We are happy to offer this 57 acres of land located in the Village of San Pedro Columbia in the Toledo District. Situated 1.5 miles northeast of San Pedro Columbia Village makes getting to this property easy. The all weather gravel road connects the village to this property, either in the rain or when it is dry.
San Pedro Columbia is a Southern Maya Village rich is culture and known to thrive on cocoa plantations – which is known as “food of the God’s.” Aside from the rich Mayan history, the Mayan Temple of Lubaantun is less than 1.5 miles west of this property! Talk about rich culture!
Being off-grid, this property is largely in its natural state. Once used as a cattle ranch, 15 acres have been cleared and planted with improved cattle grass. The remaining 42 acres is in its natural state with mature Mahogany, Cedar, Cohune and other local trees. This land is virtually flat and fertile. Traditional crops like corn and beans was once grown on the property with a bounty harvest. Running through the middle of the property is a seasonal creek that served as a water source for crops and animals. The electrical grid is about 1 miles from this property.
Plantain, Banana and Sour-sop are currently grown on the cleared portion of the property.
This property would be great for a cattle ranch or cacao farm.
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