Stunning Beach Property for Sale in Inhassoro, Inhambane Province, Mozambique!


Contact: Chris Pohl at chrisdawnpohl@gmail.com or +260 97 360 4443 or +260 97 536 2406


Rio Graca is a beautiful piece of undeveloped land for sale on the Southern side of Inhassoro, Inhambane, Mozambique.

Flat, well-drained Miombo/Brachystegia woodland mixed with Cashew trees and young Ilala Palms. Water: Fresh water, river estuary frontage – Garden use only. One well (the water table is about 5m – underground water is fresh and plentiful)

A Necessary proposal has been accepted for tourism: Boat Sheds for Hire, Fishing Charters and Accommodation. The focus of the project being on fishing, family holidays and eco-tourism.

Inhambane province, Inhassoro district, 4km South of Inhassoro town, Mozambique. Inhassoro is 85km from Vilankulos (and the Vilankulos International airport). With reference to the Bazaruto Archipelago – it is opposite the Northern tip of Bazaruto Island (25 minutes by boat – weather permitting) and 15 minutes from Santa Carolina (Paradise Island).

There is also excellent diving and snorkeling.

Rio Graca itself is several km along the beach, South of Inhassoro. A small river runs diagonally into the beach along the Southern border, causing a large pool of water which gives it a picturesque frontage and also has an abundance of birdlife. The land is set back from the beach and protected from cyclones.

Asking Price – Contact us
Complete sale of the company and property – transfer charges borne by the purchaser.

Size
Rio Graca is a piece of land 2 ha in area – 115m of beach and riverfront.

Co-ordinates
-21.571773,35.237429

Zoned for Tourism

Electricity
Main power line is 200m from the back of the property. This will require further investment to bring in to the property.

Topography & Fresh Water
Flat, well-drained Miombo/Brachystegia woodland mixed with Cashew trees and young Ilala Palms. Water: Fresh water, river estuary frontage – Garden use only. One well (the water table is about 5m – underground water is fresh and plentiful) A borehole has been sited and will be sunk to 17m.


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