Exclusive!, Price is Per Lot $55,000 USD - Residential Land
Costa Maya Sapphire Beach Lots 3B and 4B are 36 meters wide and 95 meters deep and are located on the west side of the beach road with National Forest on the back of the lots. A maintained foot path just across the road allows access to the beautiful white sand beach of the Caribbean. Because the property is not directly on the beach, it’s more protected from potential storms, which is always part of living in a beach environment. Best of all, this Costa Maya Sapphire Beach lot is 1/3 of the price of direct beach front, and its thick with lush vegetation and palm trees of all types. Each lot is priced at $55,000.
Lot 3B 36 M wide and 95 M deep for a total of approximately 3,726 sq. mt; Lot 4B is 36 M wide and 75/95 M deep for a total of 3,757 sq. mt.
This lot is located at the north entrance to Costa Maya Sapphire Beach, which is two km (1.5 miles) from the paved access road that leads to Mahahual. Unlike other lots on the west side of the beach road, these lots have been cleared and prepared for future development. It’s zoned for high-density use and could easily be developed for a full or part time residence, or perhaps a small hotelito or bed-‘n-breakfast. The price of the lot, combined with its unusually large size, high-density zoning and accessible location, also make the lot ideal for a small commercial enterprise that could provide goods and services to this growing beach community. Perhaps more significantly, Costa Maya Sapphire Beach Lots are served by the brand new electrical grid extension. Rio Indio – Sapphire Beach is the only non-commercial beach community to have access to dependable, Federally-subsidized electricity outside of Mahahual.
Sapphire Beach is one of the most desirable addresses along all of the Costa Maya. That’s because Sapphire Beach is more than just a beach. It’s a community with a standing Home Owners Association that is committed to maintaining the beaches, the roads and the flora and fauna of the beach environment. Sapphire Beach was once part of a large coconut palm plantation, so coco laden palm trees and chit palms are the predominant landscape feature.
The small but vibrant beach resort town of Mahahual is only forty minutes away by paved road. Once a sleepy fishing village, Mahahual has grown into a popular beach resort town with charming hotels and a wide variety of dining and shopping experiences. At the same time, Costa Maya offers a wide range of spectacular water activities including snorkeling, scuba diving, deep sea and bone fishing, paddle boarding, kitesurfing, swimming and just plain relaxing on the beach. Click here to learn more about Mahahual Mexico: http://www.mahahualmexico.com/
Only several hundred meters offshore, the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef helps protect the coastline from possible turbulent seas. The coral reef, often known as the Mayan Barrier Reef, is the second largest barrier reef in the world – second only to the Great Barrier Reef in Australia – and extends 965 kilometers (600 miles) from the Yucatan Peninsula to Honduras. A diver’s and snorkeler’s paradise, the Reef is home to five hundred species of fish and one of the largest colonies of manatees on the planet.
All beaches are wonderful, but they’re not all the same. Some are known for surfing, some for surf fishing. Others are known for their playful waves or their quiet wading pools. Sapphire Beach is known for its powdery white sand and Caribbean aquamarine water – the kind of beachscape that sells postcards.
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