InvestBA is pleased to present this beautiful Uruguay waterfront property with two homes, income-producing soybean production and upscale amenities in Carmelo.

The property encompasses 84.5 hectares (208 acres) spread across three parcels with a full quarter-mile of coveted riverfront on the northern end of the property and Route 21 on the southern boundary of the parcel. The home is centrally located 1 mile from Carmelo, 4 miles from the Four Seasons, 9 miles from Carmelo International Airport and 35 miles from Buenos Aires which can be reached via fast ferry from Carmelo.

The main residence was designed and built in 2008 by an award-winning California architect and features 2,500 square feet of living space; Spanish tile floors; stainless steel appliances; a swimming pool, gazebo, courtyard with parrilla; high-end construction with fully insulated floors, walls and roof; tankless water heater; radiant floor heating; water softening system; high-speed Internet with WiFi; and a monitored security system. There is a second residence for farm personnel with three bedrooms at the main entrance to the property.

Land on two of the three parcels is currently planted with soy generating lease revenue for the owners. Future owners could opt to continue the current lease arrangement, plant crops on the entire property or convert the 98-acre waterfront parcel into a master-planned lifestyle community with marina. The latter would have undeniable appeal in Buenos Aires where the highest concentration of Argentina boat owners and marinas is directly across the River Plate.

Owners are offering two purchase options: all three parcels with two homes or just the 98-acre waterfront parcel which would be ideal for residential development.

Contact InvestBA for more information.

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URY: +598.98.82.2048

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