Romansbaai Beach and Fynbos Estate

Your Private Piece Of Paradise

Romansbaai Beach & Fynbos Estate is located just two hours’ drive from South Africa's Mother City, Cape Town, making it a convenient and easily accessible choice for weekend breakaways. With the increase in fast-paced, city living in built-up urban areas, the need to ‘get away’ is hot on everybody’s lips and Romansbaai Beach & Fynbos Estate is a first class ticket to your very own piece of paradise. The estate offers residents and holidaymakers an exclusive, secure living arrangement with 24-hour access control as well as perimeter patrols by guards. Properties are larger than usual, ensuring your future privacy, and the layout of the estate is user friendly with walkways and trails just waiting to be explored. The unspoiled sands of the estates north-facing beach lie in wait for you and large full-title properties are nestled between blankets of endemic Walker Bay Fynbos, colourfully sprawled on the Danger Point peninsula.

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With the ever increasing urbanization and growth that the Western Cape is experiencing, popular areas such as Hermanus and the Hemel & Aarde Valley are bursting at the seams with property owners who want a sweet spot they can escape to when the hustle and bustle of city living get too much. The Cape Overberg is enjoying a newfound interest from those seeking the calm and tranquillity that is known to be found in smaller towns.

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Romansbaai Beach & Fynbos Estate is situated just two hours’ drive from Cape Town which makes it conveniently close for those wanting a quick getaway, as well as being easily accessible for international tourists commuting from the airport. The drive to paradise takes you along the scenic Cape Whale Coast and you will start to unwind before you reach your destination. The estate is situated on the Danger Point peninsula and lies in an area that has been relatively untouched by major development.

Security

Security

At Romansbaai Beach & Fynbos Estate you are able to live with absolute peace of mind in a safe and fully-guarded environment. The latest techniques in biometric access control are used at the entrance points and 24 hour ‘around the clock’ security allows you to enjoy a secure, carefree coastal lifestyle that city dwellers dream of. You get to take unhurried and relaxing walks on one of the many trails on the estate at any time of the day or night while children can play freely in the safe, quiet streets. Romansbaai Beach & Fynbos Estate offers you unparalleled security, without the feeling of being caged into an urban complex.

Nature

Nature

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You are invited to come and spend unforgettable days and enchanting evenings overlooking the azure blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean. The estate and its pristine clean, sheltered beach are north-facing which means they are protected from the strong south-easterly winds which lash the Cape in summer. Romansbaai Beach & Fynbos Estate lies in the heart of the Cape Floral Kingdom and one of its main attractions is that it is likely one of the last coastal residential estates which to be built in the area, offering direct access to a beach and the ocean. Marine, animal and plant life are protected on the estate, and birds, such as the African black oystercatcher, go about their daily business without a care in the world. In season, Southern Right Whales flock to these coastal waters, which have become internationally acclaimed and are known to offer the best whale watching opportunities on the planet. Cape Grysbokkies peacefully roam around their safe haven, which is the blanket of endemic fynbos in your very own backyard.

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Romansbaai Beach & Fynbos Estate is undoubtedly for the discerning few who seek perfection! Here, magical starlit night skies make a reappearance to the soundtrack of ocean crashing against shore, while an abundance of fresh, champagne air flows freely, just for you...

Investment Opportunity

Investment Opportunity

From the minute you choose to join the Romansbaai Beach & Fynbos Estate ‘way of life’, you will be guided through all the necessary steps to turn your dream into a reality. This is an exclusive investment opportunity and there are strict guidelines enforced on those purchasing the vacant erven as well as those who select the plot-and-plan homes. There are north-facing stands that have spectacular views of Walker Bay as well as the south - and east-facing stands that overlook the Atlantic Ocean towards Kleinbaai and Dyer Island. Entry level properties are available and are nestled in lush fynbos forests that have gorgeous mountain views.
Romansbaai Beach & Fynbos Estate is perfect for those who want to relocate and set down new roots as well as for those who desire their own personal holiday hideaway. Suddenly the thought of retiring becomes less daunting because a laid back and safe, happy future awaits those who choose to do so at this prime estate.
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Owning property in Romansbaai offers you an opportunity to generate passive income off the leisure-rental market, which is enjoying an increase in visitors to the area each year. So, if for some or other reason you don't occupy your place in the sun on a full-time basis, there will be plenty of people just vying for a chance to rent it from you on a part-time basis. There are plenty of highly competent agents in the area who will take care of any home management services you may require if you decide to use your investment in this manner, generating rental income.

For an introduction to this exclusive investment, please contact us. Viewings are by appointment only.

Activities

Activities

  • Romansbaai Beach & Fynbos Estate is conveniently situated within a 15 kilometer radius of a host of exciting activities and things to do in Gansbaai.
  • Gansbaai is the closest town to the Romansbaai Beach & Fynbos Estate and there are schools, doctors and all the other necessary services you may need within a few minutes drive, minus any traffic jams.
  • There are a myriad of businesses in Gansbaai and you will find grocery stores, clothing shops, hardware suppliers, restaurants and pubs all conveniently situated within a few minutes drive from your new home.
  • Enjoy a round of golf at the Gansbaai Golf Club, which is the southernmost golf course in Africa. With its links style layout, this petite 9-hole golf course lies nestled between blankets of indigenous fynbos and the Atlantic Ocean.
  • Gansbaai is home to the highest density of Great White Sharks in the world and for the adrenaline junkie there is Great White Shark cage diving in Kleinbaai. Plunge into the cold Atlantic and get up close and personal with these apex predators.
  • Romansbaai Beach & Fynbos Estate is located in a prime tourist and visitor area.  During the months of June to December, the waters around Gansbaai are home to Southern Right Whales, who come to our shores to mate, birth and raise their young calves. Thousands of visitors from around the globe flock to this Cape Whale Coast town to witness this spectacle.
  • Mountain biking enthusiasts will find endless trails to explore as well as an array of MTB and trail running events to attend throughout the year.  
  • The hills and valleys of the Overberg are covered in wine pockets and some of the best wine estates in the country are just a short drive from Romansbaai Beach & Fynbos Estate. Visit the popular Lomond Wine Estate with its stylish tasting room and enjoy their award winning wines, while indulging in local cheese, charcuterie or a trout platter made with trout farmed in the estates dam.
  • There are hiking trails in abundance with one of the favourites being the Beachcomber's Perlemoen Trail which stretches along the coast from Quoin Point Nature Reserve to the Walker Bay Nature Reserve. The trail is Green Flag accredited and boasts some of the most spectacular coastal scenery, including stretches of white sandy beaches, rocky cliffs, swimming beaches, indigenous fynbos, a milkwood forest as well as historical caves.
  • Join the Southern Cape Astronomy Club for a stargazing evening where you get the opportunity to learn about the Milky Way or quite simply wish upon a star as you throw your eyes up to the night sky and immerse yourself in the magic of the cosmos.
  • For the keen fisherman there are a myriad of recreational fishing opportunities along the Gansbaai coastline and the area is popular with rock and surf anglers as well as those sea-lovers who enjoy fishing by boat.
  • Danger Point is most famous for its lighthouse which is situated on the southern point of Walker Bay. Forty-three years before the establishment of the lighthouse, the British troopship H.M Birkenhead was wrecked on a unchartered reef just off the the coastline and it was on this clear night on 26 February 1852 that the protocol of “women and children first” was used. The lighthouse is open to the public.

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