- Price: $1,600,000 US
- Type: Beach Resort
- Status: Active
- Size: 4.45 Acres Beach
- Seafront: 278′. Main peninsula road front 270′
- Units: 8 + 2 rooms in main building. Manager’s home, workers rooms.
- Pier: 120′
- Location: Maya Beach, Placencia Peninsula
- I.D. RMB01
The Green Parrot is operated primarily as an accommodation destination for tourists visiting the southern region of Belize. Additional business activities include: dining service, bar service, gift shop services and tour services. The Hotel License (annual renewal required) is current and up to date.
The property is unique in its design and location. There are a total of 8 housing units (2 thatched roof cabanas and 6 two story beach houses). There is a 2 bedroom owners unit. The property has a treated water supply, electricity, septic systems, water storage system, backup generator, manager’s housing, staff /laundry house, garage, storage facility and hot water tanks. New swimming pool presently under construction to be completed Dec 1st 2018.
The restaurant and bar serves both resort guests and outside visitors. The Resort has a current (as of January 2018) Liquor License, which must be renewed annually.
Being midway up the Placencia peninsula, we have a more remote feel to the Resort. However, new development continues moving our way. Increasingly, we see more people staying at the Resort that are building homes in the area and new commercial properties (e.g., grocery store, furniture store, bowling alley) are now in the Maya Beach area.
Access to the property is by way of a feeder road from the southern highway, which leads to Placencia Village. The site improvements include a sand surface parking, footpaths to and from the cabanas, outdoor light and security lights, and landscaping. There are underground electrical, septic and gas lines.
An ideal opportunity for one to own their own piece of Paradise here on the Placencia Peninsula in Belize!
“You only live once”. Make sure you do have fun on the journey!
Description of Improvements:
Located on the lot are the facilities of Green Parrot Management Limited, a private company established under the laws of Belize. The company is primarily engaged in the hospitality industry which includes hotel, bar and restaurant, and tours catering to both national and international tourists.
Hence the improvements include the following:
This is a two story structure with the upper level taking up 50% of the floor area.
- A Restaurant, Bar, Kitchen, Storage Room, Office and Library on the ground floor and Owner’s Residence on the upper level.
- Eight timber Cabanas
- A Gift Shop
- Manager’s Residence
- Staff Quarters and Laundry Room Generator House
- Garage for 1 van
- Cement water tank – 5,000 gallons Timber pier with thatched palapa Septic System
It has a reinforced concrete foundation, ground floor, beams and columns. The restaurant floor is finished with saltio tiles.
The lower level walls are all concrete blocks, plastered and painted. The upper floor and walls are all timber with the walls cased internally with polished timber
Windows are single hung glass sash and louver. The door is solid mahogany, sanded and polished. There is an open timber deck above the residence.
The roof over the residence is of timber trusses with corrugated metal roof sheeting. The interior roof is mahogany finished wood. The roof over the Restaurant is of timber rafters and bay leaf thatched.
The Residence has tiles floors throughout. There are 2 bedrooms with queen size beds and storage units. There is a small kitchen with refrigerator and stove. Book shelves, 2 lounge chairs, and a sofa. There are 3 air conditioning units in the Residence. There is also a television and computer. The unit has a tiled shower, toilet and vanity with sink.
The building has a total floor area of 2,988 sq.ft.
Cabanas No. 1 thru 6 are constructed the same with living and bathroom on the lower level and a bedroom on the upper level. There is a covered deck on the lower level. One of the units has been dry walled and painted inside. The others are polished timber.
Windows are timber louvers in timber frame with insect screens, while the doors are timber batten sanded and polished. The remodeled unit has glass louver windows on the upper level.
The roof is of exposed timber rafters, timber decking, with asphalt shingles. All the exposed rafters and decking are sanded and polished. They have a floor area of 392 sq. ft. each.
Cabanas No. 7 and 8, are constructed similarly and have a bedroom and bathroom only. They have the same type of timber floor and walls. There is an outdoor enclosed shower. The roof is of timber rafters and thatched bay leaf roof. They have a floor area of 392 sq. ft. each.
This is a timber structure having bedroom, bathroom, living, dining and kitchen.
It has timber posts, walls and tile floor. Windows are timber louvers, the doors are panel mahogany external and hollow core plywood internal. The roof is of timber rafters with corrugated metal roof sheeting and ceiling of hardboard, painted. The floor area is about 450 sq. ft.
Staff & Laundry Building
A single storey building that has staff quarters in one section and laundry/storage in the other section. It has a reinforced concrete foundation, timber posits, floor wall and beams. The roof is of timber trusses with corrugated metal roof sheeting and no ceiling. Windows are timber louvers, while the doors are panel mahogany. The floor area is 336 sq. ft.
A single storey building it has reinforced concrete foundation, timber posits, beams, columns. Windows are tinted glass louvers. Doors are polished and sanded mahogany. The floor is tiled. It has a floor square of 336 sq. ft.
This is a timber structure with concrete floor, timber trusses, plywood decking and asphalt shingles. It has 64 sq. ft.
This is some 120 feet long and 6 feet wide. It has a deck of some 600 sq. ft. with thatched roof. The posts are of a concrete construction. The pier has a permit from the Government of Belize.
There are no zoning regulations or planning laws governing the use of the land on Placencia Peninsula, Stann Creek. Furthermore, there are no private restrictions or a deed restriction which would prohibit certain uses or specify particular building codes.