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Gqunube Green Ecovillage, Gqunube Green Ecovillage
R 475 000

The residential development forms a small part of a 80 hectare site. Residents have access to the entire area with use rights determined by the Home Owners. Residents can walk in the bush, canoe on the Gonubie Estuary, picnic at the dam with all the peace and tranquillity associated with country living but conveniently close to all amenities of town. Only 10 minute drive to Vincent business district and 3km to Crossways. The property has 1.5km of river frontage. This development offers residents the opportunity to provide an alternative form to live a stainable lifestyle. Homeowners are encouraged to develop organic gardens and grow at least some of their own food. Gqunube Green Ecovillage Home Owners Association get bulk electricity from Eskom and bulk water from Buffalo City Municipality. Meters are read monthly and residents charged for consumption. No connection charges necessary as electricity and water already available at each plot. Home Owners are required to do quality primary treatment on their plot for sewerage and may discharge any clear filtrate on their plots. The system used is a Biolytic System. Homeowners need to build within 3 years from registration. Homeowners have the opportunity to use different technologies when building but do fall under the Municipal and National Building Regulations. No rates and taxes currently. SERVICES: • Municipal water served from a local reservoir via a pressure pump (on Eskom supply), • Electricity - 40amp (not 60 amp) Eskom electricity supply. We anticipate that each house will incorporate energy saving hence the 40 amp. • Ducts for telephone cabling to site • A secondary sewerage treatment system. Primary treatment must be done on site by the home owner.

Listing No: P24-102232153
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Gqunube Green Ecovillage, Gqunube Green Ecovillage
R 630 000

The residential development forms a small part of a 80 hectare site. Residents have access to the entire area with use rights determined by the Home Owners. Residents can walk in the bush, canoe on the Gonubie Estuary, picnic at the dam with all the peace and tranquillity associated with country living but conveniently close to all amenities of town. Only 10 minute drive to Vincent business district and 3km to Crossways. The property has 1.5km of river frontage. This development offers residents the opportunity to provide an alternative form to live a stainable lifestyle. Homeowners are encouraged to develop organic gardens and grow at least some of their own food. Gqunube Green Ecovillage Home Owners Association get bulk electricity from Eskom and bulk water from Buffalo City Municipality. Meters are read monthly and residents charged for consumption. No connection charges necessary as electricity and water already available at each plot. Home Owners are required to do quality primary treatment on their plot for sewerage and may discharge any clear filtrate on their plots. The system used is a Biolytic System. Homeowners need to build within 3 years from registration. Homeowners have the opportunity to use different technologies when building but do fall under the Municipal and National Building Regulations. No rates and taxes currently. This plot is zoned Residential II Limited Development and the Constitution of the Home Owners association’s sets out restrictions on development. They have been earmarked as "Agricultural" as they are larger than the rest of the plots in the Village and would be suitable for homeowners who would be interested in cultivation and not animal husbandry. Ideally the sites should be developed in such a way as to: • Provide an attractive approach to the village • Enable the demonstration of sustainable living where the owners or residents can demonstrate sustainability at a higher level than can be achieved on the smaller residential plots. Proposal for this site: • That the north eastern edges be either orchards or indigenous bush. No fences, shade houses, tunnels or structures within this servitude. • The width would be 20 metres. This would create the vegetated approach avenue down which residents and visitors would drive. • The edges along the other roads should similarly be orchards (preferable) or indigenous bush or cultivated. Again no fences, shade houses, tunnels or structures in this servitude. The width would be: ? 20 metres on north west boundary Buildings would be restricted to a total footprint of 300 square metres. As on other sites in the village the two storey restriction would apply giving a maximum dwelling allowance of 600 square metres which may accommodate both a main house and second dwelling/granny flat. No more than two dwellings per site. All structures above 1, 5 metres including shade houses, tunnels etc. which are allowed on these sites but outside the above servitude must be approved by the architectural circle or be according to prior approved designs. The type of fencing will be agreed as it will be visible through the orchards/ indigenous vegetation. Electrical offsets for these fences to provide security to these sites will be considered. The entrances to each site will be agreed with the plot owner but preferably should be hidden and off side roads. SERVICES: • Municipal water served from a local reservoir. This service to some of the plots is via a pressure pump (on Eskom supply), • Electricity - 40amp (not 60 amp) Eskom electricity supply. We anticipate that each house will incorporate energy saving hence the 40 amp. • Ducts for telephone cabling to site • A secondary sewerage treatment system. Primary treatment must be done on site by the home owner. The requirements of this primary system can be supplied.

