This much -loved family home offers a large formal lounge which accesses an undercover patio with beautiful garden, sea and lagoon views. An inland facing undercover private entertainment area offers a built in braai, a pub and flows seamlessly to the TV lounge, kitchen and dining room. The pool is located close to the entertainment area with easy access to the bedroom wing. The home offers 4 sea-facing bedrooms, 2 of which are en-suite. A full family bathroom services the other 2 bedrooms. The master bedroom which opens directly onto the pool area is of generous proportions, including a lounge area, walk in dressing room and full en-suite bathroom. Just off the entrance hall is a guest toilet. The kitchen has copious amounts of cupboards, a prep bowl and a gas stove connection. It leads directly to the scullery and out to a grassed back garden. Both the formal lounge and the dining room have window seats, one with sea views and the other overlooking pool. The triple garage is accessed remotely and leads directly to the house. A fourth single garage has a larger entrance in order to house a caravan as well as providing extra storage. The outbuildings consist of a storeroom, domestic room, additional lounge/kitchen area as well as a separate shower and toilet behind a secure gate. The outbuildings could be an easy flat conversion. The home has 3- phase electricity and should power outages occur the house can be powered by generator. The almost entirely indigenous garden is easy to maintain and is a combination of natural areas and developed beds. As a result the home-owners are able to enjoy prolific bird life. Close at hand is the access area for the Amahlongwa river which is popular with near-by residents for boating, fishing and canoeing. The property is fully walled with remote access. It is secured with burglar guards, beams and a burglar alarm system.
Known as the jewel of the Kwa-Zulu Natal South Coast Scottburgh was named after the governor of Natal. John Scott, Aliwal Shoal just north of Scottburgh was so named when Captain James Anderson, skipper of the barque Aliwal noticed the shoal in 1849, after narrowly avoiding collision with it. As a direct result of thsi a lighthouse was built at both Clansthal and Scottburgh. The Aliwal Shoal is, today, nationally...
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