Sea view 3 Storey Vacation Rental property, north coast Belize City Northern Highway (Belize City, Belize, BZ - 00000) Built

$275,000 USD

Moya Shepherd & Co Ltd

Raymond Shepherd Raymond Shepherd (011)501-223-4465 (Office) (011)501-615-4465 (Cell) Request More Info

  • Diamond in Rough
  • Type: Residential
  • Style: 3 Story
  • Bedrooms: 8
  • Bathrooms: 6
  • Size: 4,500 sq. ft.
  • Development Level: Built
  • Lot Type: Rectangular
  • Lot Size: 125ft x 60ft
  • Year Built: 2013


This great investment project provides a nice panoramic view of the Caribbean Sea which is a mere two lots to the north. The property is set back one lot from the very busy Philip Goldson Hwy and therefore is perfect for commercial activities. As a matter of fact, a car rental is just on the opposite side of the property. Its lot measures 125ft wide by 60 deep and the adjoining lot is reserved public place to be used as a playground. The property has great commericial potential with the coming of the upgrade of the highway from 2 to 4 lanes in the immediate future.

The property can also be used as an apartment complex and the utility infrastructures are already in place to facilitate this. It can also be subdivided into about 12 rooms to facilitate a small hotel or six unit vacation rental. The potential for this property is endless.

About Belize City.

Located on the eastern side of Belize on the shores of the Caribbean Sea, Belize City is the largest city in the country. There are approximately 81,000 people living within the approximately 14 square miles of the city.

Belize City is the major sea, air and road transportation hub for the country and includes two airports. Tourism is the main industry in Belize City followed by oil, marine products and various agricultural products like sugar, bananas and citrus. Two of the major schools in Belize City are St. John’s College and the University of Belize which has two of the three campuses in the city. St. John’s College is the oldest in the city having been established in 1887.

Belize City was originally named Belize Town with roots dating back to 1638 when the British utilized the resources for logging and trade. The British and colonial influence is still seen throughout Belize City today within its small and congested streets. Although Belize is connected to the mainland, its English and Creole culture puts it more in line culturally with the Caribbean islands. Although the population is mostly Roman Catholic, as in most of the neighboring countries, Belize and Belize City have a higher percentage of Protestants than other countries in the region.

Here you’ll find the Street Art Festival, the famous Swing Bridge, as well as the St. John’s Cathedral which is the oldest known cathedral in Central America.

Belize City is located in a tropical climate with warm and humid temperatures year-round. The average high temperatures throughout the year are in the 80s with the hottest months being May and June. The coldest months are December and January.Total rainfall averages about 75 inches per year with over a quarter of the rain falling in September and October.

It is no secret that Belize City has had crime issues in the past but tourists from the United States, Canada and Europe are discovering the beauty of the country. This interest in Belize is increasing the demand for businesses such as hotels and shops which means the need for real estate is growing as well. Everything from luxurious developments to condos are being built in and around Belize City.

With its beautiful coastal waters and bustling city streets, Belize City is finding its way into the hearts of many retirees and expats seeking the ideal second home. As the economy continues to improve and tourism grows, so does the level of infrastructure.


Information is deemed to be correct but not guaranteed.