Mel Gibson Is Asking $30M for His 400-Acre Jungle Retreat in Costa Rica

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Mel Gibson

In a remote, privately owned jungle on Costa Rica’s Nicoya Peninsula, three villas, owned by Oscar-winning actor-director Mel Gibson, are on the market with a $29.75 million price tag.

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Each a short walk to white sand beaches below, the villas are nestled on a hilltop among 403 acres. Custom-fitted with wood native to Costa Rica, as well as Spanish and Italian tiles, they all have vaulted ceilings, fully-equipped kitchens, outdoor barbecue areas, private pools, and verandahs overlooking the jungle and Pacific Ocean.

The largest villa, “Casa Guanacaste,” has seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms; while the smaller two consist of two bedrooms, with enhanced living spaces, including a poolside cottage in “Casa Barrigona” and a loft in “Casa Dorada.”


Images courtesy of Christie’s International Real Estate

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