This is Smitswinkel Bay!
Smitswinkel Bay is a secluded bay situated on the scenic coastal drive between Simon’s Town and the Cape Point Nature Reserve.
It is one of the last unspoilt properties on the Peninsula, combining mountain, ocean and nature reserve vistas.
The beach offers powder soft pristine white sand, calm and crystal clear waters, granite boulders scattered along the shoreline and a panoramic view of False Bay.
The 40HA land is covered with the indigineous flowering Fynbos and is truly a site to behold.
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A bit of the history:
Smitswinkel means Smith’s shop in Afrikaans (as in blacksmith). The name dates back to 1744, but its origin or relevance is unknown.
Accordingly, Smits was first called Patience after the tiny stream which flows down a small valley into the bay as mariners who want to fill their water casks had to be very patient because of the slow trickle of water. Back then, Smits could only be reached by boat.
This property is zoned for agriculture use and property rights are therefore in line with such zoning.
Do not miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own this prestigious collector's property.
Registered Size: 40.96 HA
Cadastral Size: 33.15 HA