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Perched on a ridge with unobstructed views from the south-west, through the north and all the way to the south-east, freedom is not only a feeling - it is reality.
Add to that tranquility as you listen to the numerous birds in the fynbos all around you and you will ask yourself why it took you so long to come to this place we call Pezula - meaning "Up High with the Gods".
We Call it Pezula. You Can Call it Home.
About Pezula Private Estate.
The Southern Coast of Africa is home to one of the most beautiful regions on our planet. It’s not by chance that this lush coastal region of South Africa is named the Garden Route and at its heart lies the small town of Knysna. The town is nestled between mountains and hills to its north and the Knysna Lagoon to its south. The Indian Ocean feeds water into the lagoon through a spectacular narrow opening in the coastal ridge known as The Heads. From the north, fresh water enters the lagoon after it has made its way through deep winding valleys and gorges.
The coastline of the Garden Route is mostly rugged and rocky, with cliffs up to 80 or 100 meters (260’ – 330’) above sea level. However, it is dotted with plenty of secluded beaches of breathtaking beauty. Small beaches where you will even find old rock castles that seem as if they come straight out of some fairy tale. Only a 5 minute drive from the center of Knysna – perched up on this coastline with its cliffs, views of white waters, and tranquil little beaches – you will discover two of the most exclusive estates imaginable. First, there is Pezula Private Estate, the more luxurious and secluded estate, while Pezula Golf Estate (previously known as Sparrebosch Golf Estate) is one of the golfing gems of the continent. It truly is a matter of ‘Pezula’ – meaning ‘Up High With The Gods’ - once you step into these estates.
On Pezula Private Estate the homes are scattered over vast expanses of natural fynbos with plenty of protected areas that may not be developed as nature conservation is taken very seriously here. Pezula Private Estate is fortunate to be well managed by a Homeowners Association that place priority on setting high standards and maintaining quality. The estate is maintained in immaculate condition which not only provide a pleasant feeling when you are moving about or relaxing at your home, but also ensures high property values are maintained. When it comes to exclusivity Pezula Private Estate has what it takes to satisfy that requirement.
The Pezula Championship Golf Course is situated adjacent to Pezula Private Estate. The Pezula Hotel, situated directly next to the Golf Clubhouse, has a wellness center, including a spa, gym and beauty salon. Not only can you enjoy refreshing drinks and great food at the Golf Clubhouse, but two gourmet restaurants at the Pezula Hotel caters for the taste buds of each and everyone. The hotel has meeting rooms and conference facilities where business can be conducted or catering for functions such as weddings are available. Plenty of walking trails are available and you can also go horse riding. Walking, jogging or cycling on the Estate with its spectacular views will literally leave you breathless.
One of the main reasons for estate living is freedom and security. Due to their physical location, situated at the end of an access road with no thoroughfare, the rugged coastline with its high cliffs to the south, the nature reserve and the Knoetzie River winding through the deep valley to the east, the estate provides excellent safety and security. You can enjoy your morning coffee watching the sun rise, take a stroll down to one of the small beaches, go for a jog or you can enjoy a relaxing evening entertaining outdoors, and all of this with peace of mind and without any concern for personal security. Pezula offers peace and tranquillity. Due to the location of the estate there are no noise from the everyday hustle of the world beyond the hills. You can sit on your viewing deck and listen to the large variety of birds chirping or the fresh breeze brushing through the fynbos and other natural growth. You might even hear the rumble of the waves breaking on the rocky shores down below. The sighting of a 50,000kg whale breaching the ocean surface is made even more special when you can actually hear the thunderous slap of its tail on the water on a calm day. Dolphins passing by in large numbers might even hang around for a while, surfing the waves on Sparrebosch Beach before continuing their journey along the coast.
The Garden Route region has a Mediterranean Maritime climate, where the summers are warm, with day temperatures for February of 22-30°C (72-86°F). During winter, July being the coldest, the average day temperature is down to 15°C (60°F). The region, with its temperate weather and rainy season during the winter months, makes it a pleasant place to be all year round. With the abundance of fresh air coming in over the ocean, the absence of pollution and easy access and availability to outdoor activities, Pezula Private Estate is healthy living at its best.
The aforementioned factors make the Garden Route a very sought after and popular holiday destination. Pezula is one of the most popular areas on the Garden Route where people come to stay during vacations. The region is well marketed internationally and especially visitors from Europe enjoy extended stays during the warm South African summer while they escape the cold from their home countries, hence the reason these visitors are casually referred to as The Swallows. Numerous annual activities in the region ensures an almost constant demand for short term accommodation by visitors. The Estate’s location with its convenient proximity to places of interest and sites to visit, combined with it giving a sense of being “removed from the outside world”, ensures that it remains high in demand for people coming to play golf, take part in the outdoor adventures, or just relax for a few days. Owning a property here, which you only visit on occasion, can be a great income generating investment if you rent it out when not occupying it personally.
Pezula Private Estate covers almost 6,25 Million Sq. Meters with only 262 Stands/Plots.
We Call it Pezula. You Can Call it Home.
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