This is a great opportunity for a small investor to make money in paradise $$$. The first house in this four home community is nearly finished but the owner has been forced to sell. A new investor will finish the community and net a handsome profit.
This lot is nearly a third of an acre and sits on a canal leading to the lagoon and in turn to the sea. A great opportunity to moor a boat in order to take advantage of the fantastic fishing.
Currently under construction is a 650 sq ft one bedroom home, situated on the south east corner of the property. This home has a bedroom one bathroom, a large laundry room and a 12ft by 12ft outdoor lounge area. High end finishings will feature throughout. The owners plan was to create a community of 4 homes, each lot with individual titles. There also exists an option to add a second floor to each home making it 8 separate title homes.
The sale of the first home will then finance the construction of the second home and so on. These homes are currently in high demand in the Placencia with little to no competition.
All plans and contractors are already in place, all that’s needed is simply a new investor.
Potential investors can contact us for additional pro forma numbers.
Life in Maya Beach
The Placencia Peninsula, one of Belize’s most popular destinations. The peninsula is 19 miles long and only half a mile wide, bordered on one side by the stunning Caribbean Sea and on the other by the serene mango fringed Placencia Lagoon. The lagoon is teeming with wildlife including a wide variety of fish, who spend the first year of their lives sheltering in the protection of the mangroves before venturing out to sea. Manatees and crocodiles are also a common site in the lagoon.
Maya Beach is located midway up the Peninsula, this relaxed section of the Placencia Peninsula is favoured by expats and features some of the best restaurants in the area. Famous eateries include Maya Beach Bistro, a hot spot for gastronomic delights, famous for the best breakfast on the Placencia Peninsula, Tapas Happy Hour every afternoon and romantic beachfront dinners. You’ll also find the famous Mr Q’s at Mangos, the best BBQ on peninsula as well as the best happy hour!
Maya Beach is also well known for having the only bowling alley in Belize! Also just 12 minutes away from Riversdale, head down to Jaguar Lanes for fun nights of bowling, wings and Belikin beers, the national beer of Belize. Join the locals for weekly poker nights, sign up for the bowling league or just enjoy their big screen TVs which always have the latest game playing.
Placencia is a charming fishing village set at the southern end of the Placencia Peninsula in southeast Belize. Placencia Village at the very tip of the peninsula is where most of the action happens. One of Placencia’s busiest areas is the Sidewalk, a narrow pathway running along the beachside. Along the Sidewalk is where you’ll find the majority of bars, restaurants, shops and arts and crafts galleries. It is also the home of 2 Placencia institutions, Barefoot Beach Bar and Tipsy Tuna Sports Bar, favorites amongst locals, expats and tourists. One of the charms of Placencia Village is the proximity of everything. Most people get around by bicycle or golf cart, in reality though pretty much everything can be reached by foot!
At the end of the peninsula is the Placencia Municipal Pier. From here you can embark on all sorts of water based trips and excursions. Take a boat out and take advantage of some of the best fishing in the country, you can take a shorter trip close to shore and catch your lunch or you can go way out beyond the reef for incredible game fishing to catch (and release!) one of ‘the big 3’ Bonefish, Tarpon and Permit! Boats can also take you out for incredible scuba diving trips so you can see the incredible conservation work being done on our incredible reefs. Don’t want to get too wet? Take the short boat ride down to Monkey River Village. You’ll see manatees on your way there and then as you enter the river you’ll truly be in the jungle, surrounded by howler monkeys and other incredible wildlife.
Let’s now take a journey north of the Placencia Peninsula! Heading up north we leave the peninsula and head inland. Only 15 minutes away we reach the famous Cockscomb Basin Forest Reserve. Nearly 100,000 acres of protected forest on the slopes of the Maya Mountains is yours to explore. This is the land of the elusive jaguar so keep your eyes peeled. The expertise of the local guides will help you spot his tracks and if you’re lucky, you may even spot him among the tropical rainforest. Here you can also take the opportunity to interact with Mayan community where they’ll guide you through traditional chocolate making techniques; you’ll even get the opportunity to make and taste your own! Finish the day with a hearty Mayan meal before heading back home.