4 Bedroom House in Wavecrest
R 1 850 000
Wilna du Raan
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4 Bedroom House in Wavecrest
R 1 850 000Can I afford this?
Upmarket living in a security estate in Wavecrest - this house offers 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, an open plan modern kitchen and living areas. Double garages. The estate is fully walled and has a communal swimming pool as well as a gym. A must see!
In the late 1960s and early 1970s, Jeffreys Bay was known as a hippie hangout, where the now-burgeoning surf community originated.
Jeffreys Bay is one of the five most famous surfing destinations (no.2 on one best in the world surfing list) in the world and hosts the annual World Surf League (WSL) surfing event at Super Tubes during July.
A very long, fast, tubing right hand point break breaks along the west side of the bay. The break is regarded as one of the best right hand point breaks in the entire world, in both consistency and quality, in season. It has been divided up into several sections, including, from the top of the point, Kitchen Windows, Magna tubes, Boneyards, Supertubes, Impossibles, Tubes, the Point, and Albatross. Supertubes, which itself breaks for about 300m or more, is regarded as the best part of the wave.
Jeffreys Bay is a popular tourist destination because of its surfing opportunities and the Blue Flag beach.
Jeffreys Bay is famous for abundant seashells, great seafood and calamari. The nearby Kabeljous, Seekoei and Krom River lagoons host numerous water birds, and are also ideal for watersports like canoeing, boardsailing, and fishing. Every year, migrating whales make their way to Hermanus and Witsand to give birth, and whales can be seen breaching almost every day during the season.
Just northeast of the town, on the Kabeljous River, lies the Kabeljous Nature Reserve. It is a walk-about reserve, well known to anglers for a diverse number of fish. The Kabeljous estuary is one of the best preserved estuaries in the Eastern Cape. The lagoon is home to waterfowl, herons, and a variety of waders. Nearby, the Seekoei River Nature Reserve lies between Aston Bay and Paradise Beach. The reserve lies on the estuary formed by the Seekoei and Swart rivers. The reserve is rich in birdlife with over 120 species of birds. The lagoon is also home to numerous red-knobbed coots and small antelope. Fishing from boats is prohibited here. There is also a circular hiking trail that takes about three hours to complete. The trail starts with a trip on a raft across the lagoon and runs through fynbos and subtropical vegetation.
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Jeffreys Bay caters for a diverse range of people with a multi-functional lifestyle available in this unique environment. Famous for its world-class beaches, surf shops, and arts and crafts, J-Bay (as it's called by locals) is a quaint town, perfect for surfers. However, Tsitsikamma and the surrounding areas offer sight-seeing opportunities, as well as many activities for the outdoor enthusiasts.