Single Family Home
Ocean (blue), River, Mountain, Jungle, Farm
Green, Off-Grid, Pre-construction
Big Sky Ranch | Adventure Inspired Living for Horse Lovers and Life Enthusiasts in San Juan del Sur Big Sky Ranch is a 320 acre masterplanned mindful horse community just 10 km south of San Juan del Sur. With rolling grassy plains, a natural forest border and a gentle sloping ridge which features a commanding view of the Pacific Ocean, Big Sky Ranch is the ultimate escape. Rest or adventure. Safari on horseback, or romance by the seaside. Whether you’ve dreamed of a storybook second home or a re-imagined tropical country life with pristine rural views and contemporary comforts, this opportunity is worth checking out on horseback. Click the “Contact Seller” button at the top to set that up. The Property There’s a limited selection of homestead lots perfectly positioned between Rancho Chilamate and the frequently photographed sandy beach of Playa Escamequita. The lots range in size between 1/2 and 3 acres for the horse lovers that crave extra space for grazing. Each homestead lot is shaped by the natural landscape. Property boundaries were thoughtfully crafted to outline and protect precious ancient Guanacaste trees, evergreen palms and the life giving Escamequita River. Big Sky’s seductive home renderings highlight the beauty of the nature that surround it. There are two and three-bedroom custom build out options for every homestead: The two-bedroom option includes 5,000 SF of internal and external living space, a full kitchen, living room, dining area, laundry room, storage closet, exterior car space, wireless wifi and an outdoor courtyard that invites nature in. Each 350 SF bedroom also has an ensuite bathroom. The three-bedroom option includes 6,000 SF of combined living space, plus an additional bedroom with an ensuite bathroom. True to the theme, all luxury estate homes are crafted from sustainably harvested local hardwoods, stone, detailed metalwork and carefully designed lifestyle features. Private road access will be provided to the lots. Water is provided to the lot line. Solar packages are provided for each home built. Owners also receive first option on stable space for up to 2 horses in the on-site boarding program which includes training and grooming. The Stables Currently under construction and ready for August 2017. They will serve Big Sky homeowners as well as the new home for Rancho Chilamate The Lodge The property will be anchored by a low density African safari style luxury lodge overlooking the savannah. The luxury lodge will consist of 20 hotel rooms, a full service concierge, an on site restaurant, and an infinity pool with a commanding view of the Pacific Ocean stretching out to Costa Rica’s Nicoya Peninsula. Each hotel room will be decorated with a carefully selected collection of art and colonial antiques. Hotel staff will also be available to homeowners for laundry service, house cleaning and maintenance. The hotel’s target opening date Christmas 2020. Community Features In addition to the luxury lodge and stables, the master plan for Big Sky Ranch a saloon style cowboy bar, a nature reserve to benefit from planned reforestation, and a community center with a nursery for local food production, plus the construction of Escamequita’s first public high-school. Please click the “Contact Seller” button at the top of the page to ask any questions and get more details.
Club house, Community Pool, Shared Common Area, Community Bar/Restaurant, Horseback Riding, Beach Access, Controlled Access
An African-Inspire Lodge is currently in design stages with a planned opening December 2020. Watch for the Equestrian Center, Saloon Cowboy Bar and Model Home coming soon.
- Homeowners receive first option on stable space for up to 2 horses in the on-site boarding program which includes training, grooming, and access to an in-house vet.
- Shared access to a first class equestrian center, a saloon cowboy bar, a nature reserve to benefit from planned reforestation, and a community center with a nursery for local food production, plus the construction of Escamequita’s first public high-school.