#8001 Own a Highway, Commercial Lot in Chan Chen Village, Corozal District, Belize
- Great Investment Property
- Type: Commercial
- Style: Lot / Land
- Development Level: Land Only
- Lot Type: Irregular
- Lot Size: 3.54 acres
- MLS #: 8001
A great lot for Investment.
This 3.54 acre lot is situated along the Philip Goldson Highway and is about 3 miles from Corozal Town and within 7 minutes to the Corozal-Mexico Border. This area located in Chan Chen Village is peaceful and quiet. Corozal is the district with the least rainfall in the country of Belize. Majority of the land is cleared but a small portion remains natural forest. On site are over 50 coconut trees, local and Jamaican lime trees, Blackberry trees, Custard Apple trees and a Gorvernor Plum tree which bears a small, crunchy and addicting fruit. The scenic Four Mile Lagoon is 1.5 miles north where one can enjoy swimming, canoeing or relaxation under a palapa. This lot is ready to develop for your residential or commercial purposes.
There are many activities to do in Corozal. Visit Santa Rita Mayan Ruin or Cerros Mayan Ruin. You can take an adventurous hike in Ship Stern Nature reserve. There are many water sports available including some great fishing areas, making it a great location for retirement or the perfect getaway spot.
The lot has about 350 ft frontage on the highway. All utilities are available. This parcel is ideal to build your dream home or keep for future investment. There is also a small creek which runs through the adjacent lot. Add a garden filled with tropical fruits and exotic flowers, this lot offers a unique investment opportunity turning your dreams to reality.
Corozal is bordered by Mexico, giving easy access to Chetumal City for added entertainment, shopping, and dining experiences.
Don't miss out on this great investment opportunity to own a substantial size lot in Northern Belize.
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