A total of 976 acres of undeveloped land, consisting of seven contiguous parcels, is situated between San Juan and Cowpen Villages in Southern Stann Creek District, Belize. The parcels have been recently surveyed and recorded. While individual parcels (ranging in size from 7, 30(2), 53, 167, 335 and 351 acres) may be sold, the priority is to sell the acreage as a whole.
The property includes extensive frontage on the Southern Highway on the east and limited frontage on the Main Cowpen Road on the west. There are large banana plantations west of the land on both sides of the Stann Creek District and Toledo District boundary lines.
The land is fairly flat consisting of a combination of pine forest and savannah. Moccasin Creek that drains the extensive savannah north of the area produces a steady flow through its well-established channel for 9-10 months of the year.
Power lines border the property on both the east and west and water service is available from the local village water system. While local services exist in San Juan and Cowpen Villages, more extensive municipal services are available in Independence Village five miles. That is the location of Independence High School while Georgetown Technical High School is six miles north of the property. The Cowpen-San Juan RC Primary School operates at two locations adjacent to the property. The national capital, Belmopan City, is approximately 100 miles north.
This property has potential for agricultural development, but would also be an ideal site for eco-tourism / eco-development along Moccasin Creek or larger scale development over the full property. It could also become the ultimate private estate.