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Small Holding
0 bedroom, 0 bathroom, Farm / Small Holding For Sale By Owner in Kraaibosch Country Estate
Hoogekraal Pass, Karatara, Area 15 (Eastbrook Farm 183)
price Price : R900,000 --- Private Sale By Owner
Classic Coastal Home With Commanding Views
4 bedroom, 2 bathroom, House For Sale By Owner in Wilderness
2144 Constantia Drive
price Price : R5,950,000 --- Private Sale By Owner

House includes laundry area, alarm system, aircon, fireplace.
Albertinia Farm for sale by owner R3.7m neg - farmer, family, retired people or developer
2 bedroom, 1 bathroom, Farm / Small Holding For Sale By Owner in Mossel Bay Remainder
6 Grootfontein Street, Albertinia 6695
price Price : R3,700,000 --- Private Sale By Owner
2 bedroom apartment
2 bedroom, 1 bathroom, Apartment For Sale By Owner in George South
403 Meade Gardens, Craddock Street, George South
price Price : R800,000 --- Private Sale By Owner

Apartment includes braai area, gate access.
Farm
5 bedroom, 5 bathroom, Farm / Small Holding For Sale By Owner in George CBD
Waboomskraal
price Price : R3,999,000 --- Private Sale By Owner

Farm / Small Holding includes braai area, staff quarters, fireplace, laundry area.
Award Winning Golf Estate
4 bedroom, 5 bathroom, House For Sale By Owner in Mossel Bay Golf Estate
194 Eastwood Drive Pinnacle Point Golf Estate
price Price : R7 --- Private Sale By Owner

House includes pool, gate access, aircon, fireplace, laundry area, braai area.
Townhouse in secure complex close to sea
2 bedroom, 2 bathroom, Townhouse For Sale By Owner in Tergniet
R102 Old National road,Tergniet
price Price : R1,485,000 --- Private Sale By Owner

Townhouse includes braai area, gate access.
Beautiful Cape Dutch homeclose to the beach
4 bedroom, 4 bathroom, House For Sale By Owner in Plettenberg Bay
Skerryvore ave Plettenberg bay
price Price : R4,000,000 --- Private Sale By Owner

House includes carport, alarm system, laundry area, braai area, gate access.
This stand offers you a lovely 750 sq meters, very comfortable for a big family home.
Vacant Land For Sale in Reebok
2 Kameelperd Avenue
price Price : R1,310,000 --- Estate Agent: Seeff
Exquisite architecturally designed luxury home, with magnificent views of the Indian Ocean
5 bedroom, 5 bathroom, House For Sale in Reebok
Klipspringer Avenue
price Price : R5,900,000 --- Estate Agent: Seeff

House includes pool, aircon, braai area, alarm system, gate access, laundry area, carport.
The Garden Route (Afrikaans: Tuinroete) is a popular and scenic stretch of the south-eastern coast of South Africa. It stretches from Heidelberg to the Storms River. The name comes from the verdant and ecologically diverse vegetation encountered here and the numerous lagoons and lakes dotted along the coast. It includes towns such as Mossel Bay, Knysna, Oudtshoorn, Plettenberg Bay and Nature's Valley; and George.

It has an oceanic climate, with mild to warm summers, and mild to cool winters. It has the mildest climate in South Africa and the second mildest climate in the world, after Hawaii, according to the Guinness Book of Records. Temperatures rarely fall below 10C in winter and rarely climb beyond 28C in summer. Rain occurs year-round, with a slight peak in the spring months, brought by the humid sea-winds from the Indian Ocean rising and releasing their precipitation along the Outeniqua and Tsitsikamma Mountains just inland of the coast.

The Route is sandwiched between the aforementioned mountains and the Indian Ocean. The Outeniqua and Tsitsikamma indigenous forests are a unique mixture of Cape Fynbos and Temperate Forest and offer hiking trails and eco-tourism activities. Nearly 300 species of bird life are to be found in a variety of habitats ranging from fynbos to forest to wetlands.

Ten nature reserves embrace the varied ecosystems of the area as well as unique marine reserves, home to soft coral reefs, dolphins, seals and a host of other marine life. Various bays along the Garden Route are nurseries to the endangered Southern Right Whale which come there to calve in the winter and spring (July to December).

Although the most popular exploration of the Garden Route is by car, it is also the site of Africa's last remaining passenger steam train, the Outeniqua Choo Tjoe.

Dramatic river cut gorges, beautiful beaches, rocky headlands and deep tangled forests are the quintessential Garden Route images. Stretching from anywhere between Stilbaai and Mossel Bay in the west, to Stormsriver or Port Elizabeth (PE) in the east, it's a gorgeous stretch of coastal paradise strung out along the N2. Purists will squash it up between Mossel Bay and Stormsriver but, as the popularity of the Garden Route grew and small towns at its edge realised the marketing potential, it just seemed to spread. No problem - it spread to some cool places.

The towns generally accepted to be part of the Garden Route are Mossel Bay, George, Wilderness, Sedgefield, Knysna, Plettenberg Bay and Stormsriver. Stilbaai and Albertinia have snuck in on the West and Humansdorp and even Port Elizabeth are muscling in from the east. Inland, the Little Karoo and Route 62, which have no pretensions to being the Garden Route, are often treated as the same destination, as it's pretty easy zigzag between them by driving the many scenic passes over the Outeniqua Mountains. Initially the Garden Route was seen as very much a beach and/or family holiday destination, which it is, but there is also so much to do. There's great hiking, with rambles ranging from an hour to a few days covering rocky coasts, deep forests, pretty fynbos and long sandy beaches. The diving is good, as is the surfing, and there are some fun sea kayaking and flat water paddling trips. Some of the country's best mountain bike trails snake through the forests, and there are horse trails for every taste and level of ability. Tandem skydiving, paragliding, and a range of scenic flights all offer different birds eye views.

The Garden Route offers some of the best boat based whale watching in the world, flower lovers and birders will also have a field day traipsing off through the forest or the fynbos, and there are numerous national parks and nature reserves. Steam buffs will love the narrow gauge Outeniqua Choo-Tjoe. For the more culturally inclined, there are township tours, museums, lovely old buildings, funky craft shops, markets, art galleries and loads of live music venues. And, of course, a flotilla of great restaurants - many of which specialise in seafood - in each town. The Garden Route is a golfer's dream destination - you could play a different course every day for a week and still have a few left over.

Of course, this is not all good news as golf courses use an exorbitant amount of water and take up vast amounts of space but, as long as the golf-estate-building spree fizzles out soon, there should be sufficient space remaining between the fairways for a bit of forest, perhaps some shops and even a house or two. But that's not your problem, is it? If you fancy a round in paradise, get in now before it closes down. And if golf is too slow for you - there are more international standard polo fields in Plett alone than there are in the rest of the country put together. You could spend anything from a weekend to a month at a tailor-made polo clinic.

But what the Garden Route is most suitable for is relaxation - and even that's been somewhat institutionalised with almost every second hotel housing a wellness centre or spa. Not that that's a problem, mind. After a hard day on the beach you'll probably need a chocolate mud bath, colour therapy or hot stone massage.
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