Listing No: P24-105894157
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Gqunube Green Ecovillage, Gqunube Green Ecovillage
R 500 000

The residential development forms a small part of a 80 hectare site. Residents have access to the entire area with use rights determined by the Home Owners. Residents can walk in the bush, canoe on the Gonubie Estuary, picnic at the dam with all the peace and tranquillity associated with country living but conveniently close to all amenities of town. Only 10 minute drive to Vincent business district and 3km to Crossways. The property has 1.5km of river frontage. This development offers residents the opportunity to provide an alternative form to live a stainable lifestyle. Homeowners are encouraged to develop organic gardens and grow at least some of their own food. Gqunube Green Ecovillage Home Owners Association get bulk electricity from Eskom and bulk water from Buffalo City Municipality. Meters are read monthly and residents charged for consumption. No connection charges necessary as electricity and water already available at each plot. Home Owners are required to do quality primary treatment on their plot for sewerage and may discharge any clear filtrate on their plots. The system used is a Biolytic System. Homeowners need to build within 3 years from registration. Homeowners have the opportunity to use different technologies when building but do fall under the Municipal and National Building Regulations. No rates and taxes currently. This plot is zoned Residential II Limited Development and the Constitution of the Home Owners association’s sets out restrictions on development. They have been earmarked as "Agricultural" as they are larger than the rest of the plots in the Village and would be suitable for homeowners who would be interested in cultivation and not animal husbandry. Ideally the sites should be developed in such a way as to: • Provide an attractive approach to the village • Enable the demonstration of sustainable living where the owners or residents can demonstrate sustainability at a higher level than can be achieved on the smaller residential plots. Proposal for this site: • That the north eastern edges be either orchards or indigenous bush. No fences, shade houses, tunnels or structures within this servitude. • The width would be 10 metres. This would create the vegetated approach avenue down which residents and visitors would drive. • The edges along the other roads should similarly be orchards (preferable) or indigenous bush or cultivated. Again no fences, shade houses, tunnels or structures in this servitude. The width would be: 10 meters wide on south east boundary. Buildings would be restricted to a total footprint of 300 square metres. As on other sites in the village the two storey restriction would apply giving a maximum dwelling allowance of 600 square metres which may accommodate both a main house and second dwelling/granny flat. No more than two dwellings per site. All structures above 1, 5 metres including shade houses, tunnels etc. which are allowed on these sites but outside the above servitude must be approved by the architectural circle or be according to prior approved designs. The type of fencing will be agreed as it will be visible through the orchards/ indigenous vegetation. Electrical offsets for these fences to provide security to these sites will be considered. The entrances to each site will be agreed with the plot owner but preferably should be hidden and off side roads. SERVICES: • Municipal water served from a local reservoir. This service to some of the plots is via a pressure pump (on Eskom supply), • Electricity - 40amp (not 60 amp) Eskom electricity supply. We anticipate that each house will incorporate energy saving hence the 40 amp. • Ducts for telephone cabling to site • A secondary sewerage treatment system. Primary treatment must be done on site by the home owner. The requirements of this primary system can be supplied.

Listing No: P24-105894165
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Gqunube Green Ecovillage, Gqunube Green Ecovillage
R 600 000

