Uitzicht 216-164

R 4 200 000
Exclusive Mandate
3 Beds 3 Baths 2 Garages

Floor Area: 240 m²
Land Area: 1000 m²
Rates: R 980 p.m.

Exclusive Mandate. A location like no other situated on the most sought-after stretch of beach on the Garden Route in Brenton On Sea, Knysna.

Here you can see, smell and almost touch the glorious Indian Ocean where dolphins almost daily create a spectacle against the panaromic backdrop the most famous Knysna Heads in the East and Buffalo Bay in the West.

This imposing home with modern finishes has earned its status within the secluded and secure, coastal, lifestyle village of Brenton On Sea and forms part of a nature reserve overlooking the ocean .. !

Your breath will be taken away from the moment you enter the unique designed entrance which leads up to the living and entertainment areas. The central lounge is filled with natural light, space and attention to detail. Large glass stacking doors create a spacious and sheer brilliance effect to the sun room with spectacular ocean views.

Additional extras are granite tops in the gastronomic delight kitchen, a state of the art gas stove and electrical oven, gas fire place in the open plan lounge and dining room, pre-paid electrical meter, walk-in pantry, 2 geysers, security beams and electronic garage doors.

Done & Dusted – You Owe It To Yourself !

Property Features:

  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • 2 Garages
  • 4 Open Parking
  • 24 Hour Security
  • Alarm
  • Balcony
  • Built-in Cupboards
  • Deck
  • 3 En Suites
  • Entrance Hall
  • Family / TV Room
  • Fence
  • Modern Finishes
  • Fireplace
  • Garden
  • Irrigation System
  • Kitchen
  • 2 Lounges
  • Patio
  • Paving
  • Pets Allowed
  • Reception
  • Tiles Roof Type
  • Satellite
  • Scenic View
  • Scullery
  • Sea View
  • Storage
  • 2 Storeys
  • Study
  • Walk-in Closet
  • Wheel Chair Friendly
  • Slideshow: Uitzicht 216-164 (SP60)

    653 Steenbras

    R 2 300 000
    Exclusive Mandate
    3 Beds 2 Baths 2 Garages

    OFFER PENDING

    Floor Area: 175 m²
    Land Area: 703 m²
    Rates: R 1400

    Exclusive Mandate. Cosy and Cut Log Home, designed with a luxurious indoor / outdoor flow.

    Perfectly positioned and walking distance to Brenton On Sea beach. Small, manageable garden and fully fenced. Sliding doors lead out to wooden decks. Stylishly refurbished and lovely open-plan kitchen flowing to lounge and dining room area.

    Enter a home of warmth, elegance, charm and a sense of tranquility.

    Key Property Features:

    • 3 Bedrooms
    • 2 Bathrooms
    • 1 Dining Areas
    • 1 En-suite
    • 2 Garages
    • 1 Lounges
    • Access Gate
    • Alarm
    • Balcony
    • BIC
    • Deck
    • Family Tv Room
    • Fenced
    • Fireplace
    • Garden
    • Kitchen
    • Laundry
    • Patio
    • Paving
    • Pet-Friendly
    • Scenic View
    • Sea View
    • Walk-In Closet

    Slideshow: 653 Steenbras (SP59)

    121 Gladiolus Street

    R850 000

    OFFER PENDING

    Land Area: 1043 m²
    Rates: R900

    Treat yourself to the best of two worlds Lovely Ocean and North Facing Views in an established and quiet part of Brenton On Sea.

    Burnt property. Build your house on the existing footprint.

    Not to be missed !

    Slideshow: 121 Gladiolus (SP58)

    Brenton

    Brenton on Sea is a suburb about 15km’s from Knysna; travel along the N2 towards George and take a right after the White Bridge. The settlement cascades down sloping hills which eventually ends in a “far as the eye can see” white sanded beach. The settlement was named after Sir Jahleel Brenton, who declared Knysna a harbour in 1818. If you are lucky enough you may even be able to spot the endangered Brenton Blue Butterfly. With street names such as Agapanthus, Watsonia, Protea and Stinkhout the whole suburb is a testimony to the variety of both fauna and flora.

