An extensive renovation of South Lodge, Westford Bridge, has brought this charming 2 bedroom home plus study, right up-to-date whilst retaining the character of the original cottage. This easy and secure lock up and go offers comfortable, stylish living in Knysna's premier eco-estate, Westford Bridge, along the Knysna River. The double volume open plan living area is sunny and light with real flame gas fire and ceiling fan. The dining area has double doors to a covered patio with exquisite water views whilst the beautifully appointed feature kitchen is flooded with light. New flooring of ceramic wood effect tiles has been laid throughout the property. Great care has been taken to present an interior that is a perfect marriage of classic and contemporary. There are two bedrooms, both offering gorgeous water views and two brand new bathrooms.
A staircase is cleverly integrated for access into the loft that would make an ideal occasional third bedroom, study or studio. A wraparound deck allows for morning, midday and afternoon sun with fabulous water views across the lagoon and Knysna River. Clear Guard Trellidoors on the bedrooms ventilate both sleeping areas on those hot summer nights. The delightful garden, which has been re-landscaped and terraced with water-wise indigenous plants, is fully fenced to the rear. The front garden at the entrance to the property has been newly paved and the garage upgraded with new floor, ceiling and remote door. Reasonable rates and levies at Westford Bridge make this property a perfect home or holiday retreat for the discerning buyer. The Estate is a mere 7kms from Knysna Centre with its own sewage plant, boatyard and private water access. This country lifestyle property offers small fauna, abundant birdlife and magnificent fynbos with numerous pristine walking trails and private access to the Knysna Lagoon. Asking price is R3 200 000 PLUS 15% VAT.
OWNER`S QUOTE: "We are indeed privileged that from our home we have superb walking trails through the Eco estate, & along the Knysna River estuary. With thousands of plant species indigenous to South Africa, abundant wildlife, and rare and beautiful birds, that visit our garden, we live in a true paradise"