The coastal village town of Warner Beach on the KZN, South Coast has an appeal with many residents and holiday tourists. This well-established town was laid out in 1910 as a residential suburb for government retirees. This may in part explain the laid-back lifestyle carried from generations back.
The property usage in Warner Beach suggests a varied usage with townhouses, apartments and cluster homes.
Permanent residents to Warner Beach choose to reside here fort the tranquillity and surrounding nature and of course white sunny beaches. At a mere 30 minute drive from the Durban CBD it is quite obvious to see why people would choose to call Warner Beach home.
The tourist market which consists of national and international tourists has had a positive influence on property in the suburb in that the requirement for modern architectural homes, hotels and guest houses have become the norm thus increasing property values and standards.
The many hotels are also a factor in driving property values.
Apartments in this scenic town are ideal as the second holiday home and apartments are in high demand both in and out of season with in-season tourists being prepared to pay prime rates for accommodation in self-catering apartments within the more exclusive end of the spectrum.
The location of Warner Beach may or may not be a deciding factor as a home as it depends on what the property is being used for and as stated 30 minutes’ is the average drive time in most other major cities in Gauteng or Cape Town.
Of course, as a residential suburb Warner Beach has to have access to schools. Here is a list of some popular schools; Doon Heights Primary School, Amanzimtoti High School and Illovo Primary School.
Retail needs are catered for at malls such as Toti Mall, Seadoone Mall and DSM Mall.
Take a tour of the homes in Warner Beach via the Myroof web-site.