The Indian Ocean, white beaches and lush sub-tropical vegetation will only feature in a few places on earth. This may be a huge contributing factor in the property market for homes that have these factors in common.
One such place is Isipingo Beach. Rolling hills, lush vegetation and of course, prestigious homes, will draw the market to this idyllic suburb.
Isipingo Beach was at some point in time more a holiday resort than a dual use residential and holiday resort property usage.
The property usage also consists of palatial freestanding homes and a variety of apartments with the lesser being a major investment market catering for holiday rentals. Young married couples could consider making this home until a family is planned as this is a tranquil residential suburb that has a lot to offer and once in the market it is generally from within this suburb that many families upgrade.
For those with an adventurous spirit, there are still a number of pristine vacant stands on the market at well-priced values. This is also a good indicator that there is a growing demand for property in the suburb which in turn increases property values.
Tourists or holiday makers will enjoy the ocean and beaches but for permanent residents the important amenities look different. Then service delivery like schools, malls, access roads and other services become important to sustain this prestigious suburb.
The easy access to industrial and commercial hubs is made possible on roads like the N2, Kingsway Road and the M4 which connect to industrial hubs in Stanvac and Prospecton.
The Durban CBD is also a mere 20 minutes’ drive away which puts more amenities at hand like schools such as New Forest High School, Brentonwood High School, Interfellowship Christian School and St. Mary’s Marist College.
Malls catering for retail needs are Toti Mall, Isipingo Junction and Umlazi Mega City.
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