Real Estate in Vilcabamba
Real estate in Vilcabamba is affordable. Here are some examples of real estate available in Vilcabamba.
--A two-bedroom, 2.5 bath, 2,673 square foot home with incredible mountain views, completely furnished including appliances, cable TV and Internet. Price: $230,000.
--A fully-furnished, two-bedroom, one-bath house within walking distance of town on .22 acres of land (includes appliances). Price: $110,000.
--A small, two-year-old house on a 1.5 acre lot, seven miles from Vilcabamba, offers fabulous views in all directions. The land overlooks the Malacatos Valley and Mandango mountain and has more than 60 planted trees including macadamia, walnut, lemon, orange, grapefruit and palms. The house has a bedroom, a kitchen-living room, and a bathroom. There is a small storage shed nearby. Price: $80,000
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