The residential development forms a small part of a 80 hectare site. Residents have access to the entire area with use rights determined by the Home Owners. Residents can walk in the bush, canoe on the Gonubie Estuary, picnic at the dam with all the peace and tranquillity associated with country living but conveniently close to all amenities of town. Only 10 minute drive to Vincent business district and 3km to Crossways. The property has 1.5km of river frontage. This development offers residents the opportunity to provide an alternative form to live a stainable lifestyle. Homeowners are encouraged to develop organic gardens and grow at least some of their own food. Gqunube Green Ecovillage Home Owners Association get bulk electricity from Eskom and bulk water from Buffalo City Municipality. Meters are read monthly and residents charged for consumption. No connection charges necessary as electricity and water already available at each plot. Home Owners are required to do quality primary treatment on their plot for sewerage and may discharge any clear filtrate on their plots. The system used is a Biolytic System. Homeowners need to build within 3 years from registration. Homeowners have the opportunity to use different technologies when building but do fall under the Municipal and National Building Regulations. No rates and taxes currently. This plot is zoned Residential II Limited Development and the Constitution of the Home Owners association’s sets out restrictions on development. They have been earmarked as "Agricultural" as they are larger than the rest of the plots in the Village and would be suitable for homeowners who would be interested in cultivation and not animal husbandry. Ideally the sites should be developed in such a way as to: • Provide an attractive approach to the village • Enable the demonstration of sustainable living where the owners or residents can demonstrate sustainability at a higher level than can be achieved on the smaller residential plots. Proposal for this site: • That the north eastern edges be either orchards or indigenous bush. No fences, shade houses, tunnels or structures within this servitude. • The width would be 20 metres. This would create the vegetated approach avenue down which residents and visitors would drive. • The edges along the other roads should similarly be orchards (preferable) or indigenous bush or cultivated. Again no fences, shade houses, tunnels or structures in this servitude. The width would be: • 15 metres on north west boundary • 20 metres on south east boundary Buildings would be restricted to a total footprint of 300 square metres. As on other sites in the village the two storey restriction would apply giving a maximum dwelling allowance of 600 square metres which may accommodate both a main house and second dwelling/granny flat. No more than two dwellings per site. All structures above 1, 5 metres including shade houses, tunnels etc. which are allowed on these sites but outside the above servitude must be approved by the architectural circle or be according to prior approved designs. The type of fencing will be agreed as it will be visible through the orchards/ indigenous vegetation. Electrical offsets for these fences to provide security to these sites will be considered. The entrances to each site will be agreed with the plot owner but preferably should be hidden and off side roads. SERVICES: • Municipal water served from a local reservoir. This service to some of the plots is via a pressure pump (on Eskom supply), • Electricity - 40amp (not 60 amp) Eskom electricity supply. We anticipate that each house will incorporate energy saving hence the 40 amp. • Ducts for telephone cabling to site • A secondary sewerage treatment system. Primary treatment must be done on site by the home owner. The requirements of this primary system can be supplied.

Listing No: P24-105894168
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Gqunube Green Ecovillage, Gqunube Green Ecovillage
R 550 000

Have you always dreamt of owning your own land? Have you always loved the idea of living in an Eco Village? Then this is possibly what you have been searching for. Wake up to the most amazing view of the Gqunube River, listen to the fish eagle flying overhead and sit quietly watching the bushbuck grazing in your backyard. House plans have already been drawn up and passed to take full advantage of the spectacular view and natural lay of the land. The plans have already been passed. You simply have to appoint a construction team and turn the first sod. The diagrams are available on request to serious buyers only. Contact Tracey today to view the site of your new forever home.

Listing No: P24-105779488
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Gqunube Green Ecovillage, Gqunube Green Ecovillage
R 630 000

