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Easy living in a secure Eco-estate and Airpark

SOLE MANDATE: Newly built 4 bedroom home in secure low density Eco-estate. Single storey, great indoor - outdoor living/entertaining areas, open-plan kitchen & well sized bedrooms - ideal as a permanent family home or a weekend retreat in paradise. St Francis Field (Airpark) is the best kept secret in the greater St Francis Area - centrally located to the unspoilt beaches of Cape St Francis, St Francis Bay Village, Canals & the Port via 3 residents-only access gates.
A bright, double volume, open-plan living area with sliding doors onto large sunny decks & a vast kitchen form the heart of the home. To the left of the living area is the main en-suite bedroom plus 2 additional bedrooms with a shared bathroom. To the right is the scullery, pantry, double garages & a secluded guest suite with its own patio. The epitome of easy-living in an idyllic location.
Screeded floors, open trusses, slick finishes. Warm in winter, cool in summer. A beautiful private garden blends with the local indigenous bush and creates privacy from your neighbours. Birds and buck are regular visitors. This home has so much to offer. It is modern, clean and bright simple yet on-trend. Secure living but unrestricted space and views. Great outdoor spaces - a sun baked, covered deck on the north side with built in braai is wind protected and overlooks the private garden. A vast elevated deck on the south side with sweeping views of the bush over the estate and glimpses of the ocean in the distance. The main bedroom has a private patio with stairs leading to the sunny garden and the guest suite also opens onto a secluded patio.The double garage has clever storage space for surf boards, fishing rods and other toys or tools, there is an out-of view drying yard and an additional uncovered parking area for a boat. The geysers are solar-ready, rain tanks, solar lights dotted up the driveway and CCTV security cameras are just a few of the additional features. Learn more about this beautiful gem of an estate with its focus on nature, walking paths through a secret forest and child-friendly play area. You'll be amazed!

About St Francis Field:
52 residential development sites exist on nearly 160ha of land creating a remarkably low density estate with exquisite lifestyle, aviation and ecology benefits. Over 54ha is specially dedicated as nature reserve. The homes, located on two prominent ridges, have an appealing Cape style architectural standard. The spectacular panoramic views over Cape St Francis to St Francis Bay and the Winterhoek mountains provide the ultimate backdrop to this prestigious development. Ownership is well balanced
between permanent residents and those that fly in for the holidays. Even in peak holiday season, the field remains a place of solitude and peace, ideal for busy executives and families to relax. The Homeowners Association is unyielding in their determination to maintain the highest level of security with electrified fencing, CCTV surveillance and strictly controlled access. The majority of the estate is common property and treated as a greater nature reserve. The indigenous flora is guarded by a team of workers tasked to remove invader species and manicure the roadsides and the runway. An emphasis is placed on ecology. Many people have chosen to locate to the estate because of its wildlife and natural beauty. The forest and fynbos consist of protected and valuable milkwoods, candlewoods and a host of other indigenous trees, It is a refuge for animals such as the bushbuck, wild pig, porcupine, honey badger and lynx (Rooikat)

St Francis Airpark is a CAA licensed private airfield with a 1000m grass runway (with 200m overrun). Visiting pilots are welcome with prior permission and payment of a nominal landing fee. The airfield has landing lights for night operations. The lights are controlled by a daylight switch and turn on automatically at sunset and turn off at sunrise. Aircraft operating regularly at the airfield include RV homebuilts, Kitfoxes, Jabiru's, a Stearman, a variety of Piper, Cessna (including the twin Biz-jet Mustang) , Beechcraft and Kingairs (200's and 1900's) as well as Pilatus PC 12s and a selection of helicopters. The NSRI, Working with Fire and the South African Air Force make use of our facility in emergencies and for training. Hangars on the field are used for aircraft and 'other toys' storage only, no commercial activity is allowed on the field.