Maranatha Land in Belmont Estate is situated on the north western section of Tortola, British Virgin Islands. The community is a mix of permanent residents, both local and expatriats, as well as part time residents. Approximately 150 parcels of land comprise the Estate. About 50 homes have been built.
The community sits on the hillside along two of Tortola's finest beaches including, Long Bay and Smuggler's Cove. Because of the geography, most homes offer expansive ocean views. Many residences are also within walking distance of one or two beaches. As a result, Belmont Estate is one of the premiere vacation locations on Tortola with many owners offering their properties as rental villas in the months they are not present.
The Belmont Pond is one of Tortola's great ecosystems and features a mangrove system and prolific bird habitat. A variety of birds are regularly observed in and around the pond including ducks, hawks, waders, and flamingos.
The pond further provides a basin to catch runoff during excessive rainfall. As the water reaches the pond, through a natural filtration mechanism, it slowly leaches into the sea, thereby preventing erosion and damage to the delicate ocean ecosystems.
Given the natural beauty, historical and environmental value, the neighborhood has been developed in such a way as to offer quiet and tranquil living harmonious with the surroundings. The result is a community that can be enjoyed by residents, locals, and visitors in one of the most beautiful locations imaginable.