There are 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The main bedroom and lounge has air conditioners and the other rooms have ceiling fans. The solar geyser supplies hot water year round without using electricity according to the current owner.
The property is situated near the schools and other amenities.
Velddrif is a coastal fishing town in the Bergrivier Local Municipality, Western Cape, South Africa. Velddrif is located approximately 145 kilometres (90 mi) north of Cape Town, and is connected to Cape Town by the R27 road. The R27 joins the R399 at Velddrif. It is situated near the point that the meandering Berg River flows into the sea at St. Helena Bay. This estuary is an important bird habitat, home to around 30,000 birds, including up to 80 species which are endemic to the Cape coast. Well over 350 different species of birds can be seen here as it is a habitat for sea, river and land birds.
Flowers grow in this area, including the Euclea racemosa (Kersbos), Babiana ringens (Rotstert), Willdenowia incurvata (Sonkwas Riet), Limonium (Strandroos) and Leucospermum rodolentum (Sandveld Luisebos). Regular boat trips can be taken up the river to view birds.
The main industries of Velddrif are fishing, tourism, and salt production. There are two large salt works in the town that provide much of the salt in the Western Cape. The fishing industry is substantial in Velddrif; the town is part of the Crayfish Route. A common scene in the area is the rickety wooden jetties with the dried fish speciality, Bokkoms hung up the dry. The town contains Port Owen, which comprises 100 hectares and has 3.5 km of waterways.
The town attracts a number of tourists, especially for its wildlife, fishing, yachting and its art galleries, which represents the work of over 100 artists and craftsmen in the area. Birdwatching is a significant component of the town's tourism sector as the Berg River Estuary that the town is situated next to is famous as a rare bird hotspot with over 200 species found in the 24,000 hectare wetland.
There are numerous restaurants in Velddrif and nearby Laaiplek which serve fresh fish and other seafood. A holiday resort has grown up around the marina area of Port Owen and Admiral Island Security Village. The annual Berg River Canoe Marathon which starts in Paarl ends at the Carinus Bridge in Velddrif. The first Berg River Canoe Marathon was held in 1962, and has gained a reputation for being one of the toughest courses in the world, also being the longest course in South Africa.
Velddrif is a fast growing town and this is a one time chance in order to get hold of such an exquisite property. To hesitate is loss!!