Pino Alto is located in the mountains of Boquete, a small town in the Chiriquí province of Panama, next to a river canyon on one side and an equestrian club on the other.
The project consists of three phases, A, B and C, all ground floor and three upper.
It will have a social area with a restaurant, terraces, reading and coffee rooms, areas for “firepits”, swimming pools and a gazebo.
The first phase consists of 34 furnished and equipped units
100m2 – fully furnished turnkey $332,500
105m2- Turnkey fully furnished $367,500
149m2- fully furnished turnkey $521,500
First phase ready in 2026
First Phase 34 units
The 95, 98, 100 and 107 m2 apartments are distributed in a dining room, open kitchen, balcony, laundry room, two bedrooms and two bathrooms.
The 145 m2 model is developed on two floors with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Fully furnished.
* Reading room and coffee
The newspaper “The New York Times” has selected the Boquete district as one of the 52 most outstanding places in the world to visit in 2023.
Ranging between the densest deserts of Africa and the koala-laden forests of Australia, the district of Boquete, in the Chiriquí highlands, occupies an honored place worldwide, as a true hidden gem. This has been highlighted by The New York Times in its article “52 Places for Travelers to Visit in 2023” which lists some of the most exciting destinations for every traveler.
Known for its perfect climate, lush forest, beautiful mountain views, and the best coffee in the world, Boquete is Panama’s top destination for anyone looking for a fabulous retreat, second home, or place to live surrounded by natural beauty. .
Boquete’s temperate climate has earned it the name of “the land of eternal spring”. With year-round daytime temperatures between 26 to 28 degrees Celsius (80 degrees Fahrenheit) and nighttime temperatures 20 to 23 degrees Celsius (70 Fahrenheit), the weather here is never a concern. This ideal climate is one of the reasons why more than 2,000 international residents call Boquete “home”.
The cost of living is reasonable by most standards and many foods such as tropical fruits, locally grown vegetables, a variety of seafood, and farm-raised pork and chicken are far less expensive than those found in the United States. , Canada and Europe. Taxes are low; insurance (auto, home and health) is affordable and energy bills are a fraction of what you probably spend now.