The Hibiscus Coast in KZN is one of the rare gems that have not yet been overcrowded by the tourism industry as an attraction and the large scale developing of beachfront hotels.
The town is sometimes confused with Glenmore Beach which is adjacent to Munster thus the town is self-contained in its own right.
One of the towns on the Hibiscus Coast is home to Hilton which has a village feel with its mostly undisturbed beaches and nature of which is evident in the Umtamvuma Nature Reserve just inland from Port Edward.
The developing town of Munster on the KZN South Coast is enjoying positive attention in the property market. Stable prices and growth are just two factors in this demand.
Located between Southbroom, San Lameer and the Wild Coast, situated on rolling hills with its lush vegetation adds to the tranquil laid back lifestyle of the suburb.
Property usage in the suburb varies from farm land, smallholdings, townhouses, freehold homes to vacant stands. This means there is ample room in the market to cater for every need.
The suburb can be described as middle-class with some of the homes on smallholdings and the farms as being more exclusive.
With Margate being one of the more major towns in the region with a distance of roughly 25 km means it is not remote and all the amenities like schools, malls and commercial hubs as within easy access.
The holiday home market will be the ideal hideaway for investors seeking the tranquility of Munster and for those seeking to enter the hospitality industry will have more than enough clientele.
The holiday rental market in Munster is the ideal opportunity with almost year round demand at comparable market income for the region.
It is a known fact that many of the pensioners in South Africa prefer to retire at the coast and Munster will be the ideal retreat with its tranquility.
Take a tour of the homes in Munster via the Myroof web-site.