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

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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.

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