Always Wanted to Retire and Own Some Land?

Income Producing Organic Cacao Farm and New Home

Everyone’s dream:  Owning a piece of land and living in the peace and quiet of the countryside, while having a cash crop producing extra income for you.  Well, dream no more.

Casa de Bucay is a 20-hectare cacao farm (50 acres). There are 12 hectares under cultivation, 8 for expansion. The farm harvests three times a year producing around 1,400 kilos of cacao beans. 

The farm is located three hours from Cuenca and a little over one hour from Guayaquil. It can be reached via a new four-lane paved road.

In addition to the cacao trees, there are also lots of fruit trees like zapote, papaya, orange, tangerine, banana, and lemon.  Plus, vegetables like yuca, verde, and platano maduro. The farm has its own river water supply for irrigation. The sale includes equipment necessary to operate the farm and a 2-story building with guest quarters.

The sale also includes a new, large (2,000 sq. ft.) fully furnished brick home. This 2-story brick house has a living room, master bedroom and bath, and a large kitchen on the first floor.  Also, downstairs is a maid’s quarters with its own entrance, bathroom and kitchenette. Upstairs are 4 bedrooms, a family room and a bath.  And, there is a large L-shaped terrace to enjoy morning coffee or evening cocktails.  The home has gas and electricity. The home also has WIFI, a security system and hot water (normally not found in houses on the coast).

Ecuador has a reputation for producing the best cacao in the world.  Ecuadorian cacao is always in demand. Be a part of this growth market.

The sales price is $450k; owner financing is available to qualified buyers.

For more information on Casa de Bucay contact: Ashley Rogers.
Winner “Best Real Estate Agent” from Gringo Post: 2018, 2019, 2020,  2021, 2022, and 2023
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Edward Lindquist

Ed Lindquist is the Managing Partner of the Expats Magazines Group, the largest English-language magazine publishers in Ecuador. Ed has lived in Ecuador for 8 1/2 years and calls the beautiful city of Cuenca his adopted home.

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