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THE FARM – EXCLUSIVE FREEHOLD ESTATE - SHELLY BEACH – R3,4m BRAND NEW- NO TRANSFER DUTY PAYABLE!

Shelly Beach, KZN South Coast, ZA


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Title for property description: THE FARM – EXCLUSIVE FREEHOLD ESTATE - SHELLY BEACH – R3,4m BRAND NEW- NO TRANSFER DUTY PAYABLE!
Property Type: Townhouse
Description: The ever popular private farm estate in Shelly beach is filled with dams, ducks, playgrounds and walkways. A lifestyle envied by many and enjoyed by the fortunate few. THE FARM is situated close to the beach, a ski-boat club, 3 shopping centres, 3 schools and 3 hospitals. Easy access to highways and main roads, yet completely quite.
This particular unit is situated in the most popular road in the estate and has frontage directly onto a dam. There is also a distant sea view. 4 bedrooms all with full en-suites. This stunning double story, double volume professionals home has been fitted out with the best of everything. A splash pool overlooking the entertainment area and dam completes the picture. This stunning upmarket property faces north east and enjoys plenty sunshine and sunrises.
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 4
Price: 3,400,000
Size (sq/m): Not specified

Location

Town name: Shelly Beach

Additional

Special Features: Swimming pool, Auto Gate, Patio / Built in Braai, Sea views, Good Security, Open plan kitchen, Garage/s, Close to amenities, Pet friendly
Listing 5 of 84 in this location

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The Community Schemes Ombud Service Act requires each community scheme to pay an annual levy to fund the ombud service and authorises the Minister of Human Settlements to determine the levies and fees payable to the ombud. In terms of the draft regulations released on October 3, the annual... continue reading

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