Punta Negra, Toledo
Beach Front, 5 Acre Parcels 200' To 500' Frontage For Sale in Near Monkey River And Placencia, Toledo, Belize Four, Beautiful Beach Frontages 5 Acre+ Ea 200' To 500' Asking Price: $55,000 - $129,000 USD (Negotiable - Financing Available) CHINES NEW YEAR'S SALE PRICES DRASTICALLY REDUCED!!! 50% FINANCING CONSIDERED PADDY'S BLUFF WAS LISTED PREVIOUSLY TODAY I AM RELISTING IT AND ADDING THREE OTHER 5 acre plus PARCELS, WHICH ARE ADJACENT TO EACH OTHER COMPRISING 15.6 ACRES. THESE THREE CAN BE PURCHASED INDIVIDUALLY OR AS A DISCOUNTED GROUP. All of the parcels are on the beach/shore. They are situated between Monkey River Town and Punta Negra. They are all clear title and taxes are current. Thus no surprises when purchasing. The upside of these parcels. Beautiful pristine beaches, approved for resort development close enough to amenities, transportation, shopping and airports BUT far enough away to have privacy, and create your own dream. Resort, Beach Bar, scuba school, write the great novel, or do absolutely nothing, just watch the coconuts grow. Whatever you can imagine you can create Well assuming that it is not illegal in Belize. Belize is a British Commonwealth Country, and as such the first language is English, and all documents are in English, as is the schooling. The banks are Barclays, Bank of Belize and Bank of Nova Scotia. The other languages spoken are Kreole amongst the locals, and Spanish helps with the workers. Neither Kreole or Spanish is required but will become helpful Racially and Nationality Belize is welcoming to all. Racially I would say it is very mixed,and the Ex Pats are from all over too. There is a large Asian and South Asian population, Caucasions seem to be mainly British, Canadian and American,. There are a couple of somewhat separate groupings. There is a large Mennonite settlement called Spanish Lookout and a couple of areas to the south that are predominantly Mennonite. There are also a few Garifuna Villages in Central Coastal Belize and a few Mayan Villages also in south Central Belize. This area is as yet, untouched by tourist hordes, Those that live in the area treasure the area and what it offers. Solitude, abundant assorted wildlife, views most of us have only imagined . We had a pet armadillo, a visiting leatherback tortoise, the parrots flying over, the pelicans splashing and the howlers in the distance. It is a lobster area, and usually you can catch a fish or two for supper. If you need a touch of tourist or nightlife, Placencia provides both, and is only 40 minutes away by slow boat. We had a 40 hp and went all over the coast with it including Guatemala and Belize City. There is a small store in Monkey River for quick stuff a twenty minute walk down the beach or 5 minutes by skiff. For larger grocery shopping there is Placencia, Punta Gorda, and Independence. All of these towns have Airports, Doctors, Banking, and public transportation to Belize City and beyond. From Belize city you can be in Houston in about 2 hours and Miami about three. To the south a few miles is a very large Marine Preserve, however the area itself has become essentially world famous for fly fishing. The possible downside, depending on your outlook is that the property is only accessible by boat, as the properties back onto Payne's Creek Reserve, a National Park but without any roads current or planned. It is far less expensive to use the sea-highway. There is however a road into Monkey River from the main highway if you choose to have a road vehicle too. We used to keep a pick up truck there and just boat to Monkey River if we needed to go inland. Otherwise the skiff was the mode of travel. This area of Belize is still protected by the reef, so waters are generally calm. Also you need to be prepared to have means to generate electricity, and collect water. For power you can purchase a gas/diesel generator, or use wind and or solar. Solar is the way to go now as it is easily assembled and shipped around. Water, for drinking and cooking is usually collected during the "wet" or rainy season. Water barrels and cisterns are easily acquired or you can simply buy the big bottles of water available in all the surrounding towns, and swim/bathe in the sea. As far as I am aware cell phones even work in the area now. As I am sure anyone researching Belize knows, the reef is the second largest "LIVING" Reef in the world. Check out the Blue Hole. I can go on and on so I will stop here and INVITE any questions you might have. While I do want to sell the property due to health and age reasons, I will answer any questions to the best of my ability as opposed to a "sales" answer. I have posted a number of pictures on this site but also have shareable and more extensive albums that I just need your email for. AND will share the co-ordinates for looking on Google Earth if you wish. cheers and I look forward to sharing Belize with you.