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Land for sale in Yucatan, Mexico

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Hi! I have 8 hectares or 20 acres for sale. The property is 200 meters by 400 meters and is technically a corner lot. The land is located on the edge of Dzidzantun, Yucatan. A small organic farm was originally planned for this property, but, unfortunately, I have to return to the states. The land is in a great location and has gone untouched since at least Hurricane Isedore in 2002. Not much is on the property that I know of. There could be wells and more but I have only surveyed the land a little. There is a nature preserve to the east. Inside the reserve there is an abandon rock quarry that provides fresh water all year long. So there is a lot of biodiversity in this area. To the north and south is raw land and to the West is a pitaya field The property is about a 20 minute walk to the park and market in town. Electrical lines run about 100 meters away and the water level depth is only about 5 meters in this area.
Dzidzantun is a wonderful pueblo to live in. It is known as the pueblo of teachers and has a higher standard of living than the average small town in Yucatan. For a town of only 8,000 people there is plenty of produce, meat and dry goods to be found. On Google Maps it does seem far from Merida, but it only takes about 45 minutes to drive to Altabrisa and 20 minutes to Motul. There is a nice highway located 10 minutes from the property that takes you straight to the periferico. I do not drive fast, so possibly less time for others. The land is located on the same road that leads to the beach which is located 15 Kilometers north. The beach community is called Santa Clara and there is excellent seafood there. There are also endless undeveloped beaches in the area to visit.
We are asking $35,000 US or 440,000 pesos. That is only 5.5 pesos a square meter. The land is clear and ready for any foreigners to own. We own it under a corporation and it was easy to buy. We have a clear title. Our lawyer was very thorough and made sure there are not debts or other problems with the land. Taxes are 800 pesos a year. Great opportunity for someone who wants to start their own homestead. Please send email if you are interested.
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We are interested in this property.  Do you have any more pics?  Is there water, electricity, trees?
Thank you.
Jeanmarie leewardohanaslp@gmail.com
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