Esales Property ID: es5553366
With its stunning coastlines, historic sites and laid-back atmosphere, South Africa continues to be one of the most desirable places across the world to be. On offer here is a chance to invest into this mesmerising part of the world with this excellent property.
House:-Cavity Brick Home, Terracotta Tile roof with Isolation , Pine Ceilings. all floors tiled , Fireplace with Ironwood surrounds, Walk-in pantry (6 sq.m.)with shelves, In-house Vacuum Cleaner (2 outlets)one study with bed(included), Laundry, Bedroom With dressing room an shower and bathroom double bed(included) Bedroom two single beds(included) Passageway with shelving. second shower and bath with shower option. plus toilet Two Brick archways from lounge to Study and Lounge to kitchen Lounge 15x 5m. main entrance door Zimbabwean Teak surrounded by tinted glass Panels. Solar Hot water system, recently replaced geyser. the house is all secured with “trellidoor” on All windows and doors.
Out buildings attached to house:- Sleepout/office 9sq.m.Tiled floor, Toolroom bench and shelves Tiled floor, No window8 sq.m. , Garage /workshop Garage door(role-up) and window 30.m. Kliplock roof.
Garage complex All Cavity facebrick ,one garage with side entrance, 48 sq.m. 4 garage doors 190 sq.m. also with Kliplock Roof.
Greenhouse 320sq.m. 3m. at highest Brick and Fibro benches floor all concreted three wind driven air extractors. room at end 13 sq.m.
House is surrounded by wide concrete path and Brick Garden beds
About the Area
Bathurst is about 12 kilometres inland from Port Alfred, on the R67 road, in the Eastern Cape province of South Africa, and is named after Henry Bathurst, 3rd Earl Bathurst, Secretary of State for the Colonies by Sir Rufane Donkin.
Bathurst has become a village of retired academics, artists, eccentrics and pineapple farmers. You will not fail to notice ‘The Big Pineapple’ on the outskirts of the town, a 16.7 metre, 3-storey high fibreglass pineapple. This monolithic faux fruit looms over a field of real pineapples, the principal crop in the area. Following the motto of ‘today’s machinery is tomorrow’s history’, the Bathurst Agricultural Museum was established in 1970 as a home for old farming implements.
What began as a 30-item display has now developed into a remarkable museum with more than 1 300 objects. Ox wagons, steam engines, old tractors, ostrich incubators and dairy utensils are but a few farming artefacts to be seen. Bathurst neighbours the Waters Meeting Nature Reserve, home to many species of animals, birds and plants. The reserve offers hiking trails, picnic spots and remarkable views of the river and valley.
Whether you’re in the mood for an informal seaside escape, an encounter with the “Big Five” on safari, or a choice of scintillating city diversions, you’re sure to find what you’re looking for in the Eastern Cape. Scenic diversity is one of the most striking characteristics of the region, ranging from the lush, evergreen Tsitsikamma Forest to the rugged Baviaanskloof Wilderness Area, the southern slopes of the Drakensberg and the arid Great Karoo.
Alternating between sweeping sand, river mouths, rocks and covers, the coastline is a paradise for water sports enthusiasts. Among them, surfers ride the perfect waves, anglers reel in king-size catches, and board sailors revel in the challenge of the wind. Sunshine all year round, fine leisure resorts and splendid facilities ensure that the great outdoors is always in style.
When pleasures of a more sophisticated kind appeal, you’ll find plenty to entertain you in Port Elizabeth and East London. Both are ideal for family holidays, large enough to offer all the amenities of a city, yet small enough to be genuinely welcoming and friendly. They also provide convenient access to unspoiled areas of exceptional natural beauty.
• Beds: 4
• Bathrooms 2
• 255m2 living space
• Stunning views
• Close to essential amenities like such as supermarkets and pharmacies
• Close to many excellent restaurants
• Great base from which to discover other fantastic areas of South Africa
• Many excellent sports facilities, fishing, walking and cycling areas nearby
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