Beach living at its best

Cape Town, Western Cape Added at 18:24, 17 October 2016, Ad ID: 1005539076

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How many bedrooms? 3
How many bathrooms? 2
Surface size (m2) 186

On the coast at st Helena bay stands a must have property. Why is it for sale then you might ask?, the owners sadly needs to relocate. The double storey mansion boasting with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1 garage and 2 parkings, is nicely rounded off with an entertainment area. Sorry, make that 2 entertainment areas, because what would a beach house be without two entertainment areas. The idea behind the architecture was to give you a hitech yet comfortable lifestyle. This is nicely finished off with the "whitewash" kitchen cupboard doors.
St Helena Bay was "discovered" by the Portuguese explorer Vasco Da Gama on 7 Nov. 1497, during his pioneer voyage from Europe to India. He named the bay after Saint Helena, a devout, influential Christian and mother of Roman Emperor Constantine the Great.
It was on the shores of this bay that the first encounter between a European explorer and the indigenous Khoikhoi (nomadic herders of sheep and cattle) took place. Nowadays, St Helena Bay is one of the world's principal fishing centres. The cold Benguela current surges upwards along this part of the coast and brings nutrient rich waters to the bay resulting in the abundant sea life.
In winter, snoek are caught and the harbour is a vibrant, bustling hive of activity, as the fish are sold straight off the boats. More than half of the fish processed annually in South Africa is processed here.
St Helena Bay is a popular tourist destination, particularly during the spring wild flower season, with visitors from all over the world who come for relaxation and recreation. Ancient granite hills and boulders form a backdrop to the village and offer stunning views of the bay and across to the Piketberg mountains, while the white sandy beaches are perfect for beachcombing and even a refreshing dip in the Atlantic.
St Helena Bay is one of the most popular bays for whales to visit and calve. From August to November, the Southern Right Whales come in to the bay to calve, and can be viewed from the shore all around the bay. Humpback whales are also present in the area.
Heaviside's dolphins are found in large numbers at any time along with schools of dusky and common dolphins. Large groups can be seen chasing fish along the shore or simply flying through the waves out of sheer enjoyment.
But don't just take my word for it. Come look at it yourself. Beach living at its best.

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