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This property is situated in the older part of Mossel Bay and forms part of the historical buildings in town, based withing walking distance from all amenities and the popular Point area. There are 3 large bedrooms and 2 bathrooms (including 1 en-suite). Two of the bedrooms are at ground level and the third bedroom is part of a large upstairs loft that can be used as a bedroom and a study. This bedroom has a sliding door that leads to a balcony where you can appreciate a lovely sea view. Furthermore, the open plan living area offers a kitchen with a laundry, dinning room and a large family room. A guest toilet with a basin and a large linen cupboard is part of the downstairs area. The double garage has been converted into a large working room/studio with sliding doors to the outside, in front of which is a double carport with ample parking is available. This property is a beauty and a must-see for the price!
Mossel Bay is without a doubt one of the most popular holiday destinations in the Garden Route of South Africa. It is centrally located near the N2 highway and is approximately 40 kilometres from George and the airport. It comes as no surprise that Mossel Bay was recently awarded the title of Kwêla’s Town of the Year!
Various beaches attracting thousands of tourists and holiday makers each year stretch along the Mossel Bay coastline, including Diaz, De Bakke, Santos, and The Point Beach to mention a few. Other attractions include walking trails such as the St Blaize walking trail that offer absolutely breathtaking and uninterrupted views of the ocean; winery and vineyard experiences; train rides on the Diaz Express with picturesque views. Enjoy a round of golf with a view of the sea at two of the most scenic golf courses in the country, including Mossel Bay and Pinnacle Point Golf Clubs. Furthermore, thrill seekers can enjoy shark diving, surfing, windsurfing and kite surfing as well as sandboarding on Dragon Dune, the biggest and longest sandboarding ride in South Africa.
Mossel Bay was proclaimed a town in 1848 and played an important role in the cultural and economic development of the country. The first documented economic transaction took place here and museums serve to commemorate the first meeting between Southern Africans and European explorers over 500 years ago as well as the emergence of modern human behaviour in this area about 164 000 years ago. The Dias Museum Complex consists of a Maritime Museum, Cultural Museum, Shell Museum, and an Aquarium and ethno-botanical garden. Economic activities are mainly of agricultural nature but also cover industries such as fishing, lighting, petrochemical and tourism.