Monthly Bond Repayment R16,887.88
Calculated over 20 years at 10.0% with no deposit. Change Assumptions
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Stunning beachfront unit in Winklespruit.
If you are looking for a stylish unit in an upmarket sectional title complex, you have to view this unit. The Boardwalk is situated in a cul de sac in a very quiet section of the Sapphire Coast. The complex is built on the beach front.
The unit is very spacious and lets in loads of natural sunlight. All three bedrooms as well as the open plan lounge and dining room walks out to the balcony. From the balcony you can enjoy the beauty of the Indian Ocean and watch the dolphins and whales play. The kitchen is modern and open plan with the lounge which gives the entire living area a feeling of happy, fun and joy where one can create good memories for years to come.
Winklespruit is a small seaside resort north of the mouth of the Illovo River in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. It forms part of eThekwini. On May 10, 1875 the schooner Tonga which was carrying wares for Durban was wrecked here. The sailors not wanting the cargo to go to waste set up a store on the river bank and sold the water damaged goods. The store was known by the Afrikaans as winkel (shop). Winklespruit is located between Amanzimtoti and Illovo Beach which is a 25min drive to Durban and a 15min drive to Scottburgh. Winklespruit is a popular destination for holiday makers therefore a good area for any investor buyer. The complex is well maintained and managed, therefore, if you are buying for yourself your investment will be well taken care of.
Amanzimtoti is a coastal town just south of Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. According to local legend, when the Zulu King, Shaka, led his army down the South Coast on a raid against the Pondos in 1828, he rested on the banks of a river. When drinking the water, he exclaimed “Kanti amanzi mtoti” (isiZulu: “So, the water is sweet”). The river came to be known as Amanzimtoti (“Sweet Waters”). The Zulu word for “sweet” is actually mnandi, but, as Shaka’s mother had the name Nandi, he invented the word to replace mnandi out of respect not to wear out her name. Locals frequently refer to the town as “Toti”
The town is well known for its warm climate and numerous beaches, and is a popular tourist destination, particularly with surfers and the annual sardine run attracts many to the Tyron Beaches.
Recep. Rooms 2
Floor Size 189m²
Land Size 15,963m²
Pets Allowed Yes
Monthly Rates R1,295.00
Monthly Levy R2,620.00