145 Dr A D Keet Road, Wavecrest, Jeffreys Bay
This newly listed property offers 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a double garage. An additional room just off the main bedroom, is ideal as an office or nursery. The kitchen is spacious and has ample cupboards. The high ceilings give the feeling of space, natural light and has aesthetic appeal. Two living rooms, a separate dining room and a lovely, big wooden deck overlooking the garden complete the picture. With a bit of TLC this house can be your ideal family home!
The bay of JEFFREYS BAY stretches from Cape Recife in the east, through to Cape St Francis further west, while the town lies 80km west of Port Elizabeth (Gqeberha); midway between the Gamtoos and Kromme Rivers and the two estuaries of the Kabeljous and Seekoei Rivers.
Temperatures are moderate all year round along the coast, with rain scattered throughout the year.
Summers: Warm with a very temperate humidity level.
Winters: Mild and pleasant, and it is significant that water sports are practiced year-round.
JEFFREYS BAY SURF
JEFFREYS BAY is world-renowned for its long stretches of beach and surfing waves, with many different surf breaks, each possessing its own magic.
Surfing spots include Kitchen Window, Tubes, the world famous Super Tubes, Point, and Albatross. The waves at Super Tubes can get up to about 10-12 feet. They are very fast, and as the name suggests, the swell usually runs in the winter months.
FAUNA AND FLORA
JEFFREYS BAY’S beaches have an abundance of shells and are known for good angling.
Fishing in Jeffreys produces Cob, Leerfish (Garrick), Grunter, White Steenbras, Blacktail, Musselcracker, Baardman, Red Steenbras, Poenskop, Roman, Dageraad, Elf, various Shark species, and Rays.
Jeffreys Bay is the home of thriving handcraft industries.
The surf culture clothing shops are synonymous with Jeffreys, and their clothing mostly depicts a scene in JEFFREYS BAY.
We welcome all our visitors with open arms and warm hearts, however we wish to remind you that we are a water conscious town currently in the midst of a severe drought. We urge you to assist us in saving every drop of this precious commodity.
EXTRACT ABOVE: Credit to JEFFREYS BAY Tourism