Estancia near Garzon
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SPECTACULAR ESTANCIA IN SIERRAS DE GARZON
GARZÓN, URUGUAY | LAND: 473 Hectares | US$ 3,311,000
SELLING WONDERFUL 473 HECTARE ESTANCIA IN URUGUAY a few km from Pueblo Garzon and with easy access to Jose Ignacio and the coast with a large traditional farmhouse.
Presently a working cattle farm with plenty of water, the property would lend itself perfectly as a country hotel and has much potential for development or a high-end tourism project. The property is ringed by vineyards and olive groves and is very close to the new Garzon Bodega (the largest in South America) and restaurant. There is excellent road access to the property from both Montevideo and Punta del Este.
Priced to sell at Us$7,000 / hectare
• Internal roads in place throughout the property
• Natural water sources in all paddocks, the property is bordered by the José Ignacio stream and the Núñez stream
• 80 hectares of improved pasture
• 140 hectares of cleaned grassland ready for further improvement
• Suitable for livestock production, forest exploitation, olive groves and vineyards
• 0.6 UG/HA
• High Development potential
• The electricity is powered by 8 solar panels and if needed there are 2 generators
• Main house with 5 bedrooms (1 en-suite), 2 bathrooms, kitchen and pantry, living and dinning room, BBQ.
• Smaller house for the staff with 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, living room and kitchen.
• Storehouse (12m x 8m)
• Outbuildings set up with all the requirements of modern cattle farming
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Distance to Pueblo Garzón:26 km
Distance to José Ignacio: 42 km
Distance to Punta del Este: 66 km
Road access from Montevideo or Punta is on ruta nacional Nr.9 – km 141.200 – then 42 km of well maintained dirt road that is suitable for any normal car
COMMISSION & FEES:
Availability subject to change at any time.
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Taxes, notary and registry fees must be paid by purchaser, the sales commission to BBH is 3% (plus V.A.T.) of the total sale value which must also be paid by the buyer as stipulated by Uruguayan regulations.
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For much of the 20th century, Garzón was a thriving way station linking some of Uruguay’s largest cattle ranches, boasting a mill and a rail connection to Maldonado, the region’s commercial centre. Decline set in during the 1960s when the mill went out of business and residents drifted away in search of work. When Uruguay axed its passenger rail service in 1989, Garzón was left as little more than a ghost town. Fast forward to 2010 and the village is experiencing an unlikely renewal as a gastronomic hub and second-home retreat for South America’s summering elite. Garzón’s burgeoning recovery can be attributed almost entirely to Francis Mallmann, a celebrity chef from neighbouring Argentina whose reputation is based as much on his esoteric television shows as on his exquisite – yet extravagantly priced – cooking.
Pueblo Garzón now stands at the centre of a Napa Valley-like development with award winning vineayrds, bodegas, olive groves and exciting restaurants all around. This was recognised in the New York Times’ list of places to visit in 2016, Garzon is at #21 - ‘A new wine region blooms near Celebrated beaches’. Not surprisingly this development and resulting publicity is fuelling interest in real estate in the area which is still very affordable when compared to prices in and around José Ignacio and the coast which is only a short drive from the village.