Friday, January 6, 2012

Crystal Sands condo

During the past few days I have shown photos of the pristine aspects of Langosta Beach. But a beach that beautiful in places yields to the pressure of development. This is a photo of the entrance to the Crystal Sands condo, the largest building, by far, on Langosta Beach. The ocean is right behind the condo.

This is a very upscale condo, with prices ranging from $900,000 to about $1.7 million. It was developed by several Americans who had the bad luck to finish the building just as the global real estate market collapsed. Even with the soft market, however, they have sold about half of the condos.

Would you like to see more of what luxury condos are like in the Playa Langosta area of Tamarindo? My wife and I took a look inside the Crystal Sands, with our camera of course, during our last visit to Costa Rica.

This week we are showing some close up photos of plants and animals of Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, on our Viva la Voyage travel photo site.

10 comments:

Steffe said...

That green looks a bit unreal.

Sharon said...

Oh, I can't wait to see the inside.

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

a very nice monumental project

Kate said...

I'm interested in seeing more of the condos, but of all your photos, I appreciate the natural beauty of the environment better. To be surrounded by this kind of beauty soothes my soul and spirit. Not to say that I would not enjoy the man-made lovelies tho!

Jarart said...

Let's do go inside!

Memphis MOJO said...

Let's go inside for sure.

Lois said...

It's gorgeous, but a little out of my price range! I would love to see the inside though.

glenda said...

Outside looks good, let's see the inside. Glad you took along your camera.

Lowell said...

Just a little bit too upscale for me. But, I would have no problem living there if the developers would see fit to let me in. Tell them I could take pictures for them and promote the place around the world.

No? Shucks!

Bob Crowe said...

Yes, I would. We drove past this place last year, of course, but I had no idea it was so expensive. I'd like to see what you get for a million bucks in Tamarindo.

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