This is a charming two-bedroom holiday cottage situated in the second row from the sea, with easy access to the beach of Hannasbaai in St Helena Bay on the Cape West Coast. When you enter this quaint house over the covered patio, you come into the open plan living/dining room with its open plan kitchen. The kitchen which has a back door that leads out to the garden is fitted with an eye-level oven and a gas hob with an extractor. The living room has a built-in braai as well as a cosy freestanding stove that provides heat in those wet winters on the West Coast. The rest of the house flows from the living room to the two bedrooms of which one is currently opened up to be utilized as a music room. Both rooms are serviced by their own bathroom. The main bedroom has an en-suite consisting of a shower, basin and toilet. The other bathroom has an added freestanding Victorian bath. The lovely sunny cottage is beautifully decorated with features like stain glass doors. The house has a single garage that can be accessed from the house. The cottage is fitted with a 2400 watt solar system that provides sufficient electricity for the summer months. A green zone to the back of the house creates a spacious feeling to the garden. This cottage allows for some unique holiday /rental opportunities in the popular Hannasbaai with its North facing bay. It is ideal for water sports and fishing and is well known for its abundance of bird life. In winter months the bay is buzzing with Snoek boats. The view of Sandy point Harbour is even more beautiful at night with all the boats lit up as they enter the harbour. Hannasbaai is in close proximity to the local SPAR and the harbour, and close to all other town amenities, including the Municipality, Police station, doctor and a petrol station. Hannasbaai is only one and a half-hour drive from Cape Town along the R27 route and is an increasingly popular holiday destination.
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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