24.5 acre Belize rain forest property with 800 sq ft solar powered starter home in western Belize
- Type: Farm and Ranch
- Style: Single Story
- Bathrooms: 1
- Size: 800 sq. ft.
- Development Level: Built
- Lot Size: 24.5 acres
- Suite: Potential
- Year Built: 2018
- Taxes: $40.00 USD (1)
- Condo Fees: $0.00 USD
This property is situated in the rain forest of Belize and is therefore ideal for those seeking to reside in a rural setting. Located approximately 7 miles north of the Spanish Lookout community and in a local village know as Los Tambos, this 24.5 acre property features a 40 x 20 hardwood raised house that was built in 2018. This includes a spacious 10 x 20 screened patio. The house comes with a private septic sewer system that is supported by a leach-field soak-away.
The house has a vaulted ceiling fitted with wood to cushion the sound of rainfall on the metal roof. The interior is currently one large open space which allows the buyer to partition the interior as they see fit. The solar panel and battery bank provides sufficient power to run lights and a few power tools. This can easily be upgraded by putting in additional solar panels or complemented with a small generator for those instance when heavy current is required.
A small year-round creek runs through the property. It also features a year-round natural spring stream as well as a 660 gallon water storage tank which collects rain water from the metal roof of the house. The property contains over 50 mature royal palm trees, an assortment of both broad and narrow leaf vegetation.
This is very fertile and would be the ideal place for something such as an avocado farm. The current owner has already planted 30 avocado trees. Both telephone and internet services are available at this location. For shopping convenience there is a local grocery shop in the village and for more options the large modern community of Spanish Lookout, a Mennonite community, is only 7 miles to the south.
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