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KwaZulu Natal

Bellair

Very affordable and good-value-for-money properties are characteristic of the suburb of Bellair which is also the location of the extremely popular TAFTA Park Retirement Complex. Just a few minutes away from the Albert Luthuli Hospital, the Berea, Bluff, The Malvern Centre and Southway Mall..

Berea

From these early beginnings Durban was born and with it the “Berea” was formed bordering the Durban C.B.D. The Berea originated as a residential area and housed, amongst others, the wealthy industrialists and businessmen of the time. The area enjoys and lies on an elevated ridge of land stretching from North to South with expansive views of the City and sea. The area encompasses suburbs of Morningside to the North and Glenwood to the South with the Berea occupying the center spot. All these residential areas encompassed by the Umbilo River in the South, the Umgeni River to the North, the N2 freeway to the West and the City in the East are made up of well...

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Durban

Durban has an interesting history, Vasco da Gama’s passing in 1497, Lieutenant Farewell and Shaka. In 1823 Farewell took part in a British expedition to Natal and then decided to start a settlement there. He persuaded 25 other British colonists to join him, and in June 1824 he built the first houses. Only four of these original settlers remained with him. In July 1824 he visited Shaka from whom he received a large land grant round Durban Bay. Shaka was a warrior, a military leader, and king of the Zulu people of southern Africa (1816-1828). By the time of his death, Shaka had the largest and most powerful kingdom in south-eastern Africa. The city of Durban is...

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Glenwood

This suburb though having very similar geographical positions as Berea and Morningside to the city is generally different in so far as the houses built in the area are more conventional and though there are some large houses the majority were developed in the 1950’s to serve the large sector of the population who were employed in the harbour and the industrial areas to the South of the City. Because of the migration of this population to the Bluff, Merebank and areas further South the area blossomed catering for the younger person employed in the CBD and those professionals and students associated with the University. In recent years the area has become trendy...

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Morningside

A large popular suburb that spreads from the lower end of the ridge overlooking Durban to just above Greyville Race Course. Morningside also offers some classic examples of large Edwardian and Victorian style homes with tin roofs and wide verandahs , including the State Presidents residence. Large sprawling parks like Mitchell Park and Jameson Park as well as trendy streets on which a distinctly cosmopolitan atmosphere attracts a vibrant nightlife to its restaurants and pubs, especially around Florida Road. Morningside ranks as one of Durban’s three most popular suburbs which one can get good value for money. The established tree lined streets and close proximity...

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Musgrave

Musgrave is one of the more upmarket parts of the Berea in Durban. With numerous retirement complexes to choose from including TAFTA's Ocean View, Lucas Gardens, Cambridge Gardens / Robert Storm House as well as The Caister and Garden Grove, to name a few. The commercial heart of the area is Musgrave Centre - one of Durban's most prestigous shopping malls and extremely popular with retirees. The Saturday morning flea market in Essenwood Road, parallel to Musgrave Road, is a very popular attraction . Many exotic restaurants, ranging from Far Eastern to French, fringe the avenues lined with colourful trees. Much of Musgrave overlooks Durban...

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North Coast

North Coast, KwaZulu-Natal, is renowned for its endless beaches and breathtaking scenery. It is the place where the great Zulu King, Shaka, was buried, and features dozens of sites linked to this warrior and his legacy. Its rich Indian influence also makes for a fascinating voyage of discovery. The North Coast, KwaZulu-Natal, stretches from Zimbali in the south to the Thukela River in the north. While beaches, battle sites and heritage routes comprise the major North Coast attractions, the coastal towns of Ballito, Salt Rock, Umdloti and Zinkwazi offer up endless North Coast activities. KwaZulu-Natal's North Coast is also known as the Dolphin Coast due to the...

Overport

Overport is a hilly residential area in Durban. The name Overport is commonly used to refer to the suburbs of Overport, Sydenham, Sparks and parts of Essenwood, with the part of Sydenham west of Brickfield Road usually called Asherville rather than Overport. The name Overport was coined by William Hartley, the eighth Mayor of Durban, for an estate he developed in what had up to then been called West Hill. The estate was borderd by today's Julia, Springfield, Essenwood (now Stephen Dlamini), and Brickfield (now Felix Dlamini) Roads, although the modern term Overport is commonly used to...

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Pinetown

Pinetown is a middle to upper class suburb situated between Westville and Kloof. It was originally established around the Wayside Hotel in 1850 as this was a stop-off point along the main wagon route between Durban and Pietermaritzburg. It was named after the Governor of Natal at the time, Sir Benjamin Pine. The area used to be perceived as a light industrial town but in recent times this has changed and Pinetown has gained a good reputation in the property market because of its affordability. It is now regarded as a fully-fledged residential suburb with everything needed to service families from schools, sports facilities and upmarket shopping complexes. Property in...

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Sibaya Precinct

Surrounded by exceptional natural heritage, Sibaya Coastal Precinct is designed to work with the landscape and environment to create a seamless relationship between the two. It is a remarkable region within KwaZulu-Natal and takes residential living to new heights. Representing a new way of place-making, Sibaya Coastal Precinct is one of the country’s most desirable areas and combines coastal, forest and hilltop vistas in one inspiring experience. This unique setting allows for individuals of all ages, from young to mature to connect with the important things in life; namely nature, the community and family. In most cases those retiring prefer to live...

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