Property Pick - Coastal beauty in Southbroom

This prime property is located right on the beachfront and only a gentle stroll to Southbroom’s beaches, coves and scenic golf course - it is easy to see why it is our Property Pick of the day!

8 Bedroom House for sale in Southbroom, Hibiscus Coast

This elegant eight bedroom home currently operating as a guest house has all the relevant licences in place. 

The stylish entrance opens into an impressive hall with a sweeping double volume stairway. There are eight en suite bedrooms with magnificent sea views. Seven of these bedrooms have their own private patios. 

There are two luxurious king suites upstairs offering Jacuzzi baths, fridges, huge private patios with spectacular views of the ocean. 

The reception rooms are all located on the ground level and comprise glass enclosed patio where delicious breakfasts are served overlooking the pool and ocean.. The fitted kitchen, scullery and laundry is adjacent to this patio. Aluminium sliding doors open from the patio onto the pool and entertainment area. A conveniently situated gate allows direct access from the garden adjacent to the pool area to some of the most scenic beaches and coves on the Hibiscus coast. The golf course is also only a short stroll away. There are lounges, full bar facilities and guest toilet located on this level. 

There is a separate fully self-contained flat with superb ocean views comprising bedroom, en suite bathroom, galley style fitted kitchen, living room and partly covered patio. 

There is a conference room and spacious double garage. The property has ample secure parking areas. 

Southbroom offers several fine restaurants, tennis and bowls club. Hairdressers, coffee shop, beauty salons and a supermarket for everyday needs. The village of Southbroom centre’s around its scenic 18 hole golf course which has Impressive views of pristine beaches and the sea. 

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