Situated on the beautiful North Coast of KwaZulu-Natal within the Sibaya Coastal Precinct, Pebble Beach offers resort-style living with beachfront access. This allows you to experience seaside living at its finest. As additional benefits of living in this resort-style estate, you can access a range of retail conveniences on your doorstep.
Gateway Theatre of Shopping
You’ll be living 5-minutes away from the ultimate shopper’s paradise! With over 300 stores to choose from, you can look forward to the ever-evolving Gateway Theatre of Shopping, that presents everything from beachwear to formal attire. Indulge in a shopping spree fit for the famous with the likes of Zara and Spitz or shop local with bespoke items from South African designers at YDE.
The Umhlanga Village
A mere short drive from Pebble Beach, the Umhlanga Village area hosts a range of retail stores and restaurants. Stop by on the way home to grab dinner, necessities from Pick ‘n Pay or your monthly medication at Clicks. Hosting a Woolworths and Sorbet, you can pop in for a quick massage before your grocery run. Leave your car in the secured undercover parking and take a leisurely stroll to explore the local boutiques that the area presents.
King Shaka International Airport
Planning a trip? Pebble Beach is less tahn 10-minutes from King Shaka International Airport! Living the on-the-go lifestyle is made effortless as Sibaya links easily to this destination via the M4 or N2.
Flag Animal Farm
Drive further North, along the Indian Ocean, and take in the sea breeze while you make your way through to the Flag Animal Farm. Located 15-minutes from Pebble Beach, enjoy a morning with the kids as they discover the animal life and the outdoors.
In just a few short years, the Sibaya Coastal Precinct will also be home to a myriad of shopping centres, nature trails, and family recreational areas that will become your regular as a Pebble Beach resident. Delight in the serenity that Pebble Beach brings, while accessing all your daily amenities and retail facilities in less than 15 minutes.
Despite stiff competition from the Atlantic Seaboard, Durban is attracting investors looking for coastal holiday homes.
FNB’s latest property barometer shines a light on where people are purchasing additional property as holiday homes. Despite slowed growth in the property sector all round, Durban was one of the regions which is experiencing growth in this area.
Overall, this sector has seen a jump of 2.5% at the end of 2019, perhaps driven by the lower repo rate or the banks ease at granting bonds of late. Cape town, and moreover the Atlantic Seaboard has always commanded high property prices and attracted a wealthy niche market from South Africa and abroad. However, the data shows there is an increasing move towards Durban of late.
Umhlanga KZN now commands the 2nd most expensive price-per-square-metre in South Africa, after Cape Town and ahead of Sandton. Despite economic challenges as well as negative sentiment in some corners, there is still activity in the residential property market with some surprising outcomes. Coastal property remains ever attractive and has managed to retain value with a lot more interest coming from buyers in Gauteng.
Durban overall is undergoing its own transformation with plenty growth along the North Coast. Ballito has had a population boom in the last decade, and many are now choosing to make the suburb home as it offers a choice of secure residential estate properties across a range of price points with modern and essential amenities in close proximity. Moving a little southwards, new growth areas include the Sibaya Coastal Precinct, which just by sheer velocity and value of sales is the country’s best performing residential precinct. There is a lot more to come in the precinct which will ultimately become its own city with an array of home types and price points, schools, retail piazzas, sports amenities, a private university and even its own internal thoroughfare and shuttle service.