SOLE MANDATE - Situated in Clanstal about 30 minutes south of Durban - main house offers a large main bedroom with ensuite, open plan lounge and dining room, guest loo. Kitchen has a huge walk in scullery and is fully fitted. Main bedroom and kitchen lead onto the sundeck.Three fully contained flats for additional income.Two by two bedroom and one by one bedroom. Each unit has its own braai area and alarm. What you see is what you get with this delightful property. Three phase electricity. The beautiful little village of Clansthal, practically a retreat from other bustling towns on the south coast, lies snug between Umkomaas and Scottburgh, just 40 kilometres from Durban.To Rent From 1 August 2017. Rent to buy option also available as this home is on the market too!Clansthal is one of those gems where everything seems to take on a special quality and one manages to side step time and its demands. The beach is breath taking - a long, secluded stretch of white sand used only by the locals and the odd shore fisherman. Watching a sunrise from here is almost surreal. One can walk along the shore all the way to the swimming beach at Scottburgh, a lovely beach and a safer swimming beach, even if it is a lot busier than Clansthal.Between Clansthal and Scottburgh lies Green Point, a world-class surfing break behind which stands Green Point Lighthouse, on the hill above the waters. The lighthouse is a National Monument, and its beams warn ships off the famous Aliwal Shoal, just offshore. Aliwal Shoal is one of the top ten scuba diving sites in the world and a mecca for divers.But it isnt all about the water in Clansthal. There are a number of Nature Reserves close by, including Vernon Crookes Nature Reserve and Oribi Gorge. Vernon Crookes is largely grassland and forested ravines and lies on a plateau overlooking the green hills of KwaZulu Natal, intermittently scattered with the odd mud hut.There are a number of large herbivores, including zebra but the roads can be treacherous. Oribi Gorge, which derives its name from the rare Oribi antelope that inhabits the area, and its intense ochre cliffs and dense forests offer spectacular views and some wonderful hikes.