This plot is located in a secluded valley, Sandy Point Heights, in the St Helena Bay escarpment. The area is a new development. This is a vacant stand with good sea views at an affordable price. It offers many possibilities for prospective buyers to make the most of the seaside holidays! At 875sqm the plot is more than the average size. The stand is fully serviced and there is no building time period. However, there are basic building guidelines to adhere to. You are allowed to choose your own architect. The development has levies of not more than R90 per month. The development is centrally situated in St Helena Bay above the North facing bay which is ideal for water sports and fishing and is well known for its abundance of birdlife. In Winter months the bay is buzzing with Snoek boats. Being just about 150 kilometers away from Cape Town along the R27 route, it is within easy reach of Cape Town and the International Airport. The plot is in close vicinity to the local SPAR and the harbor, and close to all other town amenities, including the Municipality, Police station, doctor and a petrol station.
St. Helena Bay derives its name from Vasco Da Gama, the first European who set foot on the West Coast of South Africa in 1497.
In the 1700’s the English used St. Helena Bay as a soldier’s outpost. Some of the original barracks is still in existence today.
In the years to come the fishing industry was established.
At first it revolved around the drying and salting of fish. Over the years it...
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