Dec 26 2007
Posted in Feature Properties
Hermanus, Sand Baai – is a residential area some 5 minutes drive from central Hermanus, the Riviera of the south and world famous for it’s land based whale watching – home of the annual Whale Festival. Several wine farms offering the well known Cape wines can be found on the popular Wine Farm Meander through the mountain just behind Sand Baai.
This level vacant plot of some 700sqm is a ‘Best Buy’ being offered by a serious seller to anyone looking to invest in property on the coast near Hermanus. Detail of the property can be found at www.pro-prop.co.za or clicking on the pictures
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Southern Suburbs, Cape Town
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