Getting away from the city and getting in contact with the nature can also be a very profitable investment. This magnificent 4 hectare (9.88 acre) farm is located within an idyllic Patagonian landscape, at the heart of the berries region (El Bolsón/ Lago Puelo/ El Hoyo/ Epuyén). Ideal land for berries growing, there are already some species that grow wildly. This welcoming 315 sq m (3390 sq ft) house features 5 bedrooms, three full bathrooms, two toilettes, an office, a living room, a dining room, a swing workshop, a kitchen and a laundry room. All rooms boast breathtaking views to the valley and to Piltriquitrón and other mountains. Current owners studied and used the most recent ecologic criteria for the construction of this property. It features thermal insulation for best energy efficiency with a timber-frame system plastered with clay covered with Tyvek (DuPont) insulator and 8 mm (0,31 in) thick Eternit fibrocement siding resembling wood. Exterior walls are 50 cm (19.6 in) thick. Beautiful oak hardwood floors, cypress staircase and Oregon pine ceilings with a 20 cm (7.8 in) insulator. Heating through warm water circuit with aluminium radiators. The fuel is still bulk gas, although natural gas network already reaches 500 metres (1640.4 ft) from the property. Water comes from a 36 m (118 ft) perforation which provides 3600 litters per hour for eight hours. Electricity provided by the municipal network, broad band telephone line and Internet. Close to the house you can find the garage and a two storey 200 sq m (2152 sq ft) shed built with pine tree wood covered with the same fibrocement siding used for the house. The property is situated 125 km (77 mi) (an hour and a half) from Bariloche International Airport.