This magnificent beachfront house is everything you would expect from a laid back beach house. The house has a fantastic setting, facing North, it has an unobstructed, panoramic view of St Helena Bay, with a quaint private sandy beach in front. Situated at the water’s edge the newly built double storey house is architecturally set to make the most of the picturesque view. The spacious covered patio with its beach style creates the feeling of lazing right there on the beach. The large folding doors open up the living room to form part of the patio. The aesthetic aluminium shutters form part of the modern features and serve as security. Apart from one bedroom and bathroom on the ground floor the whole of the bottom floor is one large open plan living room and kitchen with a scullery. This room has an eclectic style like a fire place/braai with a small window inside, that makes you want to linger in the homely atmosphere. The living space is large enough for a long dining table and lounge areas donned with a stylish Nordica Rosa stove. The kitchen is fitted with ceaserstone toppings and gas stove. The house is completed with a large automated double garage with space for the laundry facilities. 3 Water tanks with irrigation systems fitted, contributes to the water preservation in the Western Cape. The top floor houses two bedrooms of which the main bedroom is fitted with an open bathroom and a stylish bathtub in the room. The second bedroom has its own family bathroom. Both rooms lead out to a balcony that overlooks the beautiful coastline. The house is currently utilized as a self catering beach house advertised on Airbnb, The house is located in a new development on the beach front as you enter St Helena Bay. St Helena Bay is only one and a half hour drive from Cape Town along the R27 route and is an increasing popular holiday destination. Come and view this house and you might just find it to your liking.
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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