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Nelspruit: Elegant family home with timeless features

Nelspruit: Elegant family home with timeless features

Nelspruit has been called the gateway to Mpumalanga and the Kruger National Park. It is the largest city in Mpumalanga and offers an international airport, good hotels, restaurants, a botanical garden, shopping malls and specialty shops. Nelspruit has enjoyed the highest growth rate in the country for several years, its proximity to the Kruger National Park and other beauty spots have been a huge attraction for the area.

The area is the financial and business capital of Mpumalanga.  With its subtropical climate, lush hills and valleys, Nelspruit is alive with possibility.


Alitha van Straten, a property consultant at Fine & Country Kellaprince, who has operated in the Nelspruit area for the past three years, states that major commercial developments are taking place in the area and a number of retirement-style developments are set to be built in the near future. 


Fine & Country Kellaprince is marketing a stylish and gracious double storey family home in a sought-after area of Nelspruit.  This north facing, architecturally designed home is located in a quiet cul-de-sac on a 4583 m² stand.  A subtropical garden with water features and uninterrupted views of the Lowveld Mountains create a peaceful atmosphere which surrounds the entire home. 


The home offers five bedrooms, two bathrooms, two separate toilets, formal lounge, study with aircon, granite top kitchen with scullery and pantry, laundry, store room, staff quarters and automated garages for three cars and extra storage space.  The open plan living areas and bar open with sliding doors to the entertainment area and pool. The asking price of the property is R3.2 million.


Amenities close to this property include a number of schools, a gym, private hospital and a large shopping centre. There are many beautiful nature and hiking trails are in the vicinity of Nelspruit. There is also a mall with an 8-theatre cinema complex, casino and entertainment centre.

Mpumalanga shows great historical, scenic and wildlife diversity. Historical sites and villages, such as the old wagon routes mark events and characters that passed before. Other attractions in the area include God’s Window, aptly named for its panoramic view over the Lowveld 900m below; the 25km long Blyde River Canyon, which is the third largest Canyon in the world; while several waterfalls and the Kruger National Park are all within easy reach along a good network of tarred roads. The Kruger National Park is the oldest game reserve in the world and boasts the “big five”.


“The area is a magnet for tourism because of its surrounding attractions. Residential sales are steady at the moment and there are a large number of businessmen relocating to Nelspruit to tap into the growing commercial market,” concludes Alitha.


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