Unique new townhouse estate launched in Fish Hoek

Private Property South Africa

Eden by the Bay, a brand new townhouse development with property from R2.795m is attracting huge interest from buyers.

As if you really need a reason to live or invest in Fish Hoek property, there are now 17 more reasons to do so according to Simon Tait and Carey Ann Pickford, agents for Seeff, who are marketing a brand new townhouse development, located a stone’s throw from the beach.

Eden by the Bay aerial view

The development, Eden by the Bay, is a secure sectional title gated estate, comprising of 17 duplex homes. It is designed by award winning architect, Stephen Forster who recently featured on the sought-after Top Billing (SABC3) lifestyle programme which showcased one of his architectural masterpieces.

Security will be top class with separate entrance and exit gates, the grounds will feature beautifully landscaped green areas and there will be no internal boundary walls. Residents will enjoy a fabulous lifestyle in a safe environment, say the agents.

The 150sqm modern homes each offer open-plan living, three bedrooms, two bathrooms as well as a guest toilet, balcony, garage and garden. There is a choice of finishes including AEG or Bosch stoves, Caesar stone quartz counter tops in the kitchen, Grohe or similar mixers, fabulous bathroom fittings including free standing baths and porcelain tiles.

Eden by the Bay home interior

Fish Hoek is located on a 1.5km stretch of white sandy beach and is surrounded by rugged mountains. It offers one of the safest towns and swimming beaches which, say the agents, is literally a two-minute walk from Eden by the Bay.

Restaurants and shops are also within a few minutes’ walk along the Main Road. The Clovelly Golf Course is a five minute drive as are a broad choice of outdoor and leisure activities associated with seaside living such as kayaking, surfing, swimming, hiking and more. There are excellent schools in the area and it is ideal to raise a family.

Eden by the Bay property balcony view

Fish Hoek appeals to a broad base of buyers, from young professionals and families to older, retirement buyers and the agents note that it is very popular for holiday and second homes, attracting buyers from across the country as well as foreign ‘swallow’ buyers. It is also popular for rentals, both residential and holiday and property is therefore also an appealing investment.

The agents suggest that interested buyers and investor hurry as these units are likely to fly off the shelf. The development is selling off-plan and there are various options to choose from. Prices start at R2.795m and there is no transfer duty payable.

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