Price: 1 acre lots starting at $25,000 USD & 5 acres lots starting at $60,000 USD

Misty Meadow Farms is offering spectacular sunsets over the Maya Mountain Range with breathtaking rainforest views in this Belize land for sale deal.  These beautiful lots containing one or five acres should be a first consideration if you plan to buy Belize real estate. This developing neighborhood is nestled in the Belize rainforest at about 10 minutes drive from downtown San Ignacio. A serene 52 acres development that offers privacy with enough space for living off the land.  Being just off the George Price Highway allows enjoying a rural living with all amenities of an urban settlement.

An exceptional place for a dream home that will create lasting memories. Water, electricity, telephone and internet are available.  All public services and schools up to university level are available in downtown San Ignacio or Santa Elena. In addition to the tranquility and natural beauty of this community, the Cayo District is Belize’s premier adventure and eco-activity region.  Covered with rainforest jungle, rivers, waterfalls, azure pools and Maya ruins, the area is a neverending adventure where restaurants and tourist attractions abound. The Guatemalan border is only a few miles away making it easy for a quick visit to shop or a one day getaway in Melchor.  

The district’s inland location offers much more protection from hurricanes than living on the low lying coastal areas. Storms are usually weakened from passing over the land and Cayo is far enough inland to get less from the storms that do make it to Belize. Flooding can sometimes be a problem along major rivers but Misty Meadow Farms is located on high flat ground where flooding is never a problem.

These lots offer enough space to grow food and construct a comfortable dream home. With only a few available in the development, privacy can be expected. The only noise and disturbance will come from the almost 600 species of birds that make their home in Belize or occasional visits from other wildlife living in the surrounding rainforest.  

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