478 Steenbras

R 1 800 000
Exclusive Mandate – Negotiable
3 Beds 3 Baths 2 Garages

Floor Area: 160m²
Land area: 682m²
Rates: R580

Yes !!!! You can have everything !!!

Quaint, Well-Built Log Cabin nestled in sought after and popular holiday destination, Brenton On Sea.

This exclusive beach cottage offers 3 bedrooms en-suite with large open plan lounge and open-plan living space leading and decks.

Keeping the needs of the clients in mind, it offers a home to suit everyone built on two levels and offers the following features : Modern well fitted kitchen, fireplace, doors from 2 bedrooms leading to open outside deck, double volume ceiling for loads of natural light, lovely north facing deck and 2 x 5 000 litres rain water tanks and pump.

In addition to the large double garage, there is plenty of driveway parking for visitors and a private established luscious garden with large indigenous trees.

Ideal for holiday occupation, permanent living or just as an investment ..

What are you waiting for ??!!!

Key Property Features:

      • 3 Bedrooms
      • 3 Bathrooms
      • 3 En-suite
      • 2 Garages
      • 1 Lounges
      • 2 Storeys
      • BIC
      • Deck
      • Fenced
      • Fireplace
      • Garden
      • Kitchen
      • Laundry
      • Patio
      • Pets Allowed


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575 Steenbras Street

R1 450 000
Land for sale
Exclusive Mandate

Land area: 1 188sqm
Rates: R1 600 p.m.

A Very Good Place To Start .. in Brenton On Sea !!

Magnificent land situated on the edge of the ocean and build your dream home like you always wanted !

One of the last stands in this class and worth every cent !

Going, Going .. Gone … !!

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726sqm Land for sale

R 850 000

Land Area: 726 m²
Rates: R 1600

Flat corner stand with stunning sea view available in Brenton-on-Sea, popular seaside village approximately 15km from Knysna in the beautiful Garden Route in the Western Cape of South Africa. Situated in a prime and secure neighbourhood.

Ideal for multi-level building. One of only a few left.

Priced to go!

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461 Mountain Rose Drive

R 3 200 000
4 Beds 2 Baths

Floor Area: 230 m²
Land Area: 954 m²
Rates: R 920

Full of appeal and designed to provide the discerning buyer with an authentic, relaxed lifestyle with unspoilt views of the pristine, secluded Brenton On Sea.

This modern, light and aerie timber framed home offers 3 sea-facing bedrooms and one facing east with a lovely, charming bay-window. Breakfast is served on the ocean facing deck where dolphins and whales are easily spotted.

The back of the house opens out onto spectacular sea views, offering stylish, spacious and comfortable accommodation, all on one level ! The focal point is the large open-plan lounge, dining room, kitchen and TV room. Separate guest toilet facility. Old World Charm in 2nd bathroom.

Additional extras : Rain water tank, alarm system, NO STEPS, 2 Geysers, established garden

Now you can have it all Tasteful Artistic finishes, safety and a prime location !

Key Property Features:

  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Alarm
  • Deck
  • Guest Toilet
  • Scenic View
  • Sea View

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Properties for sale in Brenton-on-Sea

It is the year 2017 and Sophie from Sophie’s Properties is celebrating 10 years selling houses and vacant land in Brenton-on-Sea.

Brenton-on-Sea is situated in the scenic Garden Route – a popular tourist destination in the Western Cape of South Africa.

This small town with its picturesque landscapes offers a beautiful view of the Indian Ocean. It brags with top quality and fairly priced modern houses, waiting for their next owner.

Restaurants in Brenton-on-Sea

Two popular restaurants are situated in town:

  • Butterfly Blu
  • Nautical South

The name for the Butterfly Blu restaurant was, evidently, derived from the Brenton Blue butterfly populating the area.

Things to do in Brenton-on-Sea

  • The beach walk
  • Paragliding

Towns closest to Brenton-on-Sea

  • Knysna
  • Buffels Bay
  • Thesen Island
  • Leisure Island

2017 Calendar

“Celebrating 10 years in Brenton-On-Sea” – this is the top banner for the 2017 calendar for Sophie’s Properties.

Sophie is a well established estate agent and prominent figure at Brenton-On-Sea in the Western Cape. As a talented salesperson she always serves your home to you with a passionate and warm smile.

Being the ultimate estate agent in Brenton-On-Sea, Sophie generally has the most exciting ideas of brightening up her calendars. From a school girl, super woman, property mermaid, Sophie on safari and Sophie on the beach to Sophie Santa Clause!

Cheer up each of your months in 2017 with the Sophie’s Property almanac on the wall!

Christmas 2017

What a glorious Christmas it was in 2017! On a coastal town like Knysna, tourists were buzzing around and the CBD was hectic with those doing last minute shopping.

Of course, Brenton-on-Sea was no different – a bit more relaxed I would say. It sure was nice to see all the unfamiliar faces and visitors taking a stroll on the beach, youngsters sunbathing and couples in love sitting close together on the rocks.

Then there were the braaivleis smells in the air, the midnight fireworks celebrating the dawning of the New Year and sometimes a bit of loud music, but it did not bother me much.

It surely is a festive season to remember…

Commission Structure timeline

Residential Agent Commissions

1993: –
It is an offence under the Estate Agents Affairs Board (EAAB) Code of Conduct (Clause 8.2) for estate agents to tell clients that their commission rate is prescribed by law, the EAAB, the Institute of Estate Agents of South Africa (IEASA) or anyone else.

1990 – 2000: –
The IEASA recommended professional fees and commissions for estate agent’s services by publishing a Tariff Book for use by its members. The Tariff book recommends minimum fees, hourly rates an sales commissions to be charged by estate agents who are IEASA member for property administration services. The Tarriff Book recommended a 7.5% commission on residential property sales. The 7.5% rate therefore served as a benchmark in the estate agency industry for residential property sales.

2002: –
The tariffs were last published by the IEASA.

2004: –
The IEASA no longer issues any guidelines on estate agent commissions and fees. This practice was discontinued in view of changes in the competition laws which meant that it was anti-competitive.

2013: –
There are currently no official or unofficial guidelines or tariffs whatsoever.

Estate agents are free to charge whatever commissions and fees they choose.