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Proposed Eastern Cape lodge units will have views of indigenous fynbos forest, famous sand dunes and beach

Five coastal stands, bordering the Maitland Nature Reserve in the Eastern Cape and earmarked for a lodge development, will be auctioned at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Port Elizabeth at 11am on November 29.

The stands cover a total area of 235ha, including a private beach that forms part of Blue Horizon Bay, and offer sea views, says Pieter Geldenhuys of Bidders Choice.

The erven will be offered together and separately, and sold with the complete development package, including architectural drawings, site plans and layouts, site development costs, plans for sewerage infrastructure, environmental rights authorised by the Eastern Cape Department of Environmental Affairs and suggested contractors.

“All the proposed units will have 180° views of the fynbos indigenous coastal forest, the Maitland sand dunes and long stretches of beach. The area attracts abundant birdlife and a variety of small animals, including bushbuck and blue duiker.”

Geldenhuys believes being located in a pristine coastal destination, the stands offer property developers an exclusive opportunity to develop “an exquisite holiday destination for connoisseurs who want to stay in a luxurious environment”.

Picture: Bidders Choice

Located 763km from Cape Town, Nelson Mandela Bay (Port Elizabeth) is regarded as the official gateway to the scenic Eastern Cape and the world-renowned Garden Route, one of South Africa’s most popular destinations.

“Nelson Mandela Bay is known for its water sports and wildlife attractions, including bottlenose dolphins, and is home to the largest breeding colony of African penguins.

“Given the unspoilt location of the stands on offer, I believe the upcoming auction will represent an unmissable opportunity for those who have an interest in the environmental and hospitality industries to invest in exclusive property with development opportunities in an area of great natural beauty.”

For more details, call Pieter Geldenhuys on 0828081801 or see


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