Amanzimtoti - MR502199

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

R 3,500,000

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2ha
Amanzimtoti - MR502199
Land in Amanzimtoti , Durban - South Coast, Kwa-Zulu Natal
R 3,500,000

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  • Rates and Taxes R2047

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  • Property Type - Land
  • Seller Type - Private Property
  • Erf Size - 2ha
  • Price per square erf meter - R175 per m2

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PID=502199 DID=526597 SID=1

This land is [hidden] Ha adjacent to the Japanese Gardens and adjacent to a 60 unit townhouse complex with 2 and 3 bed units selling at between R800K and [hidden] Access to the property from both Fynn Road (shared with the adjacent complex) and Arthur Howes Road. Awaiting a copy of the zoning certificate but it seems to be SR 900: - Allowing 3 stories and - 25% coverage. - There may be DMOSS restrictions as there is a stream along the eastern edge of the land (after sight of the zoning certificate)The land between this erf and Fynn Road is council owned and is currently a park (one pic of the park space is shown - NOT part of the land available)Amanzimtoti is experiencing growth with investment in the automotive industry at Prospecton nearby, as well as Sappi/Mondi to the south. Call me to discuss this development [hidden] 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 â??Kanti amanzi mtotiâ? (isiZulu: â??So, the water is sweetâ?). The river came to be known as Amanzimtoti (â??Sweet Watersâ?). The Zulu word for â??sweetâ? is actually mnandi, but, as Shakaâ??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 â??Totiâ?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 beaches.


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