ROARING CREEK, CAYO DISTRICT
The course has a reputation of being tough as well as having plenty of character. The obstacles include water hazards on three holes, which are also home to crocodiles and fish. Birdlife is abundant and there is in excess of 120 different species on the property including toucans, parrots, falcons, owls, etc.
The house is a two-storey, well built, concrete structure. The downstairs contains the clubhouse, lockers, bar, restaurant, etc. as well as a workshop and storage area. The upstairs accommodation includes all modern amenities as well as satellite internet and tv. There is a large patio area on the roof.
The front boundary of the property is bordered with the Roaring River which flows all year and originates in the Maya Mountains. There is an abundance of nice trees and flowers/shrubs on the well-landscaped and maintained property and there is a picnic area near to the clubhouse.
There is plenty of scope for expansion and lots of potential due to new developments in the area. Following the University of Belize’s move to Belmopan, the US Embassy is also relocating from Belize City and Belmopan City is rapidly expanding. There is a demand for a quality restaurant and accommodation cabanas in a secluded, pleasant, easily accessible location just outside of the city and here there is plenty of room for anything of that nature. Eight cabanas are currently in various stages of completion.
The property is sold as a going concern and includes all equipment, machinery and spares, etc. This includes 4 golf carts, 4 drive-on mowers, a special mower blade sharpener, CAT 950B front loader, tractor, etc.