4 Bedroom house to rent in Uniondale

Western Cape, Uniondale, Uniondale
4 rooms
6,600 R
2/16/2018
4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, main en-suite and walk-in closet with separate entrance. Formal lounge, and TV room/entertainment areas with fireplace. Kid's den, study, and modern kitchen. Double garages adjacent to house, Large garden and situated in a quiet residential neighbourhood. Sattelite dish, Burglar bars, alarm system and air conditioning. Blinds fitted. Stove and scullery in the kitchen. Pre-paid electricity. ERF Size 3480m² 4 Bedrooms 1 Family Room 1 Dining Room 1 Study Security House Levels Laundry Room 2 Fireplaces 2 Bathrooms 1 TV Room 1 Lounge 3 Store Rooms Kitchen Entrance hall Teen pad Aircon 2 Garages Pool Braai Facilities Garden 2 Parking Spaces Patio Views Irrigation
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7 at Grey B

Klein Karoo , Central Karoo
1 room
230 R
4/28/2018
This luxury free-standing cottage is situated in a big garden in a quiet street off the main road. The cottage is fully restored and tastefully decorated in a French provincial style. The open-plan suite consists of a queen-size bed and chairs. The en-suite heated bathroom comes with separate shower and Victorian bath. Facilities include a bar fridge with honesty bar, microwave, coffee and tea-making facilities, a television and radio. There are many scenic drives from Uniondale; you can drive down the Prince Alfred Pass to Knysna or visit the picturesque town of De Rust and drive through the majestic Meirings Poort. Oudtshoorn and George are both 110 km away from Uniondale. Cyclists can enjoy the beautiful surroundings in a safe environment. Furnished Property Reference #: 1098939 Nearby Places/Vicinity: *** Agent Details: *** www.safarinow.com 153 Main road Muizenbuerg 7945
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Cara Domhain

Plettenberg Bay , Eden
1 room
1,200 R
4/30/2018
Cara Domhain is a comfortable country home situated in the small, peaceful village of Wittedrift only 15 minutes drive from the centre of Plettenberg Bay. The spacious (120 sq.m.) ground floor apartment opens onto a lush garden alive with birdsong. The unit, which sleeps four, is fully furnished with its own bathroom and kitchen. An unusual, fun feature is the table tennis table – a great boon for adults and children alike, and a more healthy activity than watching television. We are a non-smoking establishment.Wittedrift sits snugly in the Bitou Valley, a paradise for bird watchers, where you can enjoy a delightful stroll beside the vlei and river. We are a few minutes’ drive from the Eden-Addo hiking trail.The village has three shops, and worth particular mention is the butchery owned and stocked by local farmers who are well known for providing Plettonians with delicious, organic meat. Children can play safely in the street or in the village skateboard park.Cara Domhain strives for a light, environmental footprint and guests are welcome to help themselves to produce in season from the organic garden. Friendly dogs and children are welcome.The beaches of Plett are outstanding, but lesser known are the rocky beaches of the Keurbooms area, also only 12 minutes away.This area of stunning natural beauty offers a wide variety of attractions such as Monkeyland, Elephant Park, Snake Park, other bird and wildlife sanctuaries and even two game reserves. Activities include sea and river kayaking, swimming, surfing, sky diving, snorkelling, golf, tennis, horse riding, boating, marine safaris and hiking.Many artists and craftsman have made their home here and contribute greatly to the ambience of this friendly, relaxed community.Approaching from the south along the N2, you pass two turn-offs to Plettenberg Bay town on your right. After the second turn-off it is 6 km to the Uniondale road R340, where you turn left. After a further 4 km you turn left towards Wittedrift. As you enter the village turn left at the NGK church; after approximately 100m turn right into Strydom Road. Cara Domhain is the second house on the right. It is the only double storey house on the street. Expect a warm welcome!Please note that the rates displayed is for four people but we can accommodate five people. Furnished Property Reference #: 1304973 Nearby Places/Vicinity: *** Agent Details: www.safarinow.com 153 Main road Muizenbuerg 7945
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7 at Grey B

