Gary’s Surf School

Gary’s Surf School

Gary’s surf school has lessons for all ages and experience levels. Suitable for corporate events, birthday parties, hen/bachelor parties. On-site free locker and change room facilities available to customers.

Venue: 34 Balmoral Building, Beach Rd, Muizenberg, Cape Town
Time: 8am to 5pm
Cost: R 200 to R 400

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This Post is sponsored by Chas Everitt Cape Town South

 

Waterwise properties highlighted in marketing initiative

Waterwise properties highlighted in marketing initiative

Chas Everitt Cape Town South is the first company in South Africa to highlight waterwise properties.
“This step recognises the substantial investment that many sellers have made in their properties with regard to water efficiency as well as independent water sourcing and storage solutions.

These efforts and investments can cost hundreds of thousands of Rands and a mere passing reference in the property description fails to draw sufficient attention to the investment which has gained enormous importance as the drought has become a crisis in our region.  This ‘waterwise’ marketing campaign further serves to raise the awareness of the water situation in our region.  We are encouraging other real estate businesses to embrace the idea and follow our lead and use the waterwise logo in their marketing.

Sellers and buyers have already responded very positively to this initiative and we are highlighting these properties in our listings on www.CEI.co.za as well as www.CapeTownProperty.com and www.Constantia.co.za

Example:

 

Longbeach Community Art Fair

Longbeach Community Art Fair

The Community Art Fair is held once every two months on selected Saturdays inside the Longbeach Mall (in the Edgars Court) in Noordhoek. The fair has a very comprehensive group of artists and crafters including paintings, woodwork, beading, agate and crystal wind chimes, calligraphy art, family crests, baby wear, Himalayan products and salt lamps, unique succulents in artistic displays, hand-made jewellery, pewter-work, crochet items and quilting.

When:
28/10/2017 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
This post is sponsored by Chas Everitt Cape Town South

Cape Town International Kite Festival

Cape Town International Kite Festival

Lets go Fly a Kite …

This is Africa’s biggest kite festival and attracts over 20,000 visitors, including some of the biggest names in kiting in South Africa and the world who fly in to show off their magnificent kite creations.

With kite-making, kite-flying, food stalls, kiddies’ rides, a full programme of entertainment and an eclectic craft market, this is family entertainment at its best.

The Cape Town International Kite Festival happens on (and above) the lawns of Zandvlei Nature Reserve, Muizenberg (corner Axminster and The Row), from 10:00 to 18:00 daily. There is an entry fee payable on the day – proceeds go to Cape Mental Health, a not-for profit organization.

Where? Muizenberg

When? 28-29 October 2017

How? Call +27 (0)21 782-0877 or +27 (0)21 447-9040

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This post sponsored by Chas Everitt Cape Town South

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Operated and managed by eNeighbourhoods, this service is sponsored by Chas Everitt Cape Town South as a service to the community.  Our brief is to provide and share local content of interest to the various areas in the Cape Town South area through the various blogs to the benefit of the community and the sponsor.  It is further the intention to offer at no cost to the members of the community the facilities of the blog.   Other businesses and organisations thus have a powerful and effective means to share their news at no cost.

If you or your organisation has a newsworthy item or promotion that you wish to share, you may submit the information by email, in a way that we can copy and share together with one or two suitable images.  You should also indicate what suburbs you wish this to be shared with however the suburb or suburbs must correspond to the content of your news.

We particularly encourage the submissions of any special offers and benefits, as this serve everyone’s interest very well.

eNeighbourhoods reserves the right to decline any submission at our sole discretion.  Email your submissions to news@eneighbourhoods.co.za

Easter Colouring Competition

DOWNLOAD and then print (A4 size pdf) the colouring entry form (see link below)
(or collect one from the Fish Hoek Chas Everitt office) 

Hand in your completed entry at our shop on main Road Fish Hoek or you scan and email to charlene.f@everitt.co.za

We will display the entries at the offices over the Easter Weekend in our shop window.

