Spacious executive villa in a nature conservation area overlooking a prestine beach and ocean.

Spacious executive villa in a nature conservation area overlooking a prestine beach and ocean.

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
3 Bathrooms

About our home

Specialy designed and built for ultimate optimisation of the splended views, this practical yet classic house offers open plan entertainment and dining areas, a spacious kitchen and guest toilet on the ground level. The 3 large bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms, 2 have private balconies and the main suite boasts with unobstructive sea views even from the shower. Add a laundry and a rooftop deck with views of a prestine 10 km beach, the village and dense indigenous vegetation on the other side for a perfect, luxury beach holiday.

Features

More about us

  1. We are a retired couple

  2. Besides the beach house we own a small holding where we grow organic vegetables

  3. We love nature and travel and enjoy meeting people from around the globe

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Buzzy restaurants
There are a number of restaurants nearby like Bushbuck Ridge, Thuli Lodge, Elephant Walk, Grassroof, Crossroads and Barnacles.
Cozy cafés
A convenience store and cafe situated in the village provides light meals and beverages and daily necessities 7 days a week
Retail therapy
Bay West Shopping mall is about 20 km from Blue Horizon Bay and offers a variety of shops, movies, restaurants and an ice rink.
Bit of culture
Port Elizabeth has many historical and interesting places to see, being one of the oldest and most Southern cities in the country. It was here that the 1820 Settlers landed and developed the town. Many of the original houses, monuments, cemeteries and other noteworthy structures like the Donkin Memorial and Fort Frederick still exist.
Walks in the park
There are various hiking trails available through the forest or leisurely walks on the beach.
Spot of exercise
Tennis and squash facilities are available for those who feels like a game.
Day tripping
Having your own transport also gives you the opportunity to explore the area and visit nearby places like Colleen Glen, Seaview, Beachview, Jeffreys Bay, Cape St Francis, Thornhill and the Addo Elephant Park.

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