The residential development forms a small part of a 80 hectare site. Residents have access to the entire area with use rights determined by the Home Owners. Residents can walk in the bush, canoe on the Gonubie Estuary, picnic at the dam with all the peace and tranquillity associated with country living but conveniently close to all amenities of town. Only 10 minute drive to Vincent business district and 3km to Crossways. The property has 1.5km of river frontage. This development offers residents the opportunity to provide an alternative form to live a stainable lifestyle. Homeowners are encouraged to develop organic gardens and grow at least some of their own food. Gqunube Green Ecovillage Home Owners Association get bulk electricity from Eskom and bulk water from Buffalo City Municipality. Meters are read monthly and residents charged for consumption. No connection charges necessary as electricity and water already available at each plot. Home Owners are required to do quality primary treatment on their plot for sewerage and may discharge any clear filtrate on their plots. The system used is a Biolytic System. Homeowners need to build within 3 years from registration. Homeowners have the opportunity to use different technologies when building but do fall under the Municipal and National Building Regulations. No rates and taxes currently. This plot is zoned Residential II Limited Development and the Constitution of the Home Owners association’s sets out restrictions on development. They have been earmarked as "Agricultural" as they are larger than the rest of the plots in the Village and would be suitable for homeowners who would be interested in cultivation and not animal husbandry. Ideally the sites should be developed in such a way as to: • Provide an attractive approach to the village • Enable the demonstration of sustainable living where the owners or residents can demonstrate sustainability at a higher level than can be achieved on the smaller residential plots. Proposal for this site: • That the north eastern edges be either orchards or indigenous bush. No fences, shade houses, tunnels or structures within this servitude. • The width would be 20 metres. This would create the vegetated approach avenue down which residents and visitors would drive. • The edges along the other roads should similarly be orchards (preferable) or indigenous bush or cultivated. Again no fences, shade houses, tunnels or structures in this servitude. The width would be: 10 metres on south east boundary. Buildings would be restricted to a total footprint of 300 square metres. As on other sites in the village the two storey restriction would apply giving a maximum dwelling allowance of 600 square metres which may accommodate both a main house and second dwelling/granny flat. No more than two dwellings per site. All structures above 1, 5 metres including shade houses, tunnels etc. which are allowed on these sites but outside the above servitude must be approved by the architectural circle or be according to prior approved designs. The type of fencing will be agreed as it will be visible through the orchards/ indigenous vegetation. Electrical offsets for these fences to provide security to these sites will be considered. The entrances to each site will be agreed with the plot owner but preferably should be hidden and off side roads. SERVICES: • Municipal water served from a local reservoir. This service to some of the plots is via a pressure pump (on Eskom supply), • Electricity - 40amp (not 60 amp) Eskom electricity supply. We anticipate that each house will incorporate energy saving hence the 40 amp. • Ducts for telephone cabling to site • A secondary sewerage treatment system. Primary treatment must be done on site by the home owner. The requirements of this primary system can be supplied.

Listing No: P24-105894162
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Gqunube Green Ecovillage, Gqunube Green Ecovillage
R 535 000

Come and build your dream house and wind down at Qcunube Greens Eco Village near the Kwelera Nature Reserve. A few minutes from Two Swans on the East Coast resorts road. This plot offers so much to the nature lover, with protected species of Sneezewood, Knobwood and Ironwood on the property. This property has trees that offer protection from the prevailing winds on the left and right of the property. Your privacy is enhanced with a servitude on the left and right. No one can build in front of you as this is part of a 2km natural stretch of land zoned for agricultural use only. The slope would give you beautiful views of the river. This is a paddler or canoeist paradise, with a short drive to river access where you can store your paddle ski or canoe. Two years to submit your plans and four years to build your dream home in this eco estate where bird life and small game abound. Don't miss this one.

Listing No: P24-104902523
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Gqunube Green Ecovillage, Gqunube Green Ecovillage
R 430 000

The residential development forms a small part of a 80 hectare site. Residents have access to the entire area with use rights determined by the Home Owners. Residents can walk in the bush, canoe on the Gonubie Estuary, picnic at the dam with all the peace and tranquillity associated with country living but conveniently close to all amenities of town. Only 10 minute drive to Vincent business district and 3km to Crossways. The property has 1.5km of river frontage. This development offers residents the opportunity to provide an alternative form to live a stainable lifestyle. Homeowners are encouraged to develop organic gardens and grow at least some of their own food. Gqunube Green Ecovillage Home Owners Association get bulk electricity from Eskom and bulk water from Buffalo City Municipality. Meters are read monthly and residents charged for consumption. No connection charges necessary as electricity and water already available at each plot. Home Owners are required to do quality primary treatment on their plot for sewerage and may discharge any clear filtrate on their plots. The system used is a Biolytic System. Homeowners need to build within 3 years from registration. Homeowners have the opportunity to use different technologies when building but do fall under the Municipal and National Building Regulations. No rates and taxes currently. SERVICES: Please emphasise the following that each site has: • Municipal water served from a local reservoir via a pressure pump (on Eskom supply), • Electricity - 40amp (not 60 amp) Eskom electricity supply. We anticipate that each house will incorporate energy saving hence the 40 amp. • Ducts for telephone cabling to site • A secondary sewerage treatment system. Primary treatment must be done on site by the home owner.

Listing No: P24-102913130
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