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The perfect investment opportunity awaits! This extraordinary 44+ acre property, strategically located with both main paved road and river access in the charming Village of Cristo Rey Cayo District, is now available at an unbelievable steal-away price. Boasting 11 surveyed parcels meticulously developed for investment, each ranging from 2.39 to 5.39 acres, this is an unparalleled opportunity.
Macal River Estates is located on the outskirts of Cristo Rey Village, a short 3 miles from San Ignacio Town, and on the newly built road to the Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Reserve.
The investment potential is evident, with each parcel equipped with potable water and electricity, ready for resale at your discretion. Adding to the allure is a fully furnished turn-key 2 bed, 2 bath Airb&B home with not one, but two garage spaces, ensuring comfort and convenience.
Presently classified as farmland, eco-tourism, and residential area, this property offers a unique combination of possibilities. The dedication to land preservation in the area has led to a diverse landscape, featuring over 2 thousand different plants, including coconut trees, various fruit trees, and strategically placed decorative plants.
Situated only 15 minutes away from the vibrant San Ignacio downtown, this property provides easy access to all essential amenities for a safe and comfortable lifestyle. Moreover, nature enthusiasts will appreciate being a mere 30 minutes away from Belize’s captivating water attractions, such as the Rio-on pools, Rio Frio Cave, and the majestic 1000 Ft fall.
As the sun sets, enjoy the cool evenings in the recreational area, complete with a palapa and swings. Take a tranquil river walk, surrounded by the sounds of nature and the laughter of those around you. This is an unparalleled opportunity to own your estate in a location that seamlessly blends nature, comfort, and investment potential. Don’t miss out on the chance to make this unique property your own!
Macal River Estates is located on the road to Mountain Pine Ridge, a national forest with great attractions like the Caracol Mayan ruins and 1000-foot water falls that attract thousands of tourists and locals each year.
“Cayo was once the heart of the Maya civilization, rich with archaeological sites such as Cahal Pech and Xunantunich, which is believed to have been the longest established Maya site in Belize.
It is not only the ancient history that sets this district apart. It’s the diverse culture, the rugged beauty of its region with jagged limestone hills, lush rainforests entwined with rivers, magnificent Maya temples, waterfalls and ecological reserves which also make it a predominant destination for active adventurers.” – The Belize Collection
Macal River Estates is located among almost a dozen other vacation resorts which makes it in a prime location for development. We offer Riverfront property, 46+ acres, 10 lots, plumbed, developed and ready to build. Plus one fully developed lot with a turn-key AirBNB home that’s move in ready!
All lots have access to the Macal River through a beautiful stone river walk. The roads at Macal River Estates are smooth and the lots are ready for you to build your dream home. The owner is willing to entertain a deal for the entire estate, or you can purchase the titled lots individually which range in size from 2.9 acres to 5.39 acres.
Macal River Estates (MRE) is a beautifully maintained and very uniquely located subdivision on the southern edge of the village of Cristo Rey in far western Belize. Cristo Rey Village is located just 4 ½ miles outside of the twin cities of San Ignacio / Santa Elena along the scenic Macal River. The Macal borders MRE on the west, then it joins the Mopan River near the town center of San Ignacio where the two form the Belize River flowing to the Caribbean Sea.
Just to the south of MRE lies the Table Rock Jungle Lodge, an award-winning Ecolodge. Bordering MRE to the north is the Crystal Paradise Resort, a beautiful Mayan family-owned and operated resort. The Macal River forms the MRE border to the west, and to the east lies the recently paved highway running through the Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Reserve toward the enchanting Mayan ruins of Caracol.