Multiple winners will be notified  (we will group by age and office).
The prizes will be a number of Easter Hampers of various goodies.

Easter Chas Bear  This link will take you to pdf download  🙂

FAMILY HOME WITH DUAL LIVING – R 2 890 000

Start 2017 in style with this immaculately presented home situated in a super location fit for a family, within walking distance to the High School and a short drive to the other fabulous schools in the area.  This much-loved home has a wonderful appeal. Upon entrance, the home opens to a grand double volume living area with high-end flooring underfoot, providing a modern feel. A large open hearth with beautiful stone detailing providing warmth and character.
Alongside the dining area is a modern kitchen equipped with Caesar tops, Induction hob, built-in oven and purpose built cupboards which are in abundance and ideal for a culinary wizard.
The home benefits from three generously sized bedrooms with built-in cupboards.

Newly appointed bathrooms comprising of one bathroom and one shower room, both with toilets and under ceramic Kilimanjaro tiles.
The sun-drenched garden is in the immediate view of the living area making this a safe haven for children and pets to play in clear view at all times, furthermore, the built-in braai area provides a welcome shelter for those summer days spent outdoors. The extra length automated single garage is great for the boys with toys.

But wait, there is more … the dual living aspect of a separate generously sized studio flat comprising of living area, kitchenette and full bathroom.  The fabulous duality offers an active income earner as an Airbnb, a rental or simply, additional accommodation for a family member or guests.

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Excellent buy – Fish Hoek apartment!


Looking to get a foot on the property ladder, this a hassle-free 38 m2 studio is now available.

Apartment living is all about hassle-free lifestyle with the freedom to simply lock and go whenever you like. Situated on Carmichael Road, this spacious studio on the first floor offers simple requirements while featuring an open plan kitchen and living area with a separate shower bathroom. The original balcony has been incorporated into the studio, with large windows for the view. There are no parking issues as you have dedicated parking bay.

Good buy and great opportunity right here, whether it be an investment or as a first home it ticks both boxes.  The apartment is sunny with spectacular mountain view and the most awesome sunsets overlooking Noordhoek beach in winter. Just minutes away from the CBD area of Fish Hoek, Beach and Longbeach mall.

This could be what you are looking for! Click here for more details!

Community Directory Launched

Fish Hoek Community Directory has been launched today on FishHoek.info – Contact Charlene Faint or Craig Peiser for a FREE listing in this directory for your Fish Hoek business.   021 784 1630
This is an exclusive offer from Chas Everitt Cape Town South http://www.capetownsouth.co.za/

Fish Hoek Offers Safe Swimming

Fish Hoek beach is the only beach in Cape Town with a special exclusion net, introduced in 2013, to keep sharks out of the swimming area. Sarah Waries, programme manager for Shark Spotters — a world-first programme that works to protect both sharks and water-users explains how this net works and why it’s important.

fishhoekFish Hoek is the only beach in Cape Town with a shark net because it has had a number of shark bite incidents. Since 2004 there have been two fatalities and one very serious bite when a man lost his leg (in 2011). There have also been a number of close calls, where surfskis were bitten and people had encounters with sharks.

In October 2011 there were 55 shark sightings at Fish Hoek in one month…It’s the best swimming beach in Cape Town, I would say, but it had this stigma as being “the shark beach”.

Traditional shark nets are designed to catch and kill sharks. Exclusion nets, like the one used in Fish Hoek, just prevent sharks from entering an area. The City of Cape Town’s approach to shark attack prevention is that you must protect people but you must also protect sharks and the environment, and one mustn’t be at the cost of the other. At Fish Hoek we get humpback whales and southern right whales in the middle of the bay, so we didn’t want to put anything in the water that would potentially entangle whales, dolphins, or anything else.

The exclusion net is deployed at Fish Hoek in the summer time, from the October school holidays through to Easter (March/April). In October we just do school holidays and weekends. From November to March we try and put it up every day, but it’s weather dependent — when the wind is too strong or the swell is too big we don’t deploy the net. We aim to have it up for about 20 days per month.

Source: Cape Town Community