Vacant Land Residential for sale in Blueberry Hill 1002151

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R 399,000
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Property Type
Vacant Land Residential
Stand Size ±550 m2
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    Points of Interest within a 20km radius
    St. Helena Bay Police Station6.45 km
    Curves - Vredenburg16.90 km
    Weskus Mall18.45 km
    Saint Helena Bay (Afrikaans: St. Helenabaai) is a settlement in West Coast District Municipality in the Western Cape province of South Africa. Nicknamed by locals as Agterbaai,[2][3] the town is located on the shore of the bay, from which it derives its name[4] and is approximately 150 km north of Cape Town, South Africa. It surrounds the towns of Vredenburg and Paternoster, and is located across the bay from Laaiplek. Historically, Saint Helena Bay is the location where Vasco da Gama, first set foot in South Africa. The date of this event was recorded as November 7, 1497. The bay was named Bahia de Santa Helena (Portuguese for its current name) after Saint Helena a devout, influential Christian and mother of Constantine I. This location was also the first setting of a battle between the indigenous Khoikhoi people and a European explorer took place.

    Saint Helena Bay is a major fishing town. It is home to Sandy Point Harbor - one of two ports to the bay, (the other being in Laaiplek) on the West Coast of South Africa. In winter it is host to many fishing activities, where snoek is found in its waters, as well as an endangered species of rock lobster and crayfish. The bay has a high number of pelagic fish, and consist of eleven fish processing factories. Saint Helena Bay is the only area along the South African West Coast where the sun rises across the bay. The reason for this is its unique location, where by the town itself faces north east and almost north. It is described as "calm and tranquil" as quoted from the Portuguese explorer, Vasco da Gama. The region of Saint Helena Bay is sub-divided into various suburbs, namely (from east to west): Laingville, West Point, Steenberg's Cove, Hannasbaai, Britanica Heights, Harbour Lights, Sandy Point, Blueberry Hill, Columbine, Mid-West and it incorporates the neighboring towns of Stompneusbaai and Britannia Bay. It includes a total of eighteen smaller bays.

    Tourism and events
    On the actual site of Vasco da Gama's arrival is a monument. Other attractions include dolphin and whale watching as well as sightseeing. Saint Helena Bay is regular host to the St Helenabaai Seefees, (Afrikaans, translated as St Helena Bay Sea Festival). This event is hosted by the town's Tourism association and takes place annually in December during the South African summer season. Its surrounding areas include attractions such as the Cape Columbine Lighthouse (19.7 km from St Helena Bay).

    To the west of Saint Helena Bay, is a secure golfing estate known as Shelley Point.
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