Currently under long-term lease. BoqueteNing.com is a good source for other rental properties.
15 minutes from “downtown” Boquete. Away from the noise*, traffic, tourists of the center of Baja Boquete (i.e. “town”), nestled amdist coffee and orange trees, surrounded by birds and bananas with glimpses of the Chiriqui Islands. This is the Panama you imagine . . . not a Southern California planed gated and guarded Gringo enclave.
Covered porch, and flower-filled fenced in garden with space for small vegetable or herb garden. Birds and butterflies abound and help yourself to bananas, oranges and lemons. 10 minutes from downtown Boquete, 30 minutes from David. Basic TV and Internet. $700 per month with 3-month minimum lease. $650 per month with minimum 12-month lease. Includes electric and water. Nonsmoking inside. Perfect for single or couple not wanting to spend a fortune. Will consider pets. This is the ideal home while you check out life in Boquete and look for permanent place to buy or rent. Inquire about availability. firstname.lastname@example.org.
*What many expats considering Panama don’t realize is the cultural attitudes to music are different. In the US & Europe your music is for you to enjoy. In Panama music is for everyone to enjoy, whether you like that kind of music or not. There is no concept in Panama of noise pollution! Anyone’s party is for everyone to hear, even sometimes on a weekend in Palmira. But in the town of Boquete it is EVERY weekend, music, parties, travelling discos with speakers 2 stories high, thumpa thumpa everywhere. And during the fair in January . . . forget it. Even ear plugs won’t help! Which is why we love living outside of Boquete town in Palmira. Yes, occasionally there is a party If we chose to show up we’d undoubtedly be welcome.. Even in a “gated, guarded” enclave like Valle Escondido, if there is a wedding, although you are not all invited, you all will “enjoy” the music into the wee hours whether you like it or not.