La Reserva Manabi
Eco Home 01

  • 2 bed 3 bath
  • 1600 sq ft
  • Sustainable features
  • Spectacular ocean views

This home maximizes square footage while maintaining a small nature friendly footprint on the property. The design incorporates the use of locally sourced materials, water reclamation, and permaculture landscape design.

Your spectacular view of the Ayampe, Ecuador coastline

Home Features

  • 2 bedrooms, 3 baths
  • 1600 sq ft multi-level enclosed design
  • 2 terraces, 2 balconies for an additional 730 sq ft
  • Outdoor kitchen and BBQ area
  • Grey watering system for permaculture
  • Additional green area for personal gardening
  • Outdoor shower
  • Water cistern and pressure pump

Description

The property is a large lot measuring 1,000 square meters (1/4 acre) at La Reserva Manabi eco community in Ayampe, Ecuador.  

The house has an area of approximately 1,600 square feet enclosed, plus an additional 500 square feet from two balconies and included backyard terraces.  A/C, hot water, a water cistern and pressure pump are standard.

Breathtaking Ocean View Living

The spacious ocean-view kitchen and living room lead to the large first floor balcony, where you can enjoy breathtaking views over dinner each evening.

The balcony runs the entire front of the house (45ft long) and offers unobstructed views.  This balcony includes an outdoor BBQ and outdoor kitchen with working sink.   

Modern Open Air Kitchen

The kitchen features cement countertops, including the island, which is designated for an electric range stove top. The kitchen has natural wood shelves on the wall. (refrigerator not included).

Spacious Master Bed & Bath

The second floor master bedroom is spacious (21ft x 14ft) with sliding doors that lead to a second upstairs outdoor balcony.  The suite has a master bath featuring his-and-her sinks and a large walk-in shower.  

Natural Jungle Vegetation & Gardening

On the side of the home there’s an outdoor shower perfect for rinsing off after a long day of work or at the beach to prevent bringing added sand and dirt into the home.  

There are terraces in the back yard for planting gardens with your own fruits, vegetables and herbs.