El Espino, Panama
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C1805-181 261 m2 4 Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms 3 Parking 2012 Year Built background Layer 1 8995 m2

House and guesthouse with large land of almost one hectare, completely unobstructed views of the hills and the ocean in the distance.

Here is a superb house with 2 large bedrooms and swimming pool, plus a guesthouse with 2 others bedrooms, built in 2012 on a beautiful landscaped land of 9,000 square meters.

In the village of El Espino, a few kilometers from San Carlos, Coronado and the beautiful beaches of the Pacific, on the road to El Valle de Antón, this superb house is located on a small hill, in a very quiet environment consisting of only 3 houses.

The main house covers an area of ​​185 square meters, and is composed as follows:

  • Large living room – Dining room.
  • Open kitchen, fitted and equipped, with a comfortable central work surface.
  • Two large bedrooms, each with dressing room and private bathroom.
  • A guest restroom.
  • Large terrace with lounge area and dining table.
  • Swimming pool with a slight slope for reduced mobility persons.
  • 30 square meters gazebo with barbecue and relaxation area.
  • Garage and garden shed.

The guesthouse, ideal for family, friends, or rental income, with an area of ​​56 square meters, consists of two independent units, like studio, each one including:

  • Living room – bedroom.
  • Fitted and equipped kitchen.
  • Full bathroom.
  • 20 square meters large common terrace with small outdoor lounge, dining area and barbecue.

The large plot of 9,000 square meters offers a beautiful space around the house. The views are clear to the ocean. A personal well provides water all year round, very practical and economical for the pool and garden maintenance.

This beautiful house and its guesthouse will seduce you with their volumes, their friendly distribution and their excellent general condition, but also and above all for the calm and serenity of the place.

In addition, this property has a property tax exemption for another 13 years, until 2032.



The Valley of Antón is a town located in the northeastern area of ​​the corregimiento of the same name, in the province of Coclé, Panama. It is a tourist country village of 7,602 inhabitants (2000 Census) in the province of Coclé, Panama.

According to geologists, El Valle is a crater or caldera of a volcano, which is why in its surroundings it is limited to the north by Cerro Pajita, Gaital and Cara Coral with heights of 1,000 meters above sea level, to the south of Cerro Cara Iguana and Cerro Guacamaya (Cerro la Huaca) with 800 meters above sea level; to the west India Dormida; and to the east Cerro Tagua with 800 meters above sea level.

The Valley has a main road, called Central Avenue or Central Street, which runs East-West through the town. An important point is the Sunday public market, which is visited by Panamanians who live in the region. The Valley has a small museum, as well as a small zoo and a serpentarium, and a garden that exhibits 100 species of orchids of the locality.

The town is a popular weekend getaway for residents of Panama City. Popular activities in the area include camping in established areas, 3 walking, and horseback riding.

The town is 27 kilometers from the Interamerican highway along a two-lane road. Buses to Panama City are frequent and take approximately 2 hours. To reach other locations in Panama, it is usually necessary to take a bus at the Albrook terminal that will take you for $ 4.25 to this beautiful place.

Due to its elevation around 600 meters above sea level it has a less warm climate than in the coastal lands. Natural attractions near El Valle include the El Macho waterfall, a group of small thermal pools, a zoological garden called “El Nispero” that includes collections of anuran amphibians. The area around the city is also known to be one of the habitats of the Panamanian golden frog, endemic species in danger of extinction. Some of the forests around the city are protected areas. The Valley is also known as the place of the Sleeping India, name given to the shape of a mountain, because it presents the shape of the figure of a woman lying on her back and some writers consider it as a sanctuary for meditation.