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Lake Brenton Development

Lake Brenton Development - Knysna
A boardwalk in the sunset

 

Asking prices from R770 000 - R3 080 000 per stand.


This north-facing development at Lake Brenton, on the banks of the Knysna lagoon, boasts unrestricted views and is nestled in amongst the magnificent Yellowwood and Milkwood forest.


The eco-development consists of 62 plots situated amongst the indigenous forest and most plots come with views of the lagoon. There is no building time limit, you are buying a plot to build your dream home on it.

 



There is the use of a public jetty just off the perimeter of the development and a slip way to launch your boat. This is an eco nature reserve, but pets are allowed subject to the rules and regulations of the Homeowners association. The development has its infrastructure in place and is sold in two phases. The first phase will include a tennis court, swimming pool, and clubhouse. There will also be a security gate house.

Secure your own piece of paradise at prices to suit all pockets


Vision

Our vision is to create an ultimate paradise-getaway that combines sustainability, luxury and adventure all within a single eco-friendly holiday destination.

Here you will still find unspoiled beaches that stretch for miles, coves and caves and yet-to-be-discovered extraordinary settings where the aquamarine sea teems with marine life and the days are lazy, languid and romantic...


Location

The quaint suburb of Brenton is approximately 12 km east of Knysna. Brenton is separated into Lake Brenton, on the western shore of the Knysna Lagoon and Brenton –on –Sea, which lies on the shores of the Indian Ocean.

The Knysna Loerie

It is an ideal vacation and retirement destination offering close proximity to Knysna Central and the Garden Route.


Architecture

The relationship between architecture and the environment is a complex interaction of site, technology, climate, building materials and the home owner and this affinity is gradually assuming more importance as we move towards a defined alliance with nature.

The emphasis worldwide is towards 'sustainable design’ and architects and town planners are working together to assess the impact of buildings on the site’s environment. The architectural style retains its rural character and is designed to blend into the natural landscape.

 

 


Activities

The heart of Lake Brenton will consist of rehabilitated forest which will attract birds and wildlife. The resort will boast a tennis court, clubhouse/games room, swimming pool and security gatehouse. A toddler play park will also be constructed within the clubhouse area.

The resort has its own upgraded slipway which feeds into the Knysna Estuary, an ideal venue for all water sports including sailing, power boating, water skiing, canoeing and angling. The point on the north side of Lake Brenton is considered by many as the best in shore spot for kite surfing.


Attractions

In Knysna you have the opportunity to take a ferry trip or a sunset cruise; hike or cycle in the beautiful forests; take a walk on the beach or sip your favourite drink whilst watching the sunset over the estuary.

With a rich history, gourmet restaurants and a variety of arts and crafts rambles to add, your leisure options are endless. Other sporting and recreational facilities in and around Knysna are boundless and include a bowling club in the centre of town and 3 golf courses, namely Simola, Knysna and Pezula.

For more information contact Michelle Kilmartin on 083 955 6474 visit www.lakebrentonknysna.com


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