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Melkbosstrand’s R39m equestrian estate up for investment grabs

6.7 hectare Napoleon Avenue
The 6.7 hectare Napoleon Avenue in Melkbosstrand, on the market for R39 million.

With its paddocks, stables, majestic main house and modern office block complete with top notch amenities, comfortably ensconced on almost seven hectares of prime agricultural land, an equestrian estate in Melkbosstrand, on the market for R39 million, is brimming with possibilities.  

Pam Golding Properties has the exclusive mandate to market the 6.7 hectare Napoleon Avenue smallholding which offers farm living just a horse ride away from the beach. It boasts a 740m2 main house with five bedrooms, a complete office block with its own gym and an equestrian area that includes a tack room, six paddocks, stables, a dressage area and two judge boxes. The property also has a flat and five garages and the entire estate is protected with CCTV cameras and other security features.

Gerrit Bruwer, Pam Golding Properties agent for Melkbosstrand, says it is rare to find a property with this amount of space so close to a residential area as well as the beach. Nearby Moringstar also has equestrian estates, but this Melkbosstrand property is unusual in that it also enjoys a prime location almost on the beachfront.

This light and spacious double-storey house is an entertainer’s dream with various reception rooms including a lounge, family and TV rooms, braai room and a sizable salt chlorinated swimming pool. Three of the five bedrooms are en suite and the gourmet kitchen has modern fittings. The office block comprises four offices, a boardroom, kitchen and a bathroom and it is linked to a fully-fitted gym and another entertainment area of about 100m2. There is ample parking for cars on the estate.

“This property, which would be ideal for a horse-riding family, has considerable income-generating potential and is the ideal investment opportunity for a buyer looking for a unique property offering an enviable lifestyle afforded to few,” says Bruwer.