Grecia is a town that was settled by people from Alajuela, San José and Heredia. The church is a tourist attraction and was constucted of iron imported from Belgium in 1897, and the alter is made of solid marble.
The land is drained by the Sarchí, Agualote, Poró and Rosales Rivers which descend from the Póas Volcano. The canton grows coffee, corn, beans and vegetables, but it was the sugarcane that contributed most to the region's prosperity.
Grecia is 18km from Alajuela and is connected to it and the cantons of San Ramón, Naranjo, and Atenas by good paved roads. The Juan Castro Blanco Forest Preserve can be found there.
The climate is always pleasant and with average temperatures of 24°C.
The property is a 300 square meter lot located in a new neighborhood in Grecia. The lot has 15 meter front and 20 meters depth.
The land is very centric and flat, just great to build on.