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Ecolodge Restaurant Bar & Organic Farm For Sale in Isla De Ometepe, Nicaragua
12-Room Eco-Lodge On 15.5ACRES + Restaurant, Bar, Pool, Farm
Asking Price: $699,000 USD (Negotiable)
As featured in British Vogue, Vogue Living Australia, Vogue Mexico and Vogue Paris in their October 2019 Travel Guide to Nicaragua editions and the UK's Telegraph as their recommended hotel on Isla de Ometepe!
PRICE REDUCED!!! This top ranked and incredibly beautiful eco-lodge with a 10-year proven track record is priced at close to $300,000 below current market value. Located in a UNESCO Island Biosphere Reserve and perched on the slopes of a dormant volcano cloud forest at 200meters elevation, the property features jaw-dropping views of an active volcano and Lake Nicaragua – the world’s 19th largest fresh water lake.
This turn-key sale includes over 1300m2 of construction including 12-guest rooms/cabins, a 24-seat restaurant, bar, reception, guest lounge, swimming pool, utilities buildings, organic farm, 4WD vehicle, maintenance buildings and all operating inventory including furniture and appliances. Furthermore there is 15.5acres of rich organic land, 500meters of private double-banded cement road and a hardy renewable energy system using solar and wind energy and producing on average over 30,000watts per day. There is also a back-up generator for overcast periods.
The property is located on the edge of Balgue, a tourist hub on the magical island of Ometepe – one of Nicaragua’s national treasures and featuring two volcanoes joined by a sandy isthmus. From the air the island is shaped like a figure ‘8’. The island is famous for its peaceful idyllic lifestyle and is a natural wonderland offering visitors a plethora of adventure activities including volcano hiking, kayaking wetlands, visiting pristine waterfalls, swimming in refreshing crystalline volcanic springs offering medicinal value equal to that of thermal springs, horse riding along volcanic sand beaches or through the jungle where you can see howler monkeys. The island also has a rich cultural indigenous history and is home to thousands of pre-Columbian petroglyphs scattered across the island and bordering the property are shade-grown organic coffee plantations.
Operationally the businesses enjoys an internationally recognized brand, has excellent on-line presence and a comprehensive network of tour operator affiliations. Income has been affected since April 2018 but occupancy rates are now slowly returning to previous levels. This is an excellent opportunity for a new dedicated owners and involved owners to make this star shine.