Farms Matiguas | sale | Villa with coffee and cattle in the mountains of Quirragua. : USD 80000.00

Matiguas | Villa with coffee and cattle in the mountains of Quirragua.

 

Date Added: 05/07/2014 9:52 pm

Category: Farms

Coffee and cattle farm in the mountains of Quirragua.Property Information

Location: Matiguas

Price $80,000.00

Price/m2 of land $0.11

Construction size m2 0

Lot Size in m2 700000

Description

Villa 100 mzs. in the mountains of Quirragua, Matiguás Township, Matagalpa at 1100 meters. 13 mzs. coffee, suitable for cacao, vegetables (potatoes, cabbage, cucumbers, beets, bell pepper, tomato, strawberry, grape, chia, cardamom, etc..) with plenty of wood for buildings: red, black and yellow granadilla, arene, guava Tiger nancitón, oak, etc.. abundant water (2 rivers and natural water unpolluted born on the property, I improved pasture. brizanta and Pará Caribbean temperature 20 ° minimum Celsius and 28 ° ideal for tourist and ecological vocation weather conditions Maximum Celsius Great for Brown-Swiss cattle, high yield Holstein milk.. 80% is mountain, 20% for agriculture Contains large house, corral, benefit, galley, coffee variety is Catimor, is not affected by rust and is the type cherry is ripe but not falling off the plant, so your chance to get something valuable especially for water at a spectacular price,. proper documents, the bank purchased property, to order their registration history.

via Farms Matiguas | sale | Villa with coffee and cattle in the mountains of Quirragua. : USD 80000.00.

Note to the reader: Farmstay El Porton Verde has nothing to do with this property.

What is the deal with this property?

I have found it on the Internet on a Spanish-language website and it looks like a great property! If you want to get in the coffee-growing business in a gorgeous area with two rivers and a natural spring this might be worth investigating. The water alone is very valuable, especially if you are considering a bug out location (BOL) or a survival retreat in a good climate with income.

Coffee as an Income-Producer

The coffee business has taken a big hit due to a plague that effects some varieties. According to the seller, this coffee hacienda has a variety not affected by the roya disease.

Other possible sources of Income

This also could be a great eco-tourism property too.

If you want more information and don’t speak Spanish

If you do have the cash and are serious about a setup like this, let me know and I can make inquiries for you.

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Best Cities to Live in Nicaragua

What are the Best Places to Live in Nicaragua?

There are many fine towns and a few real cities to choose from when deciding where to live in Nicaragua. Some of the factors influencing whether one town or city works best for your personal situation are:

  • lifestyle preferences
  • Spanish-speaking abilities
  • financial situation
  • personal health
  • desires to live with or without other expatriates
  • weather
  • transportation
  • amenities

There are many more factors in addition to those named above. We’ll tackle this topic on a broad level now and in further posts will break it down into some detail. If you have enjoyed this post, please comment below and encourage me to continue with this series!

Let’s get started with some broad strokes as to what whould be the best Nicaraguan city for you to live in.

Do you want to live in a city, town, village, or? Would you enjoy being in the center of the pueblo just a couple of streets off of the plaza? Or, do you prefer living a few minutes drive or bus away from the downtown? As with all things, there are pluses and minuses to each of these options and you need to find out for yourself what is best for you.

What about your Spanish-language skills? If you already have a fairly good handle on Spanish, then you are likely much more open to living wherever you want to in Nicaragua. Folks with limited Spanish and little-to-no ability to learn the language will probably be best suited to live in an area with a large existing expat community where you can speak English most everywhere you go.

Are finances a major consideration? If living on a fixed budget, even though your money goes much further in Nicaragua, you will still need to watch your spending habits and keep a reserve handy in case. Obviously, if you have a much more comfortable financial situation, then you can forego thinking about strategizing on money-saving schemes and live you life as you desire.

What about your health? Your age? Anything requiring regular checkups, medical specialists, tests and exams? That will affect your decisions too. Excellent health care is available in Nicaragua, but is not evenly distributed throughout the country. For the most part, Managua is where the best doctors and hospitals are located.

Do you prefer to live in a real Nicaraguan community or one with a sizeable expat population? Some people, usually those with limited Spanish skills, find themselves drawn to expat communities, of which there are not a lot to choose from in Nicaragua. Do you want to join the Kiwanas club or the American Legion? If that is the sort of social life you envision then your options are limited as regards Nicaragua. Or, do you want to live as completely as possible with Nicaraguans in a Spanish-speaking community? This question also speaks to your needs for a social life. Some folks are just fine by themselves or the occasional meetup with friends, and some are real “joiners” that want to be part of every bridge club, charity event, volunteering at the schools, hospitals, orphanages, etc. Which are you?