Klein Karoo , Central Karoo
1 room
230 R
4/9/2018
This luxury free-standing cottage is situated in a big garden in a quiet street off the main road. The cottage is fully restored and tastefully decorated in a French provincial style. The open-plan suite consists of a queen-size bed and chairs. The en-suite heated bathroom comes with separate shower and Victorian bath. Facilities include a bar fridge with honesty bar, microwave, coffee and tea-making facilities, a television and radio. There are many scenic drives from Uniondale; you can drive down the Prince Alfred Pass to Knysna or visit the picturesque town of De Rust and drive through the majestic Meirings Poort. Oudtshoorn and George are both 110 km away from Uniondale. Cyclists can enjoy the beautiful surroundings in a safe environment. Furnished Property Reference #: 1098939 Nearby Places/Vicinity: *** Agent Details: *** www.safarinow.com 153 Main road Muizenbuerg 7945
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Farms for sale in Keurbooms River - 15 bedroom 644998 | 5-5

Garden Route,Plettenberg Bay - Suburb Trends,Keurbooms River
15 rooms
27 m²
36,000,000 R
3/13/2018
Private Island for sale in South Africa on the beautiful Garden Route � This 27 hectare private, inland island nature reserve has its own indigenous forest � a 1000 meter grass runway � Magnificent bird life � Three secluded thatched chalets with game roaming among the chalets � Long stretches of sandy private beach � The island is a wonderful base for any and all water sports � Very private and exclusive � The island is the ideal wedding and honeymoon venue � It is also suitable for other functions where something different is sought � Guests have the full use of our canoes and motorboats are available for rent � Access to the island for its residents and guests is by aeroplane or our own ferry � 12 SC rooms and 3 BB rooms Island History: The History of the island is an interesting tale of horse-drawn pont's, and enterprising farmers . The Keurbooms river is 70km long, rising near Uniondale at the eastern end of the Little Karoo, but is navigable by powered boats for only the first 5km. The river winds its way through history, exposing the sharply inclined quartzite beds, some 400 million years old. Until the 1880s, the Keurbooms River was a difficult boundary between the Western and Eastern Cape, and two enterprising brothers - the owners family - started a horse-drawn ferry crossing to cater for travellers along the coast. Although successful, a road bridge was desirable, and a road was built - at some substantial cost and with many engineering difficulties along the impossibly steep riverbank. Sadly, the riverbed was unsuitable for the foundations for a bridge, and all that road-building effort and cost was wasted: the road now simply forms a nice walk along and above the river until it comes to an abrupt end. It is the only privately owned island in South Africa. The family used the island to graze cattle on during the summer months, walking them across during low tide. A bridge was finally opened in the late 1920s, but was destroyed by floods just a few years later in 1931. Of course, the Keurbooms was just the first of a whole succession of deep gorges carrying short, steep-sided river valleys to the sea from the Tsitsikamma range. The great South African road-builder Thomas Bain, accompanied by an equally capable forester Captain Harison, surveyed a route through in 1869, but the road was not completed until 1885, such was the scale of the engineering. Today, the N102 road follows that zigzag route through all the gorges, while the new toll road skims across the tops, leaping the gorges on a succession of huge concrete bridges. In 1985 the Island was sold. The new owners was actually looking for a holiday home for their family and came across the island. They built on the island having to transport all the material across the river by raft from the mainland. Being farmers they built with scraps and did all the architecture themselfs. The N2 bridge was under construction and they bought the discarded poles for R1 each! Reject klinker bricks were used as well as local material such as slate from the old causeway and river sand was used for the concrete. It took three years to complete the project. During the project they decided to link it to their hunting farm as a getaway for foreign guests after hunting in the bush. It was opened to the public as a B and restaurant shortly thereafter .With the airstrip guests could fly in and local boat owners could arrive from the river. Springbok, grysbuck, cranes and warthogs were all part of the scene. Klippies, a tame klipspringer lived in the house and entertained the guests by walking on the dining room table eating all the flowers. In 2007 the buildings were renovated to present 4 star standard. The resort has been successfully run as a four star resort since 2007 just outside Plettenberg Bay on the beautiful Garden Route of South Africa. - Translate
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36,000,000 R
2/22/2018
