Property ID : GDAlice
For Sale, Reduced R4,100,000 - Cottage, House for sale, Kalk Bay
We are pleased to be able to offer you the opportunity to buy into the much sought after fishing village of Kalk Bay. Seldom do these charming Kalk Bay Cottages come available to purchase. The property is withing easy walking distance of schools, shops, pubs, tidal pools, restaurants and of course the fabulously beautiful and charming Kalk Bay Fishing Harbour.
This delightful home offers a covered verandah, the ideal place to while away the evening hours or a great spot for that early morning breakfast as you watch the sun rise over the Hottentots Holland Mountains and light up the Kalk Bay Harbour. Leading off the verandah is the passage which takes you straight through the house to the back courtyard which has lovely views of the Kalk Bay Mountain, it’s a delightful space for al fresco dinners! The kitchen lounge/dining room are open plan leading into the back courtyard. Oregon pine flooring!
Three bedrooms, a family bathroom, outside shower and a study with a harbour view complete the picture!
The property shares a wall with the neighbouring property thus is semi detached the erf measures 265 sqm
Rates and taxes R1650.00 which includes the SRA levy – “Between 2011 and 2013 five new SRA’s have been formed in predominantly residential areas. The SRA By-Law provides for an additional rate to be levied on property owners within the Special Rates Area. Unlike the revenue collected from traditional rates and taxes, the SRA levy is ring-fenced specifically for improving services exclusively within the Special Rates Area in which the SRA levy is paid. The SRA levy (previously known as the CID levy) is collected by the City of Cape Town and disbursed to the Company which manages the SRA with a mandate to ‘top-up’ municipal services in accordance with a business plan and budget approved by the community and the City of Cape Town. The SRA company is subject to audit and the City of Cape Town retains oversight of its affairs to ensure that it fulfills its approved mandate.”