100 Acres of Fertile Farmland in Silk Grass
Property type: Farm
Remax VIP is thrilled to have 100 acres of fertile farmland in the Silk Grass area with 877.6 ft of frontage on the southern Highway. This property is 1,487.4 ft deep with road access along the entire eastern side of the parcel, and has access to all utilities including water, electricity, and even high-speed internet.
This expansive property showcases the natural beauty of the region while providing ample space for various agricultural activities. Silk Grass, in particular, is an idyllic setting for a farm, as it enjoys a tropical climate with abundant rainfall and a moderate temperature year-round. Among the key crops grown in Silk Grass are bananas, citrus fruits, cacao, coffee, and an assortment of vegetables. These diverse plantations not only contribute to the area’s economic viability but also showcase the agricultural potential of the region. Just minutes away, Corridgeree Belize has a chocolate factory, and Silk Grass Farms produces many juices and crops that are sold across the country.
Silk Grass is located north of Hopkins, and south of Dangriga; and is known for its scenic beauty, with rolling hills, lush rainforests, and many farms located in the fertile land around this small village. One of the most prominent features of this small community is its cultural heritage, the village takes pride in its deep rooted Mayan and Garifuna traditions.
Contact a Remax VIP agent today to schedule a viewing of this sizable parcel of fertile land.
Originally a licensed realtor with Sotheby’s Canada, Chris fell in love with Belize more than 10 years ago and has since helped countless expats purchase and relocate safely and securely. More than simply a realtor, Chris ensures quality home design, construction management and finally property management and rentals to maximize the return on your investment. With his extensive network of local brokers, Chris finds properties that are “off-grid” and well below market value, and he insists that the best deals never make it on the internet, therefore he recommends that prospective buyers should call and place their order directly.