Ian Wyles Auctioneers will dispose of a large residence in sought-after La Lucia, trading as the popular and long-established Bumblebees Bed-and-Breakfast, in an online Zoom auction on July 23 at 11am.
Andrew Giddy, the property manager for Ian Wyles, says the upmarket house, at 14 Tara Crescent, has five en suite and air conditioned bedrooms, with the option of using the spacious study as a sixth.
There is also a large studio flat with sea views. The house also features a large kitchen, lounge and dining rooms, with a swimming pool and spacious covered patio.
“The property, on a plot of more than 1 160m² , has been successfully run as a B&B for over 10 years and is still in operation. The owners are looking to take semi-retirement and downscale in property size. The property is very versatile and could make either a large family home or parts could be sub-let for additional income or for extended family to occupy.”
Giddy says properties in La Lucia and Umhlanga are always in strong demand and the residence’s location is ideal for both holidaymakers and business guests because it is just a minute’s drive to La Lucia Mall and about four minutes’ drive to the Gateway Theatre of Shopping, with King Shaka International Airport just about 20 minutes’ drive away.
It is also close to Umhlanga Rocks beach, Durban Virginia Airport, MediCross Umhlanga, Durban North police station, John Wesley and Crawford schools and several other amenities.
For further details and viewing arrangements, contact Giddy at 083 601 9278 or 031 579 4403 or visit www.ianwyles.co.za.