A 9.5 hectare, coastal property which includes three main houses and a cottage, incorporates unspoilt fynbos, its own streams and dams, has spectacular sea views and borders a nature reserve, has become available for purchase just seven kilometres from sought after Plettenberg Bay on the Garden Route.

Marketed exclusively by Pam Golding Properties area office in Plettenberg Bay at R11.5 million, this exceptional property, known as Trinity Farm, was established as the retirement home of three families and has over the years been enjoyed for leisure getaways by succeeding generations. Now, however, the owners are ready to move on to something smaller, says Colleen Bunyard, area agent for PGP.

"The three large, totally independent houses - each with its own separate entrance and lock-up garages - provide over 1200sqm of accommodation, while the fully self-catering cottage also includes its own garage. In addition to the dams there's bore-hole water on site and the area has been cleared of alien vegetation. This really is a prime location with only pristine fynbos and nature reserve between you and the ocean which lies just beneath the cliffs, so the scenery and views are spectacular. It's also not often that you can step from your backyard and stroll through a nature reserve," she says.

"With Knysna just 30km and Plettenberg Bay airport a kilometre away, the property is easily accessible for any owner or could suit a syndicated purchase. It could be used for a B&B, provide self-catering lodge accommodation or offer gentle agriculture/horticultural activities," adds Bunyard.

For further information contact Colleen Bunyard of Pam Golding Properties Plettenberg Bay on 044 5332103 or email plettenbergbay@pamgolding.co.za.

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