Nicely laid out with open plan lounge and dining room leading to a deck and pool. Lots of space for children to play and have some pets too.
Close to all amenities and schools.
Scottburgh is known to many as one of the most attractive and popular holiday destinations on the KwaZulu Natal South Coast, but to the average person little is known about the history of the town of Scottburgh and areas surrounding Scottburgh in which Seeff Mid South Coast have its base in Central Scottburgh in Scott Street.
Scottburgh is situated 58km South of Durban and is laid out on the banks of the MPambinyoni River and is the oldest town on the South Coast.
Today Scottburgh is a thriving coastal resort. Drawn by the year-round tropical climate and the warm waters of the Indian Ocean. Visitors flock to escape the cooler hinterland and enjoy the Scottburgh beach with its vast expanse of terraced lawns together with an inviting pool, Scottburgh super tube, Scottburgh mini golf and protected Scottburgh bathing area. Surfers can indulge their passion to find the perfect wave as the ocean at Scottburgh is blessed with swells. One can also tee off at the 18 hole Scottburgh golf course, whilst admiring the lovely sea views. Scottburgh Bowling Club offers hospitality and a good game to Scottburgh bowlers and visitors to Scottburgh , while tennis and squash players are welcomed at the Scottburgh Country Club.
Neighbouring towns to Scottburgh include Pennington Umkomaas, Clantsthal, Sezela, Bazley, Park Rynie, Dududu and Umzinto. Most of Scottburgh residents work for small local businesses or the state sector, while larger industries are located in the towns near Scottburgh in Umkomaas, Umzinto and Sezela.