Invest in Africa’s southernmost tip
The final 10 prime beachfront stands in the exclusive Langezandt Fishermen’s Village, along the southernmost point of Africa, have just been released, writes Michelle Funke
a huge draw card for Gauteng buyers in particular, says Roodt, as this level of support eliminates the headaches associated with buying coastal property where distance makes daily site inspections impossible.
An additional benefit is the return on investment during the short-term period. House owners can opt to include their properties in the Langezandt rental pool, and draw immediate benefit from their investment. Properties available for short rental periods are often booked out well in advance of the holiday seasons.
Part One of the development is sold out, but those looking to invest in a piece of land along Africa’s southernmost beach will be glad to learn that plots in Part Two of the Langezandt development have just been released to market. This latest release introduces the next piece of the Langezandt picture which will include a business village, prayer park, eco zone, equestrian centre, retirement village and a boutique hotel upon completion.
With the launch of the second part, ten beachfront stands — termed Blue Gold — will be released to the market. Priced at R2,5m per plot, these prime- positioned properties make for an exceptional buying opportunity, with transfer anticipated during November next year.
With a limited number of plots available and with these being the last seafront erven in the development, supply-and-demand alone dictates this to be a clever investment. Add to this the exclusivity of the development, the authenticity of design, the assured future potential of the estate and its proximity to Cape Town and it becomes tough to imagine a better beachfront buy that’s currently on market.
“It is a fact that ownership of coastal property is restricted by governments worldwide. There is a global limit to prime beachfront properties,” says Roodt.
In addition to the beachfront plots, stands in the second row to the beachfront have also been released. These 17 erven will sell at R1,25m with a cluster of plots close to the development’s eco estate also released at R795,000 or at an all-inclusive R1,399m, for a fully furnished and equipped two-bedroom home. Contact: Joey Roodt: 082 334 4554 Office: 028 435 6655
From the air, Langezandt’s white-washed cottages are clearly visible, left. Langezandt is situated along the Struisplaat, a 24km stretch of uninterrupted sandy beach, right.