Coastal property gems

South Africa can proudly boast with some of the most picturesque coastlines in the world - and with these beautiful landscapes comes breathtaking coastal properties! We take a look at some of these properties in Port Elizabeth, Umhlanga, Hermanus and Knysna.

Theescombe, Port Elizabeth

4 Bedroom Small Holding for sale in Theescombe, Port Elizabeth

This property in Theescombe, Port Elizabeth is the perfect escape from the rat race with the incredible surrounding landscape. Not only are you getting a home packed with potential you are also going to live in the ‘Friendly City’ - what is better than that?

Umhlanga Ridge, Umhlanga

6 Bedroom House for sale in Umhlanga Ridge, Umhlanga

Stunning sea views, architectural design and security - what more could you ask for in a property? Situated in one of the most sought after areas in Umhlanga this mansion is the coastal dream you have been looking for.

Chanteclair, Hermanus

3 Bedroom House for sale in Chanteclair, Hermanus

This home is situated in the popular Chanteclair suburb of this beautiful Western Cape town. Chanteclair is situated on the slopes of the Onrus Mountain in Hermanus and is well know for both its swimming and surfing beach, lagoon and coastal path. 

Thesen Island, Knysna

3 Bedroom House for sale in Thesen Island, Knysna

There is just something about Knysna and the magical Thesen Island just adds to this allure. This beautiful home offers incredible surroundings, beautiful views and a touch of class you will only find here.

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