Rustic Property with ecotourism potential
Area: 59.40 hectares or 146.80 acres
Very near San Salvador City, El Salvador.
Price: $475,000 (Four hundred seventy five thousand dollars)
Description of the property: - from 1,250 meters above sea level to 750 metros.
-Cool climate with pure fresh mountain air.- 35 minutes from San Salvador, 25 minutes from Las Palmas mall and 10 minutes from Comasagua.-Inserted In the Mesoamerican Biological Corridor, section Cordillera del Balsamo and the microregion of the balm.-30 minutes from Jayaque, tourist center of the Balm Mountain Range with the tradition of cumpas and 35 minutes from the FURESA zoo.- 40 minutes from Sunzal via Tamanique, and soon 20 minutes from San Blas Beach, once Comasagua-San Blas is paved with funds from the second compact from the Millennium Challenge Corporation FOMILENIO II (2016).-Immediate to tourism projects in operation - With several flat areas ready to build hotel and cottages in Casco plan area, with access to water arriving by gravity and septic tank.-With a hill of 62.17 acres with secondary forest and spectacular views, with about 6.91 acres of flat property and a similar area ready for construction with piles, usable for low-impact tourism project, and agricultural project.
- With six water springs (3 of them working all year long). One of them pours into a stone canyon 10 meters and 3 meters wide, culminating in a waterfall which in turn falls into a natural pool surrounded by tree ferns.-With cliff 300 meters wide and 50 meters high average hight which is suitable for rappelling.- Super fertile land for any crop, with deep organic soils.
- With strong ecotourism potential because of its rich biodiversity:* 110 bird species identified by Dr. Oliver Komar, out of 550 El Salvador estimated for all species. Among the birds identified there are Buffy-crowned Wood-Partridge, Rufous-necked Wood-Rail, Greater and Lesser Swallow-tailed Swifts, Rufous Sabrewing, Canivet's Emerald, Lineated Woodpecker, Paltry Tyrannulet, Long-billed Gnatwren, Orange-billed Nightingale Thrush, Red-legged Honeycreeper, White-winged Tanager, White-eared and Prevost's Ground Sparrows, and Bar-winged Oriole.
In the property the London Museum of Natural History found a new species of wasp for the science.
It was also found the Black-eyed Leaf Frog Agalychnis moreletii (Dumeril 1853), which is considered to be globally in critical extinction (IUCN Red List)and is considered threatened at the national level .
And it was found a new species of cedar for the science which was also found in other 10 sites in El Salvador, by the London Museum of Natural History by Alex Monroe, Cedrella monroensis. A research by the Natural History Museum of Kansas University on reptiles and amphibians found iin the land an endemic species of reptiles: celoporus malachiticus .
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