Larry contacted us to show us his gorgeous creation, the Casa Maria. He built this vacation home about four years ago in Costa Rica for less than $60,000.
Including the loft space, the home comes to 764 square feet. It’s built out of cypress wood, and has asphalt roofing. Underneath the neat curved roofline of the house is a carport and laundry room. The main living space is wide-open with couches, a fireplace, kitchenette and pool table. There’s a bedroom and a bathroom, as well.
Enjoy the photo tour of Larry’s wonderful small home!
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Costa Rica Vacation Home for Less Than $60K
There’s a small kitchen area and a pool table.
This is a gorgeous fireplace.
A staircase takes you up to the loft.
View from the loft.
Here’s the entryway.
The ceiling looks like a boat in many ways.
Here’s the house from a nearby mountain.
This is the floorplan for the home.
- The house is 764 square feet livable including the loft.
- One bedroom and one bath.
- Sleeps 6 comfortably with two on the sofas, two on the loft, and two in the bedroom
- It is made of reinforced concrete and concrete block at the lower carport and laundry level
- Upper area framed and sided with cypress, which is a local softwood.
- The roof is asphaltic composition shingles.
- It is in the cool mountains at 7130 feet above sea level.
- The fireplace is a 200-year-old design by Count Rumford.
- It was completed about four years ago at a cost of less than $60,000 USD.
- Built by larrywindes.com.
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