Monthly Bond Repayment R16,405.37
Calculated over 20 years at 10.0% with no deposit. Change Assumptions
Web Ref No 3500475
Large north facing stand, with elevation which allows for views to the north and south
North facing stand allows for north entry to elevated stand, and from the top, the beautiful views over Cape St Francis and the sea reveal themselves, from shark point , the lighthouse and to the wild side
Looking north over the St Francis field the fynbos, trees and grassland expose themselves
The multiple options to design and beautiful home abound!
The neighbouring stand is also on the market for those who want an even bigger piece of land, or who want family close by, but still not too close!
The St Francis Field, established in 2000, is a licensed private airfield, with 50 two-acre stands on a 500 acre tract of land situated between the pristine beaches of Cape St Francis and the well-established St Francis Bay The 1,000m grass runway with 200m of overrun is owned by the St Francis Field Homeowners Association. Access for small aircraft to private hangers is via a system of grass taxiways. The runway has runway lights and is operational all year round Access to the development is through three electric gates, from Santareme, Cape St Francis (providing access to the beach) and to the R330 (Humansdorp road between St Francis Bay and Cape St Francis) The development has a broader appeal than to only the flying community, as the property is vast and has a population of small game and wide variety of bird life. The natural flora and fauna provide a wonderful back drop for those who enjoy wide open spaces, privacy and the ability take long walks within a safe environment. This is a secure, rural, tranquil and private environment within the confines of a nature area. Beautiful fynbos and indigenous trees abound making this a most desirable location, all close to the great St Francis Bay with all its attractions, beaches, two golf courses, beautiful beaches, canal system, the Kromme river, fabulous walking trails and hundreds of hectares of nature reserve