The KZN Hibiscus South Coast has an appeal of its own. Sub-tropical vegetation and the blue Indian Ocean along with pearly white beaches are just some of the factors for which the region appeals to scores of people.
Southbroom is one such residential resort town. This prestigious property market is in high demand and this is obvious from the general property values. The architecture of the individual properties contribute to the property values in general and the styles are a mixture from the Colonial Manor homes to contemporary, Mediterranean and Tuscan dot the town making a period statement.
A mixed property usage does create the opportunity for the middle-class to buy into this picturesque and tranquil lifestyle with the status befitting the property values.
Golf and lifestyle estates like San Lameer and Southbroom Golf Estates have contributed to the rise in property values and added a stamp of status to the town.
A large part of Southbroom is sustained by either sugarcane farming and fruit are some of the primary sources of sustainability to Southbroom with the related commerce sector in towns like Port Edward or Margate or at the manufacturing and processing plants.
Vacant stands offer a large array of possibilities from those who wish to build and own that dream second holiday home, or those who forgo the convenience of living in larger cities for the tranquillity of Southbroom and of course the hospitality industry where guest houses and B&B’s will always be a viable business option.
Some of the reasons these are viable is the amount of tourists to the region as there is a myriad of outdoor activities for the adventure tourist and outdoor exploders.
Southbroom is also a residential suburb which means schools form part of the service delivery.
Here is a list of some of the popular schools nearby; South Coast Academy, Margate Primary School, Port Edward Primary School and Creston College.
Take a tour of the homes in Southbroom, KZN via the Myroof web-site.