DUAL MANDATE - This home is full of character and ideal for someone who enjoys nature and being close to the river and excellent fishing spots. The main section of the house has two bedrooms, one bathroom, an open plan kitchen and upstairs lounge with beautiful views of the river. There are another two bedrooms and two bathrooms, both have kitchenette areas and separate entrances so could be used as two separate flatlets. There is a large undercover entertainment area and a single lock-up garage. This home is a stone's throw away from the Kromme River and has its own boat house and private jetty mooring. St Francis Bay village is only 6km away.Local property specialists in St Francis Bay, Cape St Francis, Santareme, St Francis Port, St Francis Canals and St Francis Links Golf Estate, Eastern Cape, South Africa. Our property consultants specialise in residential, agricultural and commercial sales and rentals. The Port offers apartments, lock-up and go living with a Mediterranean feeling and a pier that forms part of the working harbour. We can accommodate you whether you are searching for luxury property on the beachfront or canals, a farm, smallholding, sectional title, apartment, industrial, or freehold coastal property where you can enjoy a relaxed lifestyle. Few secure estates, with freehold properties and homeowner associations. Our rental management department manages holiday, short and long term rentals and maintenance assistance. Successfully buying, selling, letting or renting real estate is mostly about fulfilling people's needs, dreams and aspirations. Harcourts real estate agents receive in-depth professional training and are committed to building meaningful and genuine personal relationships with our clients - all our buyers, sellers, landlords and tenants. St Francis Bay and Cape St Francis are relaxed and quiet sleepy fishing villages, called the "best-kept secrets" with their soft white sandy beaches and abundance of seashells. These villages have become some of the fastest-growing areas in the Eastern Cape. A favourite holiday destination and tourist attraction alike, St Francis Bay and Cape St Francis offer surfing, windsurfing, kitesurfing, kayaking, mountain biking, horse riding, sandboarding, hiking trails, fishing, bird watching with more than 200 bird species found in the nearby Seekoei River nature reserve. The location for the famous 70's surfer movie 'endless summer', this area is well-known as one of the best surfing beaches in South Africa. Cape St Francis, affectionately known as 'seals', seal point and shark point, boasts the Seal Point Lighthouse and is home to 5 nature reserves, offering well-maintained walking trails and dedicated cycling routes through the natural coastlands. Enjoy the abundance of indigenous fynbos and wildlife thriving in this coastal eco-system, especially on the Wild Side, also known as Sunset Rock, where the sun sets over the Indian Ocean making it the perfect spot to enjoy sundowners and beach braais with loved ones. The vegetation found here is also part of the Cape Floral Kingdom (one of six kingdoms in the world).The Kromme River offers riverfront properties, water sports and is a known favourite fishing spot for anglers. The port is a working harbour and renowned for its chokka, squid, and calamari fishing. Our village further boasts 2 beautiful 18-hole golf courses. The town golf course, with beautiful ocean views and an ideal place for a scenic walk and the famous Links golf course, rated one of the top 10 golf courses in the country with unsurpassed views and scenery.A multitude of game reserves and national parks nearby, including the famous "Baviaans", which offers a 4x4 experience and opportunity to enjoy our star-filled skies in a tranquil and peaceful setting! Most importantly, our beaches have been given "blue flag status!" Another added benefit is the location, with easy access from the N2 through Humansdorp and only 60 minutes away from Port Elizabeth and international airport. The starting point of our very famous garden route.Gift shops with quaint and unusual gifts, shell shops on the beach with creative shell work by the local folk offer a relaxed and hassle-free shopping experience! Eateries and restaurants such as the well-known "Big-Time taverna", the Greek restaurant on the Canals or Chokka Block, famous for seafood and traditional South African cuisine in the Port.Enjoy the lifestyle, whether it is a sundowner cruise on the canals or deep-sea fishing, whale watching or simply boating on the Kromme River, there is something for the whole family to enjoy.