Waterfront Land and Properties for Sale in Hermanus
A lovely fishing village located in the beautiful Overberg, famous for its visiting whales and pristine beaches, Hermanus has always attracted the well-heeled. Indeed, many wealthy South Africans own a second home in Hermanus and have spent many a happy Christmas visiting the area.
Hermanus has it all. Only an hour and half from Cape Town, it was voted the gastronomic capital of South Africa and boasts an array of restaurants, bars and wine farms which you will never tire of visiting. The area is rural but has great facilities including a large shopping mall, the Curro Private School catering for kids, from toddlers right the way through to teens, Hermanus Mediclinic and an array of healthcare practitioners.
Here You Can Experience that Illusive Work-life Balance We All Seek
We believe the days of people visiting for just a holiday during the summer months is a thing of the past. Of course, we will continue to welcome tourists to our shores each summer but many across South Africa and abroad are eyeing the area with a view to living permanently here. The world has changed and with it have the perceptions of a commute, having to live close to work.
Across the world people have woken up to the fact that they are no longer tied to the traditional office working lifestyles, and property enquiries have soared.
Why not live at your holiday destination all year round? This is the trend. Fueled by concern about the virus and world economic problems, people want to invest in a home that is suitable to work from, all year round. Most importantly, they can experience that illusive work-life balance we all seek.
Buy, direct from the developer
The recent civil unrest in Johannesburg and Durban has further fueled the desire of many to move to the “country”; indeed safety and peace of mind are the number one factors people state when asked what is important to them now.
Penny Streeter OBE is the developer of Benguela Cove Lagoon Wine Estate, a luxury property development located on the fringe of Hermanus. She says that enquiries have increased two-fold over the past few months and the market is extremely buoyant.
An estate like Benguela Cove, offers an opportunity to live in paradise, or as close as we can get in this world, she says. It offers, after all, security, vineyards, sea views, boating, tennis, swimming: owners even get an annual wine allocation from the farm. The estate has its own winery, restaurant, tasting room and children's facilities.
It is simply heaven, Streeter says. Benguela Cove is an ideal second home choice for investors. They can be confident that they will obtain good resale value and price growth potential in their investment. Quality and design of homes is important and with strict architectural guidelines in place, the residences created on the estate are amongst the most beautiful in Cape Town.
To find out more, contact the developer direct.