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The Casa Giralda property boasts 15,492 sqft. of land in an area of explosive growth and development in Granadilla, Curridabat. With a broad front to the main street of Granadilla, just 400 meters from Monterán, it is ideal for the development of residential projects or commercial development that would have access to the large influx of people passing through this location.


The property enjoys 180-degree views towards the city and towards the mountains, which adds a particular appeal to turn it into an event center, bar/restaurant, hotel, or even as an equestrian center. The property offers a mixed use permit with availability for high-density residential projects. The residence was originally a mansion and maintains many characteristics that could benefit a new owner with some restoration. Casa Giralda, designed by the architect Luis Bernardo Ortiz, includes a large construction of 2,916 sqft. on four levels with many high-end materials and a robust construction of poured concrete. The main door is located to the east and when you open it, sifted sunlight penetrates the entrance towards the large windows, the arched skylight of the entrance hall, the great social area and a varied collection of objects brought by the previous owner from different parts of the world.

Asking Price: Upon Request


The architecture is versatile and facilitates the inclusion of varied decorative styles and the great dimension of the interior spaces, wide and open to integrate with each other and allow beautiful visual perspectives. The house preserves various floor materials including marble floors, treated concrete, and precious woods.


The house includes service areas and a guardhouse. Casa Giralda was chosen for significant architectural and design publications including Town & Country magazine, “Estilos y Casas”, and has also hosted many social and corporate events. This property is an ideal purchase for residential, commercial, or mixed-use development with great views in the sought-after area of Granadilla, Curridabat.

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