Beach House For Sale Oesterbaai
Beach House For Sale Oyster Bay Eastern Cape
This unique Beach House For Sale Oyster Bay Tsitsikamma Eastern Cape property forms part of a 2 Ha Private Nature Reserve which falls within the Thyspunt Natural Heritage site. The private Nature Reserve is owned by the estate of the property and is sold with the property. The estate also owns a servitude road that is securely controlled with an electric gate. The servitude road supply access to the Thyspunt Natural Heritage site and the Beach House. The Beach House is located on the eastern border of Oyster Bay, 14 km west of Cape St Francis, Eastern Cape, South Africa. The house is also located 21 km west of the Tsitsikamma Pt. Oyster Bay is a small coastalresort located near St Francis Bay on the Eastern Cape Coast of South Africa. Oyster Bay forms part of the Kouga Local Municipality of the Cacadu District.
The 750m² home is located at the top of a hill on a 2200m² stand and has uninterrupted ocean views and is only 100 meters from the sea. This unique Beach House has a uninterrupted 270 degree view of the sea and the The Outeniqua Mountains, a mountain range located in the in the world renowned Tsitsikamma. The beach house consists of eight bedrooms and four bathrooms. There is also a flatlet with its own access. The large lounge has sliding doors leading to the balcony. The kitchen leads into the dining room/TV room with a separate scullery. There are three garages and a carport. Water for the garden is pumped from a fountain on the property.
Panoramic sea views that stretch forever. Explore the natural nature reserve with scenic beach trails and the pristine beachfront from the beach house with breathtaking 270 degree view of Oyster bay.
This is the ultimate beach house for sale in Oyster Bay:
The Private Nature Reserve site is sold with the beach house property and fall within the boundaries of the Cape Floral Kingdom (CFK). The Cape Floral Kingdom is the smallest of the world’s six plant kingdoms, comprising approximately 90 000 km2. It is home to about 9 000 plant species, 70% of which grow nowhere else in the world (i.e. they are endemic to the Cape Floral Kingdom). A must for the nature lover’s and bird specialist.
The Cape Floral Kingdom has long been recognised as a global priority for conservation action. Owing to its high concentration of endemic taxa, especially of plants and invertebrates, and its vulnerability to processes that threaten this unique biodiversity, the Cape Floral Kingdom has been identified as a biodiversity hotspot of global significance. The region is also listed as a Centre of Plant Diversity, an Endemic Bird Area, and a Global 200 Ecoregion.
The area is home to 1 406 Red Data Book plant species, the highest known concentration of such species in the world (Cowling 2001).