Private Island for sale in South Africa on the beautiful Garden Route • This 27 hectare private, inland island nature reserve has its own indigenous forest • a 1000 meter grass runway • Magnificent bird life • Three secluded thatched chalets with game roaming among the chalets • Long stretches of sandy private beach • The island is a wonderful base for any and all water sports • Very private and exclusive • The island is the ideal wedding and honeymoon venue • It is also suitable for other functions where something different is sought • Guests have the full use of our canoes and motorboats are available for rent • Access to the island for its residents and guests is by aeroplane or our own ferry • 12 SC rooms and 3 BB rooms Island History: The History of the island is an interesting tale of horse-drawn pont's, and enterprising farmers . The Keurbooms river is 70km long, rising near Uniondale at the eastern end of the Little Karoo, but is navigable by powered boats for only the first 5km. The river winds its way through history, exposing the sharply inclined quartzite beds, some 400 million years old. Until the 1880s, the Keurbooms River was a difficult boundary between the Western and Eastern Cape, and two enterprising brothers - the owners family - started a horse-drawn ferry crossing to cater for travellers along the coast. Although successful, a road bridge was desirable, and a road was built - at some substantial cost and with many engineering difficulties along the impossibly steep riverbank. Sadly, the riverbed was unsuitable for the foundations for a bridge, and all that road-building effort and cost was wasted: the road now simply forms a nice walk along and above the river until it comes to an abrupt end. It is the only privately owned island in South Africa. The family used the island to graze cattle on during the summer months, walking them across during low tide. A bridge was finally opened in the late 1920s, but was destroyed by floods just a few years later in 1931. Of course, the Keurbooms was just the first of a whole succession of deep gorges carrying short, steep-sided river valleys to the sea from the Tsitsikamma range. The great South African road-builder Thomas Bain, accompanied by an equally capable forester Captain Harison, surveyed a route through in 1869, but the road was not completed until 1885, such was the scale of the engineering. Today, the N102 road follows that zigzag route through all the gorges, while the new toll road skims across the tops, leaping the gorges on a succession of huge concrete bridges. In 1985 the Island was sold. The new owners was actually looking for a holiday home for their family and came across the island. They built on the island having to transport all the material across the river by raft from the mainland. Being farmers they built with scraps and did all the architecture themselfs. The N2 bridge was under construction and they bought the discarded poles for R1 each! Reject klinker bricks were used as well as local material such as slate from the old causeway and river sand was used for the concrete. It took three years to complete the project. During the project they decided to link it to their hunting farm as a getaway for foreign guests after hunting in the bush. It was opened to the public as a B and restaurant shortly thereafter .With the airstrip guests could fly in and local boat owners could arrive from the river. Springbok, grysbuck, cranes and warthogs were all part of the scene. Klippies, a tame klipspringer lived in the house and entertained the guests by walking on the dining room table eating all the flowers. In 2007 the buildings were renovated to present 4 star standard. The resort has been successfully run as a four star resort since 2007 just outside Plettenberg Bay on the beautiful Garden Route of South Africa. *** Main En-Suite 6.00 View Yes Guest Toilet Yes Kitchen Yes Laundry Yes Dining Room Yes Entrance Hall Yes Formal Lounge Yes Family/TV Room Yes Patio Yes Staff Accommodation Yes TV Aerial yes Satellite Dish yes Size 27.00 Size Type Ha Pool Yes Flat Yes Lapa/braai yes Staff Toilet/Bath yes Stove yes Study Yes Rec-Room Yes Paving Yes Security Yes Alarm Yes Security Lights Yes Pets Yes Aircon Yes Built in Cupboards yes Showers yes Vicinity Garden route, South Africa Farm Type Inland island
Moreleopardrockestates.co.za
3 rooms
650 R
10/31/2017
Shanzeley is located in the upper Langkloof area between George and Uniondale. With breathtaking mountain views and tranquil scenery, this humble farmhouse, luxuriously fitted in a French Colonial style, brings deep restorative rest. Its quietness aims for an escape from the city and offers an array of activities including hiking and educational agricultural projects on the farm. Shanzeley is a three bedroom self-catering farmhouse, with a fully functional kitchen, two lounges and laundry facilities. R1350 per night. We have finished renovating our farm cotttage, one bedroom sleeping 2 people at R650 per night. Visit our website at www.shanzeley.co.za or email Jolette at *** for bookings.
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