Most major styles of construction found elsewhere in the world exist in Costa Rica. Town houses are a common style of condominium where the units are more than one story and sit side by side, sometimes with adjoining walls and sometimes without. Two and three story townhouses are the most common, although taller may exist rarely.
Typically entrances to each unit are at ground level. Some units have attached garages or carports with an entrance to the main living area as well to avoid getting wet during the frequent rains.
Typical layouts have the living, dining and kitchen areas downstairs with bedrooms upstairs, but there are other options as well.
Often the downstairs has a patio in the back and there are balconies on the second and third floors.
Usually there is a clear master bedroom with a nicer, attached bathroom perhaps with a double vanity or tub and the other bedrooms share access to other bathrooms that typically only have a shower.
Town house style construction exists in the central valley including areas like Escazu, Rohrmoser, Santa Ana, Curridibat y Tres Rios.
Town houses in Costa Rica also exist in the smaller towns such as Liberia and Cartago.
Coastal areas also offer town house style condominium developments within areas such as Tamarindo, Manuel Antonio, Playas del Coco and Jaco and also in resort projects such as Hacienda Pinilla, Reserva Conchal and Los Suenos.
You will find town houses for rent in both the long term section of ForRentCostaRica.com and the vacation rental section.
Townhouses for long term rental may be unfurnished or furnished and vacation rentals are furnished.