For sale of house in Warrenton, Stanger

R 1,300,000
$ 91,780

3 2 250sqm

Warrenton, Stanger, KwaDukuza, KwaZulu-Natal

House For Sale in Warrenton, Stanger, KwaDukuza, KwaZulu-Natal

This home is well structured to facilitate an array of options. Though it is well suited as a family home, possibilities of a guest house, a rental property or a combination of the above exist as viable options for ambitious investors. The stunning family residence is designed for cordial indoor-outdoor relaxation and entertaining. Exquisite details impart a particular grace to the home. Situated in the peaceful and tranquil area of warrenton, stanger. The home is ideally located close to places of worship, schools and the mall. The home comprises of spacious living areas, a gourmet kitchen with a pantry as well as a scullery. The open plan layout leading into the dining area is perfect for entertaining guests or enjoying that family sunday brunch. The three bedrooms are spacious and is fitted with built in cupboards. He master bedroom has an en suite as well a spacious patio. There is a double garage as well as 2 room basement that can be utilized for storage or a home business. The yard take in a verdant expanse of nature, the kids will surely enjoy playing outdoors on the lush lawn underneath the tall litchi tree. An opportunity not to be missed. Kwadukuza (also known as stanger) is a town in kwazulu-natal, south africa. In 2006, its official name was changed from stanger to kwadukuza; however many south africans continue to use the name "stanger" today. Kwadukuza-stanger serves as the commercial, magisterial and communication centre for the large sugar-producing district. In february 2018, the town opened the kwadukuza private hospital, the second major hospital in the area after the stanger provincial hospital. In september 2018 the 29000 sqaure metre kwadukuza mall was open. Stanger lies inland from blythedale beach. The weather here is typically tropical and humidity high, hence the sugarcane; and bottlenose dolphins use the sea as their playground throughout the year. The indian market in town is worth a visit.

Updated on 15 October 2019

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