Lakefront House in Laguna de Apoyo, Nicaragua | Casa La Orquidea – A Tranquil Lakefront Retreat and A Turnkey Airbnb Business Opportunity.

Welcome to ‘La Orquidea’, a lakefront house in the serene Laguna de Apoyo, Nicaragua. This property presents an incredible opportunity to own a beautiful colonial-style home or a thriving Airbnb business in one of the most tranquil yet popular tourist areas of Nicaragua.

The property is divided into two sections – a private home and a guesthouse, separated by beautiful, mature gardens. Both the main house and guesthouse showcase exquisite woodwork and tiled floors throughout, offering an authentic taste of colonial charm. With 8 rooms, 5 bathrooms, and plenty of outdoor space spread over a lot area of 1,321 square meters, it’s perfect for entertaining guests or enjoying a peaceful retreat.

The entire property is currently operating as an Airbnb hotel, offering a turnkey opportunity for the new owner. The stunning views of the Laguna from the balconies and the mature foliage covering the property add to its charm. Fall asleep watching and listening to the waves of Laguna de Apoyo lapping on the shore only 50 meters away.

Being one of the most developed properties around the Laguna, ‘La Orquidea’ stands out as a prime investment. The sale includes an adjoining property, providing potential for future expansion.

This is a spectacular location in a natural reserve that is truly one of the treasures of Nicaragua, but provides the conveniences of the city as both the towns of Colonial Granada and Masaya are just a half an hour away.

Laguna de Apoyo, Nicaragua

Laguna de Apoyo is Nicaraguas largest volcanic crater lake that was formed 23,000 years ago, after a huge volcanic explosion left a large crater which interrupted the underground water table. Today, the lake is 180 meters deep and four kilometers in diameter. Its clear water is always warm, and averages a warm 28 degrees celsius. The surrounding basin and hillside are replete with goreous flora and fauna including traveling bands of monkeys and close to 300 species of exotic birds.

Granada, Nicaragua is a city that was founded in 1524, as such is one of the oldest in the country and Central America. Drawn by year-round warm weather, colonial-era architecture and the freshwater Lake Nicaragua, travelers from around the world flock to Granada to enjoy the quaint city, first class restuarants and vibrant culture.