Newly on the market is this 25 acre parcel of undeveloped land (Block 185) that is dotted with pine trees and low bush and well-suited to cattle and tree crops. The land is flat and high with no likelihood of flooding. It has 470 feet of frontage on a wide, year-round dirt access road, is only a quarter-mile from the Southern Highway and within a mile of Silk Grass Village. There is electricity along the access road and domestic water can be piped in from the highway. This parcel could be developed as a private estate, a teak or mahogany plantation, or a small cattle ranch. The list goes on.
The location is very convenient for both business and pleasure. Dangriga, the largest town in southern Belize is within 15 miles and includes the Dangriga airstrip served by two commuter airlines and the Caribbean Sea from which all of Belize’s water-based activities may be enjoyed. The unique seacoast Garifuna village of Hopkins is less than seven miles from the property and home to a number of tourism resorts, restaurants and craft outlets. The national capital of Belmopan is within 55 miles and is the gateway to the many scenic attractions within Cayo District. And when the Coastal Highway is paved—a process scheduled to begin in 2017—Belize City itself will only be 70 miles away.
Both of these properties have clear titles in the form of Minister’s Fiat Grants received from the Government in 2014. The current owners are the only private parties who have had title to this land which will simplify a buyer’s required title search. Anyone considering the purchase of land in southern Belize shouldn’t miss these two properties.