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Southbroom – On the River – Incredible River & Sea Views!! – R1 650 000 neg.

Southbroom, KZN South Coast, ZA


General

Title for property description: Southbroom – On the River – Incredible River & Sea Views!! – R1 650 000 neg.
Property Type: Townhouse
Description: This Umkobi Lodge unit is a rather unique log home placed on the hillside and fringes of a protected, lush wetland estuary cin Southbroom, the most upmarket part of the Lower South Coast.
Set in a secure complex with electric fencing and remote access gates. This lovely log home looks out over the reeds of the wetland, lagoon and onto the sands and surf of the warm Indian Ocean.
There are two bedrooms, both with glass doors leading onto a sea facing deck which runs the entire length of the unit making the most of the magnificent scenery.
This unit also has a neat open plan kitchen, huge decks, alarm system, garage, huge storeroom [easy teen pad possibility], communal pool and braai area and is sold furnished. Unit size 129 sq/m. Rates approx. R1 287 pm. Levies approx. R2 500 pm.
Price is negotiable for a quick sale.
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2
Price: 1,650,000
Size (sq/m): 129

Location

Town name: Southbroom

Additional

Special Features: Swimming pool, Auto Gate, Patio / Built in Braai, Sea views, Good Security, Open plan kitchen, Garage/s, Fenced Yard
Listing 71 of 75 in this location

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