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Escape Durban’s heat and humidity in a family home overlooking a nature reserve

Peter Maskell Auctioneers will on September 26 at 11.30am call for bids for an “exquisite” three-bedroom family home in Everton, Kloof.

The property at 19 Ocean Drive, overlooking the Krantzkloof Nature Reserve, also has a 1.5-bedroom self-contained flatlet on site. Both will be auctioned as a single lot without reserve price at the Master Builders Association premises at 40 Essex Terrace in Westville.

The main features of the residence include:

* Two lounges.

* Dining room.

* Kitchen with scullery.

* Three garages and two carports.

* Koi pond.

* Swimming pool.

* Tennis court.

Danielle Hoskins, who is handling the auction for Maskell’s, says the separate flatlet, which could produce rental income, has a kitchenette, lounge/dining area, 1.5-bedrooms and a bathroom.

“Living in the Kloof area is the dream of all nature-lovers. The Krantzkloof Nature Reserve, with its abundance of flora and fauna, is a major drawcard for outdoor enthusiasts. The reserve’s forests, deep gorges, open grassland and sheer cliff faces are home to prolific bird life, including all three South African crane species.

“In addition to all essential amenities, there also some top schools in Kloof and the leafy lifestyle this part of KwaZulu-Natal offers, coupled with the fact that it is only about 20 minutes’ drive to Durban’s CBD and the city’s beaches, make properties here extremely popular.

“Everton and Kloof are also more than 500m above sea level, so they are much cooler and less humid than Durban during the hot summer months.”

For more details and viewing arrangements, call Hoskins at 0828016827 or email – Auctions Writer


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