EcoOasis develops Regenerative Neighborhoods in Costa Rica!

Costa Rica is a country renowned for its natural beauty and commitment to renewable energy and conservation. Our current five (5) homestead Neighborhood is located in Platanillo de Barú, Costa Rica. We are 15 minutes up-mountain from the surfside town of Dominical and 30 minutes from San Isidro de General, Costa Rica’s second largest city and unofficial capital of the South Pacific Zone – all on safe, paved roads. Platanillo is an ideally located community that has a history of success with expatriates and locals, combining proximity to the coast but at an altitude that is suitable to Outdoor Living, Growing and Thriving.

Our modern, Eco-Tropical home brings the outside in!

Each Homestead is available with our Modern Eco-Tropical Home and Pool that emphasizes Outdoor Living, has 3 bedrooms/2 baths, with 1420 ft2/132 m2 of indoor living space, 270 ft2/25 m2 of covered outdoor living space, and a 484 ft2/45m2 Carport that maximizes small-footprint living and minimizes maintenance. Features include: 15 ft high local sustainable tropical wood beam ceilings; White roof with cupola for passive cooling; Entire-wall sliding glass pocket door to the Outdoor Living space and onto the eco-Pool; Locally-sourced gravity-fed spring water; Whole-house water filtration system; Outdoor shower; Solar grid-tie; as well as modern kitchens and bathrooms and so much more! And each Homestead has Ocean/Sunset and Jungle views, with Valley and Mountain views available to all neighbors via a Neighborhood Trail System!

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live a more sufficient lifestyle?

​You are probably familiar with the term sustainability, and while sustaining ourselves is a great goal, we want to move beyond that and create a system that regenerates; providing huge amounts of abundance for us and future generations.

Our Gardens, Pond and Fruit Forest are designed for Abundance and Beauty!

Permaculture, a word originally coined for “permanent agriculture”, and is evolving to mean “permanent culture”, will be the design philosophy for this development. We design for abundance, and each homestead will receive its own specific permaculture design as part of the collective Regenerative Neighborhood. Each homestead will include a Fruit Forest, Perennial Gardens, Greenhouse, Chicken Coop, Edible Landscaping, and a Fish Pond. Landscaping throughout the neighborhood will not only offer beauty and food, but will have many benefits such as attracting pollinating insects, butterflies, etc. Infrastructure includes, Smooth gravel roads and driveways; Underground Electric; Automatic Entry Gate; Tropical landscaping throughout property; Neighborhood Nature Trail System

From your farm...

All of the food in this photo was easily gathered from our model home

...to your table!

All of the food in this photo was prepared in the luxury modern kitchen in our model home

Cooking with a view!

The interior is designed to connect with the outside; the views flow like the breezes throughout the passive-cooling designed house.

Modern luxury kitchen and kitchen garden

Be inspired by flavor! Fresh herbs and vegetables conveniently located just outside your door

Love to cook and entertain?

We've designed our modern kitchen to be the perfect place for Friends and Family to gather and create great memories around home-grown food and sustainable living.

...or your dining area!

Customize your Outdoor Living

Our Modern Eco Tropical home includes a Pool with an Ultra-Efficient pump, using Eco-Boost Technology. Pre-construction upgrades to pool size and depth are available, as well as free standing Hot Tubs.

Luxury Bathrooms

Bathrooms are important! Ours feature a Rainshower, Spanish tiles, German fixtures, vaulted ceilings with teak beams, and a great view!

Attention to detail and quality throughout!

Teak floors, Teak Beams, LED lighting, Vaulted ceiling with Cupola, Quartz Countertops, Stainless Appliances

Multiple functions is the hallmark of good Permaculture Design!

Your chickens will free range into the Fruit forest, eating pests and dropped fruit, while scratching up the ground surface and fertilizing the soil. And, those eggs! And funny to watch!