Weather is another important consideration. Luckily, in Nicaragua one can choose what kind of weather they like. Warm and hot is the norm here, but there are mountainous areas that are great for that “perpetual spring” climate. As you get to live here awhile, a slight change in temperature can make the difference between sweating and being miserable or quite comfortable.

Transportation is important too. It is not too difficult to live without a car in Nicaragua and in some places it offers a distinct advantage to not drive! Buses and taxis are usually very available and mostly inexpensive. Driving here has its challenges, but of course offers freedom of movement that relying on public transportation just does not offer.

Finally, what amenities are important to you? For example, are you a shopaholic? There aren’t too many shopping malls in Nicaragua and most of them are in Managua. Are first-run movies in brand-new theaters your thing? Again, the capital has those but are not very well distributed outside of Managua. What about nightlife? Culture? Art? Poetry? Live music? A variety of different types of restaurants? I always recommend you be clear with yourself that if you feel you need these amenities, don’t go moving out to the coast where it takes an hour or two to find some of these things. Be real with yourself and admit you like eating sushi and seeing a musical play live once in a while!

Okay, that is the end of this edition. I plan on writing more of these and going into further detail on each and every consideration to help make your move to Nicaragua a good one! Please share, Like, or comment!

The Retirees and the Volcano (Nicaragua) | Retirement and Good Living

The Retirees and the Volcano (Nicaragua) | Retirement and Good Living.

Tuesday, October 22nd, 2013   10:25 am |  Category:   Retirement locations   
Author:     bio

My husband and I retired to Ometepe Island, Nicaragua in 2010. We have an enormous fresh water lake, Lake Cocibolca, in our front yard and an active volcano, Vulcan Concepcion, in our back yard. Most of our family thought we were crazy to move to Nicaragua. “Isn’t there a war going on over there?” they would ask. “What will you do if the volcano erupts?”

Retire in Ometepe Island, NicaraguaActually, we never gave much thought to the volcano erupting because we bought a kayak and we figured we could escape easily by paddling rapidly across the lake. You see, we are risk takers. We always have been…and probably always will be. We chose Nicaragua after we delivered school supplies to an impoverished school in Granada, Nicaragua. The people sold us immediately on their vivacious culture, their generosity, and their simplistic living.

Nicely written short story from Debbie Goehring about her and her husband’s life on Ometepe Island. Three years in and they are starting to really get the hang of it, it appears to me. Bravo!

The Nicaragua Lifestyle Conference

The Nicaragua Lifestyle Conference

The Nicaragua Lifestyle Conference is a jammed packed information day for retirees, entrepreneurs, investors, – expats and future expats, all of those, in fact, considering Nicaragua as a relocation destination.

 

The Nicaragua Lifestyle Conference taking place May 15, 2013 in Managua is designed with these people in mind.

It can be one of the biggest decisions in your life – to move offshore, (immigrate) to another country. Some have done it all blindly and met up with complications and roadblocks, twists and turns along the way making it a very bumpy road, indeed. However, there is an easier way of doing things. Learn from the experts to to navigate the path to relocate your business and your life.

The Nicaragua Lifestyle Conference will educate you. Learn from others who have done the thing you have now decided to do with your life. Our featured presenters will show you the ropes. Residency, immigration, legal issues, title insurance, healthcare. Whatever your reason to leave, whether for a need to get back to basics, escape the rat race, seek healthcare that is excellent and reasonbly priced, economic factors, or just an extreme dislike of winter weather, this is one conference you should not miss.

Featured Speakers:

  • Mike Cobb, CEO and Chairman of ECI Development
  • Sergio Corrales, Attorney and Managing Partner at Garcia & Bodan (G&B)
  • Chale Espinosa, Real Estate Investment
  • Maria Amanda Hurtado, of Title Coordination Services (TCS)
  • Arlen Pérez, Metropolitano Vivian Pellas Hospital in Managua

Read more about who’s presenting at the Conference here.

When: May 15, 2013

Where: Hotel Contempo, Managua, Nicaragua

Price:
$69 per person – in advance.
$75 per person at the door.  Lunch is included

The Nicaragua Lifestyle Conference is a great opportunity to network with business professionals and expats in Nicaragua. Make some new contacts and friends, build your network. Find out what you need to know – before you take that giant step forward.

Sign Up Here





6 manzana farm in Concepcion Masaya

6 manzana farm in Concepcion Masaya.

Six manzanas of land, temperate climate ranges 25 C to 29 C throughout the year. Soil perfect for growing pineapple, citrus, coffee, banana, pitahiya. Installed, water services, electricity. A 40 km from Managua. Property located at about 450 meters above sea level.

permaculture alternative spring break | Lost Valley Educational Center & Community

permaculture alternative spring break | Lost Valley Educational Center & Community.

