Even though we were all devastated by the news of our beaches being closed there is a silver lining. Our tourists have now had the chance to experience some of Plettenberg Bay’s other attractions such as whale watching, skydiving, bungy jumping (highest in the world), ziplines, swimming with seals, horse riding, game reserves, animal and bird sanctuaries, hiking and cycling trails, kayaking trips, bike hire and much more.
Beautiful home for sale on Beachy Head Drive, Plettenberg Bay.
Perfectly situated, this bright and spacious home offers 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and living areas with beautiful views. The swimming pool leads from the downstairs TV room and the lower level accommodates all the bedrooms and the laundry. The lounge, dining room, kitchen (with scullery) and study occupy the upper level. The living areas lead to a generous, covered patio with excellent views of the Indian Ocean and Robberg Peninsula.
The house has a double garage and an established, easy-to-maintain garden. It's just a stroll across the road to Plett's blue-flag beaches.
Plett central town is a two-minute drive away with all amenities and local facilities.
After the quiet hard lockdown months, the property market saw renewed activity which went beyond mere pent-up demand for the “lost” lockdown months, once again confirming Plett as a destination of choice.
Many estate agencies recorded record sales.
Sotheby's International Realty Plettenberg Bay was involved in R400 million worth of sales in 2020.