Three Bedroom Home Surrounded by Fruit Trees and Culture Hopkins

USD 99,500
Property type: House


  • Electricity
  • Water


This charming, traditional home is located at the heart of Hopkins village, steps from the famous beach. This wooden structure was built in 2017 and has three bedrooms, one bathroom, kitchen, living room and porch. The property is surrounded by beautiful fruits trees such as mango, banana, sea grape and coconuts.  The property can be used as a winter home for a snow bird or a full time residence with enough land to add commercial space and run a business .  Hopkins has become a tourist destination for travelers from all over the world, due its rich culture, international and local cuisines and some of the top resorts in the region.

Hopkins village is minutes away from  the Maya mountains where one  can enjoy the raw Belize jungle with countless  fun activities such as hiking, waterfalls, exploring Maya ruin sites, caving, ziplining, horseback riding and atv’s tours. The Caribbean Sea offer endless world class activities such as fishing, diving, island hopping and sailing.

Belize was a British colony prior to its independence in 1981 and it is the only country in Central America that speaks English as its main language and also forms part of the Caribbean community ( CARICOM). It is known worldwide for being the country with the second largest barrier reef in the world, also for culture diversification, marine life, wildlife, Maya ruins and many more.

Amenities in the Area

  • Restaurants & Bars
  • Resorts
  • Grocery Stores
  • Pharmacy

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Contact the Agent

Chris Appelbe

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.