Coffee Farm For Sale:

Coffee Beans - Coffee Plantation - Coffee Farm

Coffee Beans – Coffee Plantation – Coffee Farm

This coffee farm is located on 1200 acres of land in the Municipality of El Crucero, located at approximately 21 Kilometers from Managua, the capital of Nicaragua. (See Map of Coffee Farm)

  • 250 acres of coffee plantation.
  • Organic coffee.
  • Shade-grown coffee.
  • Environmentally friendly fertilizers.
  • 350 acres of land ideal for cattle.
  • 600 acres of forest with approximately 15,000 precious woods trees.
  • Direct road access.
  • Water and electricity availability.
  • Property may be sold separately or as a package with adjacent Cattle Farm.
  • Price is negotiable.



Cattle Farm For Sale:

Scenic views on approximately 500 acres of land with flat pastures and rolling hills including precious wood trees.

  • Land is suitable for raising cattle and the soil is suitable for a large variety of plantations.
  • Area is attractive for commercial or residential development.
  • Located adjacent to Coffee Farm.
  • Property may be sold separately or as a package with Coffee Farm.
  • Price is negotiable.


Coffee Bean Varieties

The varieties of coffee grown at the farm are Bourbon, Caturra and Catimor.

  • Bourbon is a main coffee of the Arabica cultivars, characterized by broad leaves and round berries.  The fruit is relatively small and dense.  The cup quality is excellent.
  • Caturra is an Arabica type coffee and a mutant of Bourbon characterized by a good yield potential and citrus-like characteristics.  Because of the ideal growing conditions, the Bourbon variety flourishes in Central America.
  • Catimor is a variety that derives from the Caturra type, the plant is highly productive and resistant to disease.  Beans from the Catimor variety are bitter and sharply flavored. They are used to enhance the flavor of blended coffees.
Shade Grown Coffee

Shade Grown Coffee

The finest coffees in the world come from Arabica cultivars.  The Arabica coffee is a premium bean that stands out for its intense aroma, pleasing natural acidity, with moderate body and bitterness.

Shade-Grown Coffee Plants

The farm coffee plants are shade-grown.  Shade-grown coffee plants are cultivated under a canopy of trees.   A canopy of assorted types of shade trees created to cultivate shade-grown coffee forms a forest that consists of several layers of trees, such as fruit trees, hardwood, trees, and many other assorted bushes and plants.  The natural canopy under which shade coffee is grown often provides a refuge for many species of birds and a habitat for numerous species of animals and plants.  More specifically, shade-grown trees house two-thirds of the bird species found in natural forests in the same geographic areas.  The environmental friendly cultivation practices of shade grown coffee have resulted in an increase of this new trend.



The farm has a Beneficio, where the fresh coffee berries are brought for pulping, fermentation and drying.

Precious Woods Trees – Combustion Trees – Fruit Trees

The farm contains a forest, with approximately 15,000 trees of precious woods, half of them ready for exploitation.  The types of wood trees include, but are not limited to, cedar, oak, mahogany, pochote, tempisque, teakwood, laurel and bamboo.  There are also numerous varieties of combustion and fruit trees.


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