Amanzimtoti - MR305382

House in Amanzimtoti , Durban - South Coast, Kwa-Zulu Natal

R 1,460,000

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Amanzimtoti - MR305382
House in Amanzimtoti , Durban - South Coast, Kwa-Zulu Natal
R 1,460,000
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Key Features

Rooms

  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms

Services

  • Rates and Taxes R1147

Kitchen

  • Kitchen

Entertainment

  • Pool

Parking

  • Car Port 2
  • Garage

More Features

  • Property Type - House
  • Seller Type - Private Property
  • Floor Area - 150m2
  • Erf Size - 183m2
  • Price per square floor meter - R9,733 per m2
  • Price per square erf meter - R7,978 per m2

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  • 482 Views
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You enter this family home from the gate at the split between the floors. Half a flight down takes you to the living area and main en-suite. Half a flight up takes you to the other two bedrooms. From the garage, you can enter the passage of the top floor.The house has a steep garden with views of the trees into the valley.There is an entertainers veranda off the kitchen and dining areas, overlooking the pool and garden, plus a lapa at the pool! The street is a quiet cul-de-sac off Entombeni Drive with no foot traffic and the quiet of the trees.The sports fields, Lords, and Civic center area minutes away.Amanzimtoti is a coastal town just south of Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. According to local legend, when the Zulu King, Shaka, led his army down the South Coast on a raid against the Pondos in 1828, he rested on the banks of a river. When drinking the water, he exclaimed “Kanti amanzi mtoti” (isiZulu: “So, the water is sweet”). The river came to be known as Amanzimtoti (“Sweet Waters”). The Zulu word for “sweet” is actually mnandi, but, as Shaka’s mother had the name Nandi, he invented the word to replace mnandi out of respect not to wear out her name. Locals frequently refer to the town as “Toti”The town is well known for its warm climate and numerous beaches, and is a popular tourist destination, particularly with surfers and the annual sardine run attracts many to the Tyron Beaches.


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