Permaculture Alternative Spring Break in Nicaragua

Pick one (or more) of three separate one-week sessions at our sister site:

March 2-9, 2013 (Week 1)

March 9-16, 2013 (Week 2)

March 16-23, 2013 (Week 3)

Lost Valley and our partner community Hijos del Maiz in northern Nicaragua are pleased to announce our joint courses this March.  There will be three one-week programs focused on permaculture in theory and action, in this special communal setting.  Escape the cold/rain/snow to experience a week (or more!) of life in the warm and dry 200-person former co-operative community of El Lagartillo, and with its proactive association (Hijos del Maiz) leading the village in ecological, social, and economic improvements. Stay with an experienced homestay family, study permaculture 4 hours per day, work on an implementation project 2 hours per day, and receive 2 hours per day of individual Spanish lessons from an experienced language instructor. Permaculture instruction will focus on both physical systems (water, food production, etc.) and social systems (managing conflict, etc.), and will tie into the hands-on project(s).  During our Program Director’s visit there in March 2012, the community was constructing its first dry-season vegetable garden, and has plans for many other projects (seethis articleabout that visit).  The permaculture instructors will be be partly from Lost Valley and partly from the community, which has a number of members who have completed Permaculture Design Certificate courses and wants to move more in this direction.  There will also be emphasis put on the unique history of this Sandinista community from the early 1980′s through tragic and challenging times to the stepwise flourishing of recent years.  It is a special group of people, and you will get to know them during your time there.

Students will fly into the international airport in Managua (airfare not included in tuition), andbe taken care of from there, spending a night nearby and being driven to El Lagartillo the next day.  Students will haveall meals and accommodation provided by their host family, then transported back to the airport at the end of their week.  There will be a select number of community members in the course as well, to build up local knowledge and experience, and translators will be provided as needed.  There will be optional outings to nearby places of note, plus time to relax if you desire (because, after all, you’re on vacation!).

This experience will be far more than an international service trip that one might partake in through a different organization, as ours is also a course in permaculture and includes two hours per day of semi-private Spanish lessons by instructors who do this for a living.  These three focus areas will be connected so as to create an integrated thematic experience (if the student chooses; language sessions are extremely flexible as to focus).  There is also an element of powerful local history and social justice, which can flow into discussions of social permaculture.  The combination of permaculture instruction, related service project, language learning, and community living – all in the warm, dry tropics – is a unique offering.

I am excited to learn about these tour dates that have been organized by a place up in Oregon (looks like it is not too far from Eugene) for folks to come down to Nicaragua and live/work on a permaculture farm, living with local families, etc. Overall, it sounds like a great program.

This is a venture with the local Nicaraguan group, Hijos del Maiz. Very much encourage you to check it out! I want to learn more about Hijos del Maiz and will post more as I learn more.

Houses / Homes in San Marcos / Nicaragua | For Sale | beautiful house. beautiful weather a 25 minutes of Managua : 3 rooms, 0 m2, USD 150000.00

Houses / Homes in San Marcos / Nicaragua | For Sale | beautiful house. beautiful weather a 25 minutes of Managua : 3 rooms, 0 m2, USD 150000.00.

beautiful house. beautiful weather  a 25 minutes of Managua

Property Information

Location: San Marcos
Address of Property 1 km de las esquinas a san marcos
Price $150,000.00
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 3
Square Meters 0
Lot Size 0
Stories 1
Parking 2
Benefits Near Traffic, Roofed Parking, Maids Quarters, Party Room, Garden or Park, Air Conditioner, Patio, Social Area

Description

looking for retirement this the house you need garden 3 bedrooms + maid room 3bat apartment separate from main house for guests, room for family events room for security

This is a great area in the Pueblos Blancos, near enough to Managua for your health care, shopping, and entertainment needs, but out in the country with a nice environment. Could this be your San Marcos dream retirement home? Come down and check it out!

Farms Nandaime | venta | Beautiful Farm : USD 200000.00

Farms Nandaime | venta | Beautiful Farm : USD 200000.00.Beautiful FarmBeautiful Farm

Property Information

Location: Nandaime
Price $200,000.00
Price/sq meter $7,142.85
Size 28 Manzanas
Lot Size 28 Manzanas
Rooms 3
Bathrooms 2
Benefits Near School, Mountain View, Plane, Water system, Electrïcity, Easy Acces

Description

Farm of 28 acres of land with 2 story home with 3 bedrooms, swimming pool, changing rooms for swimming, BB area, parking for vehicles under cover, water well.

This is a handsome property located in Nandaime, a few kilometers from Granada. As an example of a decent-sized farm with a nice house, swimming pool, and a location about 25 kilometers from the city of Granada, this one might work for you!