Wide open spaces, spectacular greenery and beautifully designed homes - these are only a few aspects that have contributed to the growing popularity of Simbithi Eco Estate. Built and expertly developed in tune with its natural environment, Simbithi has fast become one of the most sought-after residential estates in the whole of KZN.
Consisting of 430ha, Simbithi can be found nestled between Salt Rock and Ballito, approximately 40 minutes from the heart of Durban. The convenience of its location and secure lifestyle offerings has seen a median sold price increase of over 200% from 2010 to 2018 (according to recent Property24 suburb statistics).
Lara Hamilton-Potts (Simbithi Area Partner for Engel & Völkers KZN Dolphin Coast) believes that this estate is definitely one of the best in KwaZulu-Natal.
Recently concluding a R4m deal for a beautiful plot of land in the estate, Lara attributes the appeal of Simbithi to its exclusivity, security and modern family appeal. "Simbithi is a contemporary family estate. The architecture gives it a modern feel, while the lifestyle features make this the ideal place for families to prosper."
Simbithi's homes are designed with their surroundings in mind. As the first eco-estate on the Dolphin Coast, the estate adheres to strict building guidelines which ensure that the ‘contemporary farm-style architecture’ blend in with its natural environment. With a dedicated environmental team tirelessly working towards preserving the local fauna and flora.
According to Engel & Völkers KZN Dolphin Coast Licensee and prominent businesswoman Karien Hunter, Simbithi is one of the most unique residential addresses on the Dolphin Coast.
"The Simbithi lifestyle, pristine environment and community features are second to none. But at the end of the day, what sets Simbithi apart from any other estate is its hands-on management, community engagement and attention to detail. Simbithi is blessed with all of the above. "
It is no secret that Simbithi has become synonymous with quality real estate on the Dolphin Coast and was named one of the Top 20 Eco-Estates in South Africa for 2018 by the global market research group, New World Wealth.