    Adventure activities are countless at Brenton on Sea. Paraglide in safely off the top of a high hill (reachable only on foot) over the Indian Ocean or climb rocks that juts off the shore to fish for White Mussel Cracker, Garrick (Leerie), Kob and Grunter.

    Brenton’s beach is not an ideal one for swimming and surfing because of the strong rip tides and rocks close to shore, but it is perfect for lazing on the beach or having a picnic. The kids will love looking for shells and might even catch a glimpse of jellyfish or blue bottles that have been washed up to shore.

    If you’re feeling peckish after a fun-filled day, head up to Brenton’s choice of restaurants for a sundowner and snacks or a delicious pizza for something more substantial.

    Are you travelling alone? Pack a picnic basket with cheese, biscuits and wine and sit on a wooden bench over-looking the Indian Ocean from one of the many spectacular viewpoints.

    474 Freesia Place

    R 3 700 000
    4 Beds 3 Baths 1 Garages

    Floor Area: 280 m²
    Land Area: 630 m²
    Rates: R 1400 p.m.

    Yes, you can have everything ! Come on in and experience the perfect blend of modern architecture and upmarket design in a Cul de Sac location.

    Sip cocktails watching the sun set in this magnificent home, features four spacious bedrooms, all neatly tiled and built-in cupboards, as well as three modern bathrooms, with one being the master en-suite. This home offers a comfortable, small chef’s kitchen with granite counter tops and ample kitchen cupboards … the place where delectable meals are created.

    The kitchen, lounge, dining room and master en-suite are on the top level and the rest of the bathrooms, bedrooms and 2nd lounge / entrance hall on the lower level. Large entertainment decks, loads of natural light and a beach theme interior throughout the house complete the picture. (Available at an additional 200K).

    Brenton On Sea… your Holiday / Permanent Haven, only 15km from Knysna on the Garden Route in South Africa !

    Key Property Features:

  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • 1 Dining Areas
  • 1 En-suite
  • 1 Garages
  • 2 Lounges
  • 1 Storeys
  • Air Con
  • Alarm
  • Balcony
  • BIC
  • Deck
  • Entrance Hall
  • Family Tv Room
  • Garden
  • Guest Toilet
  • Kitchen
  • Laundry
  • Patio
  • Paving
  • Pet Friendly
  • Scenic View
  • Sea View
  • Storage
  • Slideshow: 474 Freesia Place (SP57)

    515 Keurboom Street

    R 2 950 000
    Exclusive Mandate
    2 Beds 2 Baths 2 GaragesOFFER PENDING

    Floor Area: 124 m²
    Land Area: 763 m²
    Rates: R1130

    Exclusive Mandate in Upmarket Brenton On Sea.

    The Perfect Match .. step into this modern, double storey home, situated on a corner and enjoy tranquility and a relaxed lifestyle. Open-plan living areas with sliding doors to spacious balconies to sit and soak in the extensive sea views.

    State-of-the-art and modern open plan kitchen, tastefully installed with a double door fridge/freezer, an eye level oven and induction cooker and extractor fan. The kitchen allows direct access to the court yard and double garage. Automated garage door.

    Other attractive features include a store room below the stairs for additional storage, a louvre roof on the entertainment deck for which allows ample light and sunshine if you so require. The windows contain of 100% sunblock blinds on 3 sides for extra privacy or to block the sun completely if you so wish. A glass sliding door with an additional security door provides access to the luscious garden.

    A spacious tiled storeroom which can be utilized as a man’s cave, study, office or hobbyist.

    This dream home is nestled in the precise location that boasts an exquisitely landscape setting and even a spot to park your boat !!

