PROPERTY

The Development incorporates approximately 13.824 hectares situated between the Swartvlei Lagoon to the West, the sea to the South and the Myoli Beach to the East.

Emphasis is on ecology and preservation of nature. Each of the unfenced stands is to have minimal environmental disturbance during the build process and future residence.

A major portion of the Estate will be left undisturbed and registered as a nature reserve.

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STAND DESCRIPTIONS:

Stands 5, 6, 7
Site 5 has mountain, lake & sea views. 6,7,8 enjoy combinations of sea views to the west and localized views into the bush. The visual impact from the beach will be minimal.
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STANDS 9(SOLD), 10, 11, 8
These stand enjoys south views of the sea and river mouth.
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Stand 12, 13, 14 have the best sea views of any sites in the proposed development and are the most desirable and valuable stands. They are behind the setback line close to the summit of the small hill on the side of which it sits.
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are well below the ridge line on a flat platform above a valley that runs east west along this part of the site. These houses also will be set among beautiful vegetation and will enjoy beach views. They will be set against the hill side and will therefore have little visual impact.
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Stands 16(SOLD) AND 17 are “peeping over” houses, set in a valley that runs east west along this part of the site. It would be set in among high quality vegetation with views over the ridge to the beach. These stand are exceptionally beautiful and desirable because of the combination of proximity to the beach, views and exquisite vegetation. Because of the ridge behind it and the design which would present very little of the building to the view, the visual impact of this home will be minimal.
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Stand 15(SOLD), 18(SOLD) AND 19(SOLD) are on the south east of the site in a valley that leads down to the beach. Despite the fact that these stands are close to the Myoli Beach parking lot, they are completely screened by a ridge and will hardly be visible at all. These houses will have views of the beach down the valley to the south west. Although the vegetation round these stands is degraded, there is good opportunity to restore high quality vegetation round them.
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Stand 20(SOLD), 21(SOLD) and 22(SOLD) are on the south east portion of the site. These stands have some views to the south east over the beach, though they are rather severely impacted by the existing Myoli Beach development. However, they have good pedestrian access to the beach and they are within an area which, although here is a great deal of Acacia Cyclops at the moment, also has beautiful indigenous vegetation. The intention is to create houses that will nestle into the vegetation and, while making use of what view there is, will have a feeling of wilderness because of the bush around them. These houses are low on the landscape and will have no visual impact.
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Stands 23(SOLD) also on the south east corner take access from the recreation area. These houses have some view to the south east, though they can also benefit from north aspect across the nature reserve area. They have no significant visual impact.
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Stands 24, 25, 26, 27 AND 28 are on the southern edge of the recreation area. They have north aspect and good access to the beach, as well as being part of the nature reserve development. They do not have good views however. They also have no visual impact.
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