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House For Sale in Hannasbaai, St Helena Bay

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Asking Price : R 1 595 000 (81 170 EUR*)

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Province:Western Cape City:St Helena Bay Suburb:Hannasbaai Bedrooms:2 Bathrooms:2 Garages:1 Erf Size: ± 234 m2 Floor Size: ± 100m2 Rates:R 525 p/m Levies:R 0 p/m

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Call your Resident Hannasbaai Agent Now! Quaint, cosy, eco friendly north facing home - second house from the beach (only 20 m via permanent walkway)

DON'T MISS VIEWING this immaculate & very private low maintenance gem! It is ideal as a lock up & go weekend breakaway where you can really just relax and soak up the sun, or go kayaking, swimming, snorkeling, scrambling across the huge granite boulders, exploring the tidal pools, enjoying long walks on the sandy beach or avail yourself of the unique photographic opportunities the myriad of birds, seals, dolphins, whales and ocean going fishing vessels offer.

This unique property offers:
* total privacy with recycled plastic fencing extending above walls
* tiled throughout with wooden look alike tiles, ornate ceilings and contemporary light fittings and ceiling fans
* electric gate with intercom and carport
* open plan TV/family room with sliding door to tiled patio with retractable awnings
* cosy fireplace and a built-in braai with beautiful hand carved frame
* open plan kitchen with breakfast nook, double eye level oven, gas hob, air extractor, provision for dishwasher & washing machine and door to walled & paved back garden
* single garage with automated aluminium roll-up door and direct access to living area
* guest bathroom with sliding door, built-in cupboards, slipper bath, basin, WC & PVC ceiling
* second bedroom currently being used as music room and with internet & TV, but easily converted back into a bedroom
* main bedroom with built-in cupboards & en suite bathroom (shower, basin & WC)
* 12 x solar panels supplying 2400 W electricity (enough to power home in summer, and providing 2 hours electrical backup during power outs)
* 2 x 1,000 l rainwater tanks
* grey water supplying drip irrigation system
* alarm system & satellite dish
* bordering POS on the south side

Hannasbaai is a lovely and safe small neighbourhood bordering the calmest bay on the West Coast. It has only one access road and is located within minutes from all amenities St. Helena Bay has to offer, has NO LEVIES and is located in a crayfish sanctuary (no wetbikes allowed). It is ideal for long walks on the beach, picnics, kayaking and swimming, while kids can entertain themselves for hours in the shallow water, exploring and fishing the rock pools or scramble around on the granite boulders. Watch the sun rise over the Cederberg mountains, experience the fury of the north westerly storms in winter, and embrace the start of summer which is heralded by the return of thousands of Arctic terns. Dolphins and whales frequent the bay, while trek duikers, oyster catchers and birdlife abound.

The booming town of St. Helena Bay is only 150 km (1½ hours' drive) from Cape Town on the R27. It has its own infrastructure and offers a wide range of amenities such as De Palm Lifestyle Centre, Spar, Tops, OK Minimark & liquor store, gas stations, Agrimark, Mica hardware store, a nursery, hotel with restaurants, numerous coffee & curio shops as well as Municipal offices and public library. The powdery white beach at Golden Mile is only 8 km away for those who also want wave action and is adjacent to Shelley Point Golf Estate, where visitors can enjoy the facilities on offer at the Spa/Wellness Center and keen golfers can hone their skills on the challenging 9-hole golf course. Vredenburg and the West Coast Mall is a mere 20 minutes' drive away, as are the picturesque towns of Paternoster and Velddrift. Enjoy spectacular sunrises over the tranquil waters of the largest bay in South Africa, observe the coming and going of the fishing fleet in the harbour and revel in the beauty of the ocean and abundant fauna and flora.