Cerro Alto, a prestigious address, an unrivaled location

Benefits of living in Cerro Alto:

  • Security
  • Privacy
  • Increasing property value
  • Sense of community
  • Slow traffic inside the community
  • Safe and friendly for children
  • Pet friendly controlled
  • Access to private amenities in the Club House
  • Resort style living

Residential Cerro Alto is the most important gated community of Escazu.   Cerro Alto is located on the West side of San José, within minutes distance of the best office centers, schools, entertainment and shopping centers among others; it is a high-end condominium, offering tranquility and security, as well as a family-oriented neighborhood.

Cerro Alto is the gated community with the highest demand for luxury homes and million-dollar homes in the area of Escazu. The community is totally walled and counts with the best security system in town.  Its safe environment and rapid increasing value are the number one reasons for a secure investment in that area of town.

The Cerro Alto community has excellent amenities such as tennis courts, two Club Houses, Lap pool, recreational pool, pedestrian paths, gym, playground, soccer field and 24/7 security with controlled access. The surroundings of Cerro Alto provide extremely quick access to Multiplaza Escazú, Distrito 4, Plaza Roble, Edificio Meridiano, Escazu Corporate Center, Hospital CIMA, Avenida Escazú and schools such as West College, Mount View School, Saint Mary School, Blue Valley School and Lighthouse International School, among the most prominent in the sector.

One of the most important added values of living in Cerro Alto is the similar value of homes within the same community, with a prevalence of luxurious million-dollar homes, built by the most respectable architectural firms of the country with the highest standards of anti-seismic codes and the finest quality of finishes.  

Living in Cerro Alto

Casa Atila is a beautiful two-story house with rooms of ideal dimensions, undoubtedly has the best location in Escazú. Cerro Alto allows to have the best communication to roads and highways that lead in multiple ways to the best places in the west of San Jose. Also, the condominium is the most sought after location by nationals and foreigners thanks to its impeccable common areas and security offered by this luxury project. The architect achieved a home where the sizes of each of its units feel spacious, cozy and with the advantage of having social and private areas ideal for sharing, always considering functional spaces for use and storage.

The social area of the living and dining room can be fully incorporated to the ample terrace and garden of the property, which is perimetral given the mandatory boundaries that must be maintained. Having a house where the privacy of its four en-suite bedrooms, family TV room and terrace in the master bedroom, makes it an alternative where the family can settle comfortably or have the possibility of having a guest bedroom available, for example. The home office on the ground floor is another key differentiator for today’s circumstances where some family members work from home. The kitchen is extremely comfortable and the informal dining area leaves open the possibility of different uses that are convenient for the new owners. The service area and storage rooms in the house are places designed to provide a lot of comfort and this house really has them very well proportioned.

Casa Atila is an exclusive property with the best qualities in the high-end market finishes to stand the test of time, ideal rooms for the family, natural ventilation, and lighting and above all, the possibility of enjoying a unique location in the flat land sector of Cerro Alto.

Contact Exclusive Listing Agent Rita Montoya at Rita@costaricaluxury.com

or WA (506) 8316 4852

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