5 Bedroom House in Sandy Point
R 2 950 000
5 Bedroom House in Sandy Point
R 2 950 000Can I afford this?
Well not only the stars but certainly the lights around the Bay and on a clear night you will see an amazing array of stars in the night sky.
This exceptionally modern property has been built in such a way that all downstairs bedrooms have sea views.
Offering beautiful open plan living with views from almost every room makes this well designed home a truly light and airy home that has an easy living floor plan design.
The views of the bay are unobstructed and and should remain so for the foreseeable future.Sit in the indoor pool watching the sun set over the bay while you reflect on how fortunate you are to own one of the better homes in St Helena.Or perhaps you prefer to watch the sun rise over the bay - and know that you are in the only bay on the West Coast that can offer this magic..
From the moment you set foot into this property its charm will captivate you.
The design lends itself well to that of a guesthouse or simply as the ideal family home with 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. And the double garage can accommodate 5 cars too.
Every aspect of this master-built home is simply perfect. Its not often that we are able to offer such a magnificent 400m2 home for such an incredibly low price. To build a home like this today would cost you upwards from R3'400'000. so this is real value at the price.
Come and see the property - you wont want to leave. Be quick before the owner realises that he is giving it away.
2 Kitchens one with a huge walk in pantry
Open plan dining room
4 Living Areas
Indoor Pool with VIEWS
2 Double Garages with automated doors to park 5 cars. Builtin cupboards and laundry.
Boma in front garden
Additional storage rooms with sliding doors that can be converted into additional bedrooms.
Beautiful indigenous garden
Easy access to main road and any of the 18 bays that stretch from Laaiplek through to Shelley Point that makes up St Helena Bay
2 shopping centres in area
2 Fuel Garages
And lots of West Coast friendliness.
Call to arrange your private viewing now!
More about St Helena Bay
This great bay received its name from the Portuguese navigator, Vasco da Gama. He visited the bay on 7th November 1497 while on his pioneering voyage from Europe to the East, and named it the Bahai da Santa Elena, after the Religious Mother of Constantine the Great.
St. Helena Bay is one of the World's principal fishing centres. The cold Benguela current surges upwards along this part of the coast and bring to the surface large concentrations of nutrient salt. Huge shoals of anchovies and pilchards (before they were depleted by over fishing) fed in the area on the plankton which flourished on the nutrient salts.
The bay is also well known for its snoek, especially during the winter months.
St. Helena is especially beautiful since wheat fields reach down almost to the water's edge and only a tarmac road runs along the coast providing a boundary line between agriculture and fishing. Furthermore, because of the town's position it is the only town on the West Coast where the sun rises over the sea.
DOLPHIN & WHALE WATCHING
The southern right whales come annually from the Sub-Antarctic regions to calve and mate during the months of June to November. Humpback whales may be sighted during the months of October and November as these animals migrate south from their breeding grounds in tropical West Africa to their feeding grounds in the Antarctic. The bay is also popular for the dolphins schools of over 1 000
have been sighted at times. The bay also hosts a variety of marine birds, penguins and large colonies of seals.
Source Saldanha Bay Municipality web page/pages/about/St Helena Bay