    Key Property Features:

  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 1 Dining Areas
  • 2 En-suite
  • 2 Garages
  • 1 Lounge
  • 2 Storeys
  • Alarm
  • Balcony
  • BIC
  • Deck
  • Entrance Hall
  • Family TV Room
  • Garden
  • Kitchen
  • Laundry
  • Patio
  • Paving
  • Pet Friendly
  • Scenic View
  • Scullery
  • Sea View
  • Storage
  • Study
  • Walk In Closet
  • Slideshow: 515 Keurboom Place (SP55)

    Watsonia Avenue

    R 2 700 000
    Negotiable
    6 Beds 4 Baths

    Floor Area: 260 m²
    Land Area: 1396 m²
    Rates: R 1500

    Brenton On Sea. Time to escape the rat race and come home to an exclusive, secure, coastal village in a perfect location.

    This private iconic sanctuary enjoys a tranquil setting with captivating north facing views and only 15km situated from Knysna on the Garden Route in South Africa.

    The house offers ample accommodation possibilities and a stone throw away from easy access to the beach. Surrounded by prestigious houses.

    A Very Good Place To Start ! Contact me Now !!!

    Key Property Features:

    • 6 Bedrooms
    • 4 Bathrooms
    • 1 Dining Areas
    • 2 En-suite
    • 1 Lounges
    • 2 Storeys
    • Balcony
    • BIC
    • Entrance Hall
    • Garden
    • Garden Cottage
    • Kitchen
    • Pantry
    • Paving
    • Scenic View
    • Storage

    Slideshow: Watsonia Avenue (SP54)

    Blue Flag beaches

    The Wildlife & Environment Society of South Africa (WESSA) has announced that 66 Blue Flags will be flown at 46 beaches, eight marinas and by 12 sustainable tourism boats around South Africa over the forthcoming 2018/19 Blue Flag season.

    The Blue Flag program is focused on the conservation of marine and coastal habitats, and is designed to raise environmental education and awareness, and increase environmental practices.

    To achieve Blue Flag status, as many as 33 different criteria spanning four aspects of coastal management must be met and maintained:

    • water quality,
    • environmental education and information,
    • environmental management, and
    • safety and services.

    Each Blue Flag site is compelled to conduct several environmental education activities during the year, and practice effective and efficient conservation management.

    This year 24 beaches across three provinces have been awarded ‘pilot status’ and throughout the 2018/19 Blue Flag season WESSA said it will work with beach managers stewards from these pilot beaches towards the longer-term goal of achieving full Blue Flag status.

    You can find the full list of Blue Flag beaches below:

    Summer is around the corner

    Beautiful sunset at Brenton-on-Sea, Eden, Western Cape, South Africa.

    Millwood

    In the late 1870’s alluvial gold was found in the forest streams west of the Knysna River. It took a while to assess the value of the find but by 1887 the rush was on. Where once there had stood only a small water-powered sawmill in the forests, suddenly there appeared a town with six hotels, three competing newspapers, over twenty shops and banks, and a population estimated at more than 700 fortune-seekers.

    There was gold, both alluvial and reef gold, but not very much of it. After a few exciting years the mines began to close, the diggers moved on to the Witwatersrand and the site of the short-lived boom town returned to nature. Today it is almost impossible to believe that a town once existed here. What was once its main street is just another track through the forest.

    To explore the old goldfields, take the Rheenendal road and immediately after passing through the village turn right onto a gravel road signposted Bibby’s Hoek. This brings you to the shady picnic site of Krisjan-se-nek in the heart of the indigenous forest. Driving on from here, keep left where the road divides, and at the second fork go left again. This road leads down into Jubilee Creek, an attractive picnic and braai area and one of the streams where alluvial gold was found. A footpath leads upstream along the right bank, bringing you eventually to several old mine openings and a small pool at the foot of a waterfall.

    When you drive back from Jubilee Creek turn left at the first fork. After about 4 kilometres you reach the site of Millwood, passing on your right a road to the old town cemetery, and then reaching a fork. The road leading left here, merely a forest track now, was once Millwood’s main street. If you take the road leading right, and at the next fork go right again, you will eventually reach the boiler of an old steam engine in a clearing on your left; this was the site of the stamp battery for the old Bendigo mine.

    A sign her points downhill to the opening of the main Bendigo tunnel, which you can reach most easily by driving back the way you came and taking the first turn to your left. The tunnel reaches 200 metres into the hillside but is too dangerous to explore.