar. The main living area flows out onto the decks. Wood beamed ceilings and seaside wooden shutters contribute to this house having a real beach feel. Just hang your hammock and vacation has started!
San Clemente, in the Manabi Province, is known for its picturesque beaches, its quaint little fishing villages, and Machalilla National Park and preserve that features fog forests, dry forests, small islands, two bigger islands, and the Isla de la Planta where you can find Ecuador’s famed Blue Boobies.
The province of Manabi, Ecuador, contains a number of popular beaches, such as Puerto Lopez, Los Frailes, Puerto Rico, Canoa, and Puerto Cayo. There’s also the bustling city of Manta one hour away and the town of Bahia de Caraquez which has established itself as a successful eco-city.
San Clemente is a refreshing break from some of the more overcrowded tourist areas like Salinas, Manta, and Montanita, yet still offers the activities and pleasures that these bigger cities have including surfing, wind-kite surfing, parasailing, sailing, hiking, bike-riding, and bird watching
This large oceanside beach house with views is listed at $160,000.