This 5.69 acre parcel of unspoiled rain forest land is located in Dominica between the Central Forest Reserve and Morne Trois Piton National Park and is near to the famous Emerald Pool which feeds the river which flows a short distance past the back boundary of the property. This boundary is the centuries-old Carib Trace, a historic trail constructed by the British in 1828 to connect the Carib Territory in the northeast to Canefield in the southwest, which now forms part of the Waitukubuli National Trail Network which crosses the length of the island.
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This rain forest land contains a number of different flowers and edible plants such as banana, grapefruit, breadfruit and watercress. It also contains a spring which is rated at approximately 60 gallons per minute. The colorful Jaco Parrot is among the many species of birds that can be seen almost daily in flight in the area.
The property has approx. 405 feet of frontage along the Castle Bruce highway – which leads to the Carib Territory and Melville Hall airport, the islands main airport. The land is relatively flat and easily buildable. Utilities such as phone, cable, internet, municipal water and 440V 3-phase electricity are accessible from the highway.
This rain forest land is an excellent commercial investment for various initiatives: subdivision and resale, a water-bottling or water-dependent business, hotel/guesthouse accommodations for nature lovers and trekkers of the national trail, as well as overnight in transit air passengers, or for a private personal estate.
At less than USD$1.00 a sq ft, this property is priced for a quick sale.