This decidedly different and appealing home will suit the most discerning of buyers
The main area of the house offers the perfect modern open-plan living arrangement. From the covered portico through the hand carved swivel door to the left is a guest toilet and the main bedroom. This is spacious with a study corner and folding doors which open onto the deck. A full bathroom suite with a high seamless shower and also an open-walled shower. Back to the entrance where one is welcomed to an over-sized room with high vaulted ceilings and exposed beams, bamboo floors and arranged into areas. These include a Gourmet kitchen with wonderful eucalyptus wooden cupboards, a breakfast island fitted with a gas-hob, double eye-level oven and walk-in pantry. A beautifully fitted pub, large dining and well-proportioned lounge areas, with folding doors that open onto vast covered Balau deck with a built-in braai. This wonderful living space offers spacious dining and seating areas and gives access to the three private suites. Suite 1 has a dressing room and full bathroom with twin basins, a seamless shower, plus an open air shower. Suites 2 & 3 each offer private seamless shower rooms and cupboards. The deck extends to include lots of space for sun-bathing and a large and lovely pool. This beautiful home is nestled in an award winning indigenous garden with either magnificent stonewalls or high split pole boundaries. To the rear of the property is a delightful raised wooden summer-house with sea views. Just perfect for beach entertaining or an over-flow of guests comprising a spacious room with a private toilet and super open-air shower. Extras in this "cut-above" home include direct house access through the utility room from the double garages. Air-conditioning in all bedrooms and living room. 36 solar panels, large water tank, heat pump servicing main bedroom. Top security 24 hr. CCTV, Garden beams and alarm system. Walking distance to shops.
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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