R 1 350 000
Land Area: 963m²
Exclusive Mandate. Burnt Property. Vacant Land in Upmarket Extension 1, Brenton On Sea, Knysna
One of the last few, spectacular stands left ! Situated in a Cul de Sac.
Glorious Ocean View not to be missed !
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Slideshow: 534 Yellowwood Crescent (SP62)
R3 500 000
3 Beds 2.5 Baths 1 Garage
Floor Area: 149 m²
Rates: R 1660
Levy: R 1440
Sole Mandate. A location like no other in sought after Brenton On Sea, Knysna, Garden Route of South Africa.
Welcome to the next level of luxury. Claim Ownership of this exclusive corner unit in this pristine Complex that is architecturally designed with superb ocean views across Brenton On Sea. Step in and be struck by the harmonious ambience that radiates from every corner of this very special and charming beach apartment.
Here you can see, smell and almost touch the glorious Indian Ocean where dolphins create a daily spectacle against the panoramic backdrop of Brenton On Sea. This walking to the beach, a valuable piece of real estate is perfectly positioned as a rare opportunity to savour.
It offers comfortable entertaining, tranquil relaxation and the ability to work and play, all without stepping out of your front door ! In addition to the 3 bedrooms, the unit is packed with extras that include a state of the art kitchen and 24 hour armed response and CCTV cameras, north facing and open-plan living throughout, from the kitchen to the lounge and great outward flow to the quart yard and small, manageable garden.
Exquisite, glamorous and uniquely designed.
Waiting for your call !!
Key Property Features:
- 3 Bedrooms
- 2.5 Bathrooms
- 1 Dining Areas
- 2 En-suite
- 1 Garages
- 1 Lounges
- 2 Storeys
- Entrance Hall
- Family Tv Room
- Guest Toilet
- Scenic View
- Sea View
Slideshow: 17 Granada, 251 Steenbras Street
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.