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LOOK: Would you buy this R75m apartment in uMhlanga?


The sellers say the apartment offers the perfect balance between luxury and convenience in the heart of uMhlanga, but is it worth the price tag?

Panoramic views of the Indian Ocean from at a R1 million listing in uMhlanga. Picture: Supplied

AFTER being listed as one of South Africa’s most expensive places in Henley & Partners’ Africa Wealth Report 2023, uMhlanga, Durban, now has its own million-dollar property listing.

Real estate agency, Fine & Country, has given property buyers a sneak peak into one of two luxurious R75 million, or $4m, apartment, for sale in uMhlanga.

The kitchen in the Ocean 1 apartment in uMhlanga. Picture: Supplied

The agency says the apartments represents a unique investment opportunity in one of South Africa’s most dynamic real estate markets, known for its pristine beaches, upscale shopping centres and fine-dining establishments.

It seems the uMhlanga property market is growing in value as it continues to attract high-net-worth individuals and investors from across the world, drawn by its luxurious lifestyle and robust property market.

Casper Vorster, from Fine & Country Ballito, said the opulent three-bedroom residence epitomised luxury living, offering unparalleled amenities and breathtaking panoramic views of the Indian Ocean.

The dinning room in the Ocean 1 apartment in Umhlanga. Picture: Supplied

“Perched in one of uMhlanga’s most sought-after locations, this luxurious apartment spans 777m², seamlessly blending sophisticated design with modern elegance.

“The residence boasts expansive living spaces, featuring three lavish bedrooms, each with its own en-suite bathroom, and a master suite that offers an oasis of tranquillity with stunning ocean vistas,” said the estate agency.

Fine & Country said residents could indulge in a range of exclusive amenities, including a private swimming pool, a fully equipped gym and a secure underground parking.

“The property also includes 24-hour security and concierge services, ensuring a safe and convenient living environment.

The question remains: With the R75m price tag, would you buy the property?

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