About Greenleaf Real Estate
We create successful results for our clients by offering them the best Service possible. We go out of our way to make sure that you are taken care of from the moment we begin working together.
This selfless commitment to our clients enables our own personal growth, as well as that of our company and community.
Our agents live and work in the areas they represent, so they understand the subtle nuances that define great properties. They listen carefully and make recommendations when appropriate.
In addition to our exceptionally personalized sales service, you'll have access to the same extensive resources we work with, including our network of qualified lawyers, lenders, title companies, architects and construction partners to ensure an enjoyable and seamless process.
Green Leaf is a boutique real estate company located in Dominical, the entrance to the pristine southern pacific zone of Costa Rica. Dominical's unique geography showcases an abundance of virgin rainforest, dramatic ocean views, waterfalls, rivers, unspoiled beaches and overwhelming biodiversity.
Our approach to real estate is equally dynamic – effective yet socially and environmentally responsible. Our business is about fulfilling dreams, creating investment opportunities, building communities and establishing lasting relationships.
Why Green Leaf Realty?
Manuel Antonio the National Park is perhaps the most popular tourist destination in Costa Rica. It is also the most easily accessible. Just a short distance from the capital of San Jose by domestic plane or car, it is only 20 minutes north of Dominical after the completion of the Costenera Coastal road. This area is known for its beautiful beaches, touristy coastal resort towns and fantastic surfing opportunities. Offering visitors a wide selection of activities to enjoy, including sportfishing and sunbathing, undoubtedly, the biggest crowd puller of this area is the wonderful Manuel Antonio National Park.
With its lush dense forestation and stunning shoreline ideal for swimming or bird watching, the Manuel Antonio National Park attracts the highest number of tourists in the country. Manuel Antonio is surrounded by a huge number of hotels and restaurants offering fantastic views of the Pacific Ocean. The national park is home to many endemic species of plant and animal life that you can experience by easy footpath. Nearby sits the town of Manuel Antonio, a good place to use as a base while exploring the park.
When visiting the Manuel Antonio National Park, one of the best and more economical places to stay at is in Quepos, around 7 kilometers away. This rapidly booming tourist town is the sport fishing capital of Costa Rica, with its own small airport and boasting a number of cozy hotels, chic restaurants and an active nightlife.
Now with Quepos/ Manuel Antonio so easy to get to, the residents and tourist in the Ballena Coast area are enjoying the activities, tours, events and restaurants in addition to the multiple services that are already offered.
The pristine rainforests and the rugged natural beauty of the Osa Peninsula make this region among the most beautiful areas in Costa Rica. Declared one of the most biologically intense places on earth by the National Geographic Magazine, the Osa Peninsula along with Drake Bay have today, become the premier eco-tourism destination in the county. The region offer tourists everything from knowledgeable guides for hiking the rainforest, to whale and dolphin watching tours, to simply lying on the beach and relaxing in the sun. The Osa Peninsula is a secluded nature wonderland, playing home to many of the country's rare and endangered animal and bird species including the puma, jaguar, Harpy Eagle and Scarlet Macaw. With a large chunk of the peninsula forming the Corcovado National Park, this area has the single largest expanse of a lowland tropical rainforest in Central America and is one of the tallest rainforests in the world.
A principal town in the General River Valley and reputedly one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in Central America, San Isidro de El General is located 120 km southeast of the capital city San Jose, and 29 km northeast of Dominical in Puntarenas province. A prosperous agricultural town, San Isidro de El General is a key transportation and farming center in the valley, and is the largest town in this region. Lying just a few minutes away from the Pan-American Highway on the slopes of the Talamanca Mountains, this tiny town is a great stopping point for tourists on the way to Quepos, Dominical, the Chirripo National Park, the Parque Nacional Manuel Antonio, or if you are traveling to Panama.