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Monday May 14, 2018

World of Birds releases rare piece of land

A prime piece of land in Hout Bay has been made available for sale by the World of Birds for the first time in over 40 years.

Situated in a prime area just off Valley Road, the portion is approximately 4000sqm in extent.

World of Birds, Hout Bay.

The sale is part of a critical fund raising initiative to keep this vital landmark and bird sanctuary operations, says James Lewis, MD for Seeff Hout Bay who is handling the marketing of the plot.

After forty years, this global attraction with thousands of visitors annually is now faced with severe financial constraints as sponsorships have dwindled and this sale is vital to keep the doors open, he says.

World of Birds performs an important community service as a haven for sick and injured birds and small animals. The organisation never turns anyone away and have in its over forty years, assisted in excess of 40,000 animals, says Mr Hendrik Louw from World of Birds.

It is the only organisation of its kind in the Cape and highly dependent on donations and bequests. With the economic decline, it is unfortunately now facing a financial crisis and is in dire need of funding, says Mr Louw.

World of Birds, Hout Bay.

Lewis says that vacant land is rare in the area and this is an excellent investment opportunity and ideal for someone to build their dream home in a high demand area.

Ashley Larter, an agent with Seeff Hout Bay says that according to Propstats data, vacant land in Hout Bay has sold for R1.7m to R3m Bay and this plot is expected to fetch around R2.5m

Contact Seeff Hout Bay on 021 790 1032 or visit www.seeff.com

Seeff Press Release

 
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