Fernkloof Estate - Secure residential village estate surrounding the 27 hole Hermanus Golf Club, which was launched in 2004 with a development sell out of all erven in less than six hours at a total value of R260 million!
Situated in the historic holiday village of Hermanus, the world renowned land based whale watching site, the newly developed Fernkloof Estate is nestled under the Fernkloof Nature Reserve and boasts spectacular views from all aspects.
The estate comprises 330 wholly owned residential erven in 6 different precincts (or villages) situated within or on the perimeter of the newly constructed Matkovich and Heyes 27 hole golf course.
- All Plots now sold out.
- Houses (total cost to buyer; ie: plot & completed home) priced from R6.5 Million to R17 Million
All precincts, with the exception of precinct 1, have a central access security point and all homeowners have direct access onto the course via cart paths after golfing hours.
Careful attention to detail has been given in the creation and positioning of the six individual villages, offering a variety of golf, sea and mountain views and private open spaces in each village. The environmentally friendly landscaping on the perimeter and within each village is harmonious with the magnificent natural surrounding environment. Stringent architectural design guidelines have been laid down that govern both structure and finishes and building time frames are enforced contractors are monitored.
Fernkloof Estate offers discerning buyers a lifestyle opportunity to reside within one of the walled and gated security guarded villages whilst enjoying the beauty of the surrounding golf course and the vistas that so characterise Hermanus.
The precincts each have their own Homeowners Associations and operate autonomously with their own levy structure relative to their individual costs but pay a nominal levy to the Master Homeowners Association for maintenance and management of the common areas and wetlands.The management of each Homeowners Association is sourced from owners and meetings are held regularly with an annual AGM of each precinct and Master Property Owners Association.
Each precinct, save precinct 1, has its own attractively designed, slate tiled guardhouse that is manned on either a 12 or 24 hour basis and provides access via an electrically controlled gate to the village. There are individual postboxes and postal delivery to each precinct and an intercom system from the guardhouse to the individual owners property for visitors. The roads in each precinct are brick paved with speed humps and a section of frontal properties open onto the golf course.
Hermanus Golf Club includes: 27-Hole Golf Course, driving range, practice chipping and putting facilities, clubhouse with restaurant and bar, well stocked Pro-Shop, golf cart and equipment hire, Billiards room, Functions.
The seaside town of Hermanus in Walker Bay lies just an hour drive from Cape Town along the scenic N2 highway, and an hour from Cape Agulas, the southernmost tip of Africa.
One of South Africa’s favourite holiday spots, Hermanus offers the best land-based whale-watching anywhere in the world. A cliff path, stretching from the one side of the town to the other, hugs the coastline for about 12 km allowing whale watchers to get within 20m of the gentle giants in the coves below! Telescopes situated alongside the Old Harbour Museum makes it possible to survey the entire Walker Bay and the whales and dolphins at close range.
Hermanus is also the only town in the world to boast an official Whale Crier whose role is to keep visitors informed as to the whereabouts of the whales as he does his rounds through town every day. The sound of his kelp horn has become a unique part of the charm of this seaside resort during the whale season.
Fernkloof Estate is within close proximity to: Eastcliff Spar Shopping Centre, Lizette's Restuarant, Voelklip and Grotto Beach, Fernkloof Nature Reserve, Hermanus Village centre and Primary and High Schools