Playa El Rompio, Santa Ana, Los Santos, Panama
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C2104-191 259 m2 4 Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms 1 Parking 2010 Year Built background Layer 1 259 m2

4 bedrooms duplex villa with large terraces and ocean views.

Located 100 meters from the ocean and the beautiful beach of El Rompío, with its fishermen and typical restaurants, this 4 bedrooms duplex villa of 259 square meters is in the heart of a beautiful residence with swimming pool.

Built on two levels, it is composed as follows:

On the ground floor:

  • Entrance
  • Large living-dining room with terrace and garden access,
  • Nice kitchen, fully furnished and equipped,
  • Separate WC with basin,
  • Large covered terrace with dining area, barbecue, and open view
  • Laundry,
  • Small interior courtyard,
  • Maid’s quarter with complete bathroom,
  • Plenty of storage,
  • Covered parking.

Second floor:

  • Three large bedrooms, each one with private bathroom,
  • Spacious terrace and balcony with open sea view
  • Large closets in each room

The complex “Los Jardines del Rompio” is a small, very friendly residence of about thirty houses, built by a Canadian and mostly occupied by Canadian and North American expatriates. The residence has a large swimming pool with sunbeds and huts, and beautiful green areas, very well maintained. It is located just 20 minutes from Chitre, a large and expanding city that has its own airport with 2 direct flights a day Panama, many good restaurants, several department stores and supermarkets (Riba Smith, Rey, Super 99, Machetazo, Novey, Do It Center, Tick, and Car Dealers for all brands), hospitals and clinics (public or private), craft shops, museums and historic centers, golf courses, movie theater and much more…

Chitré is the capital or head district of the Panamanian province of Herrera. It is located in the northeast of the Azuero peninsula and has, according to the 2010 census data, 9,092 inhabitants, 1 occupying the thirteenth position among the most populated municipalities of Panama and the first of the Azuero peninsula district has a population of 50.6843 and metro of 80.096 approx.

It is known as “The city that grows alone” and “The city where no one is a stranger.” The district of the same name is divided into five districts: San Juan Bautista, Llano Bonito, Monagrillo, La Arena and Chitré (head township). The National Avenue, the main communication hub of the province of Herrera and Los Santos, connects Chitré to the Pan-American Highway in the town of Divisa.

It preserves in its old town a historical group composed of houses, churches, squares, avenues and parks, together with an important museum heritage. Among the cultural events that are celebrated include the Holy Week of Chitré, the festivities of the patron saint, San Juan Bautista, and Carnival.