OW11: 25.58 Acres with 445 Feet of New River frontage

  • Lot Size: 25.58 Ac.

25.58 Acres with 445 Feet of New River frontage, Orange Walk!

Lot 3-4

Location                      Orange Walk

Description                  Eco-tourism, Residential, Retirement, Investment, Farming

Size                             25.58 acres with 445 feet River frontage on New River

Price in Belize             153,480.00BZ

Price in US                  $76,740.00US Negotiable


25.58 acres situated approximately 5.5 miles off the Northern Highway off Carmelita Village in Orange Walk District.  An ideal area locked ancient secrets and ancient history of the Mayas in Belize.

The property is part of a subdivision: Lot 3 and lot 4 consist of total 25.58 acres with around 445 feet of New River frontage.  The area is mostly pine ridge and there are many farms surrounding these properties mostly of cane fields and other domestic crops such as Corn or beans.  The property is mostly high and dry with few areas that may have water settlement when it rains.  There may be part of the property especially along the river that may be flood prone, ideal construction would be on stilts or high foundations.  Most flooding occurs in the event of freak storms or hurricanes but predominantly the property is high and dry.

The property has a public road easement but has not been built but road accessibility is near the property.  Electricity is near the property. The property is approximately an hour from Belize City and approximately 15 to 20 minutes to Orange Walk Town!

The property boasts of New River frontage which an historic river used by the Mayans for trading and travelling through region.  One of the largest Mayan sites in the north is Lamanai (Submerge Crocodile) is approximately 18 miles from the property boat… not just a ride, but an adventure!

There are tour operators at Toll Bridge that take tourist on New River tours and giving the experience to the tourist of the natural habitat in the area.  The river boasts of excellent bird watching, crocodile viewing, and other exposure to flora and fauna.  The main attraction is the ride to the riverfront ruins of Lamanai!

One can also experience the area by road!  One can drive approximately 8 miles after toll bridge to Guinea Grass Village, and it would be shorter to take a skiff from there to the property!  One can enjoy the local ambiance and one can get to other local cultural communities from this area such as the Mennonite Communities of Shipyard where skillful labor is ready available for any of your needs.

The property would be ideal for an eco-tourism lodge, with tours of the rivers or bird watching!  Owners motivated make an offer!

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