This unusual home with unique finishes throughout is for the discerning buyers. Entering this home you feel the tranquil ambiance overlooking the ocean. The house is sunny and light with high volume ceiling. The kitchen is modern, yet stylish with Kiaat wood countertops and open plan to the lounge, dining room and divider to the TV room. From the TV room you have a separate braai room. The kitchen also have a separate huge scullery for all your kitchen equipment out of sight.
The 3 bedrooms are all spacious and 3 bathrooms with Cemcrete finishes.
Double automated garage, store room and an outside toilet.
Underneath the house is a 94 sqm area that can be used as a work room or can be converted into a 2 bedroom flatlet.
Tergniet is a tranquill seaside village located on Western Cape’s Garden Route between Mossel Bay and George.
With the popular and lively Mossel Bay located just a few minutes’ drive away, Tergniet boasts a centralised location without taking away from its serene and inviting atmosphere ideal for the home owner who longs to be part of a safe and family-friendly neighbourhood. During summertime, and especially over the festive season, Mossel Bay and its surrounding suburbs attract many holiday-makers and tourists. With a small green strip embedded between Tergniet and Reebok, the serenity of this area is further enhanced. Even though the secluded beach in Tergniet is not a main beach for swimming, it still offers a range of other equally relaxing activities. One can enjoy an early morning swim in the tidal pool or a stroll along the beach and its reef to admire the rock pools exposed when the high tide retreats, leaving behind interesting sea creatures in each pool. The wide promenade on the beachfront provides ample space for family strolls, children on bicycles and fitness enthusiasts jogging or cycling along the succulent-fringed walkway. Alternatively, a good swimming beach and lagoon is easily accessible just up the road next to the Little Brak River.
The single most attractive feature of Tergniet is the fact that it lies nestled on a hill and, depending on your location, presents a view of the ocean and/or the picturesque country of the lower ranges of the Outeniqua Mountains on the other side.