Savusavu in the Region of Fiji
Address is Savusavu Township, Fiji Islands
Leo’s Land, a residential property, in Savusavu, Fiji Islands is for sale – price reduction.
Leo’s Land in Savusavu is a combination of two land titles of around .762 acres within the town boundries of Savusavu Township on the island of Vanua Levu in Fiji.
The hillside property looks out over the Savusavu yacht harbour and surrounding islands and out onto the Koro sea. The land itself has two levelled out areas to build housing as can be seen by the photos with this listing.
This is an ideal site to set up a family residence or a Guest House, Bed & Breakfast lodge which is a two minute walk to the centre of the town shopping area, Yacht Harbour, cafes and bars.
There are more and more visitors coming to Savusavu now days due to the quaint nature of the town and its wonderful beaches and scenery in the surrounding areas.
The land is made up of two separate Lots the total area being 3000 square Metres or near to.Town supply of water and electricity and other links are available at the road frontage.
This property is one set aside for those that want to build in their own piece of paradise, be close to the town and to have the greatest of views. Sunsets will glow into your living room windows and BBQs out front will be a tropical delight.
There are a number of excellent construction companies in the area that would have no problem building to your own design. Fixing extra rooms to complete that Guest House theme may well be the right way to make a little income in your place of paradise.
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Features- Savusavu, Fiji Islands
Whether you arrive by boat or plane, there is a sense of amazement at the stunning beauty of this “hidden paradise” when seen for the first time. The combination of the lush tropical greenery of the surrounding hills and age old volcanic peaks surrounding the turquoise blue waters of Savusavu Bay, make one feel as though discovering Fiji’s “hidden paradise” is a very personal experience.
Often called “The Friendly North”, one immediately notices the warmth & friendliness of the people on the streets of Savusavu that often gives that feeling of coming “home”. Savusavu is home to a diverse group of Fijians, Indo-Fijians and Europeans giving this little town a feeling of community.
Big smiles and the Fijian greeting “Bula!” is common as you walk along main street whether you are a local or a tourist. Savusavu’s easy living atmosphere and friendliness attracts a wide group of ex-patriots from all over the world. Some are “snowbirds” escaping winter for a few months at a time while many others choose to live full time in this island paradise. It is quite common to meet people who have sailed into Savusavu Bay on their boat and decide to stay permanently. Savusavu has that effect on people. Surprisingly, this small town has a lot to offer as it continues to grow and becomes a well known destination for investors and tourists.
The surrounding areas near Savusavu offer the largest concentration of freehold property in all of Fiji. A full range of accommodations including backpacker dormitory, hotels, resorts, private guest bungalows and homes makes it easy to take the time to explore Savusavu and get a feel for living in the area. With the availability of a wide variety of services, Savusavu is on the map as a lovely place to retire or start your own business. With world class diving, deep-sea fishing, sailing, snorkeling, yachting and hiking one doesn’t get bored living in Savusavu. Rotary Club has been instrumental in making improvements in the community and surrounding schools and villages.
The local open air market is full of friendly vendors selling colorful veggies, fruit and fish. Step into one of the handicraft shops and be amazed at what the local Fijian artists can do with the natural resources around them. The grocery store is well stocked with “European” foods as well as beer, wines and spirits. Several restaurants cater to many different tastes including Indian, Chinese, traditional Fijian fare, fresh fish and even pizza and sandwiches! If you like nightlife, there are several private clubs where the local expat and yachting community can be found. Often, these clubs have special fund raising activities and parties and the whole community gets involved. Although Savusavu seems worlds apart from wherever you’ve come from, just check your email from one of two Internet centers and find out what’s going on in the rest of the world.
Sit on the dock at the marina and drink in the beautiful scenery of Savusavu Bay. Savusavu isn’t for everyone but for those people who come to appreciate its uniqueness in the world, there’s nowhere else they’d choose to visit or live!
Savusavu website : http://www.fiji-savusavu.com/
Contact the Broker
Ross Larsen, the Tourism & Hospitality Business Broker that is acting as the agent for the Business Owner of this property, is happy to discuss this property’s details at any time – refer to the contact details on this page.
Price has been reduced to USD $ 115k from $195k or Fiji $245,000.