Three adjoining parcels with a combined land area of approximately 3.8 hectares located in an area known as Gua’a at the Talakhaya side (south side) of the island. Elevation is at approximately 150+ ft. A fresh water stream with live shrimp divides the properties in two parcels or sides and provides irrigation water for growing crops and fruit trees; small water fall is upstream on public land outside the boundary of the private land.
There are many varieties of fruit trees growing on lot as follows: avocado, a variety of coconut palms, star fruit and star apple, soursop, sweetsop, a variety of citrus (lime, lemon, calamansi, pomelo, grape fruit, green orange, tangerine), several mango varieties, several banana varieties, seeded and seedless breadfruit, pickle tree (Averrhoa bilimbi), etc., and native trees. An excellent fruit tree and vegetable producing land. Reinforced concrete fish tank present and being used to raise fresh water Tilipia fish using spring water from stream.
Excellent ocean view of the Pacific Ocean, the island of Guam and its night lights to the south, and mountain views to the west, north and east of property. Lot is road front along Route 100. Public water line is nearby and power utilities is not available, however, a great location for living off the grid with solar power.