Luxury open plan living area home overlooking the sea and mountains.

Luxury open plan living area home overlooking the sea and mountains.

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Our home, situated at the end of a cul-de-sac in a tranquil residential area of Mossel Bay (voted South Africa's 2017 town of the year) in close proximity of the town centre, shopping malls, supermarkets, good restaurants, game farms/lodges, white sandy beaches and the Garden Route Casino, is comfortable, clean and spacious and a pleasure to live in.

It is 40 km (30 minutes) from the George Airport.

The home has 3 double bedrooms and an open plan living area with fully equipped kitchen. The main bedroom and living area/kitchen have a spectacular sea view.

The living area as well as the main bedroom has a large glass sliding door leading to the balcony with a 180 degrees view of the sea and mountains. The roofed balcony has a built-in barbeque. Adjoining the balcony is the terrace with swimming pool from which the ocean can be viewed. The back yard is privately walled with a very beautiful garden.

There are 2 garages with remote controlled doors as well as off-street parking.

The home is equipped with an alarm system connected to 24/7 armed response.

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Mossel Bay is a harbour town with about 130,000 people on the Southern Cape (or Garden Route) of South Africa. It is an important tourism and farming region of the Western Cape Province. Mossel Bay lies 400 km east of the country's seat of parliament, Cape Town (which is also the capital city of the Western Cape Province) and 400 km west of Port Elizabeth, the largest city in the Eastern Cape Province. The older parts of the town occupy the north-facing side of the Cape St Blaize Peninsula, whilst the newer suburbs straddle the Peninsula and have spread eastwards along the sandy shore of the Bay.
The town's economy relied heavily on farming, fishing and its commercial harbour until the 1969 discovery of natural offshore gas fields led to the development of the gas-to-liquids refinery operated by PetroSA. Tourism is another important driver of Mossel Bay's economy.
Mossel Bay’s human history can, as local archaeological deposits have revealed, be traced back more than 164,000 years.
The modern history of Mossel Bay began on 3 February 1488, when the Portuguese explorer Bartolomeu Dias landed with his crew at a point close to the site of the modern-day Dias Museum Complex.
Mossel Bay’s climate is mild throughout the year as the town is situated in the area where the winter rainfall and all-year rainfall regions of the Western Cape Province meet. Its weather is influenced by the Agulhas current of the warm Indian Ocean and by the presence of the Outeniqua Mountains. Mossel Bay receives 80% of its rainfall at night.

Average temperatures:

------------------------------------Day time Night time
Summer (September – April)... 26ᵒ C 12ᵒ C
Winter (May – August).............. 19ᵒ C 8ᵒ C

Buzzy restaurants
Delfinos, Kingfisher, Sea Gypsy, Kaai4, Cafe Gannet, Admirals Buffet Restaurant, Cattle Baron Steakhouse.
Cool bars
Garder Route Casino
Cozy cafés
Baruch's, Coffee @ Work, The Merchant, Blue Shed.
Retail therapy
Langeberg Mall, Hederand Mall, Spar Supermarket
Bit of culture
The Point, Diaz Museum, Pinnacle Point.
Walks in the park
Pinnacle Point hiking trail.
Spot of exercise
Oxigim
Day tripping
Surrounding seaside villages & game parks

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