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Why Sibaya continues to be the most sought-after precinct

As one the most exclusive, prime strips of land and development, the Sibaya Coastal Precinct presents more than just a sought-after precinct. An area that is revolutionising coastal living, it continues to provide a private lifestyle for those looking for the ultimate coastal environment that hosts all you could need to live a fulfilled life.

Experiencing over 40% capital appreciation in a mere 3 years. This precinct continues to expand its residential and commercial offerings with an expected generation of R20 billion in development over the next 5-10 years, with the expectation of creating over 40 000 temporary jobs and 5000 semi-skilled permanent jobs.

The Sibaya Coastal Precinct not only plays a positive role in the socio-economic growth of the province but also values the greenery and preservation of the natural land. With sustainability and the need to create a constructive impact on the environment, at least 60% of the green areas will remain intact with focus on rehabilitation of the coastal dune forests, preservation of 6.5km of beach from estuary to estuary, and 75km of walking and running paths to which residents of the precinct will have access to, at leisure. Overseen by the Sibaya Precinct Master Management Association (SMA), this precinct will experience maintained landscapes with premium security ensuring a safe atmosphere for residents to enjoy just outside their door.

Located midway of the bustling hub of commercial Umhlanga and Ballito, the precinct is a delightful medium that gives you perfect proximity to King Shaka International Airport and a myriad of amenities in KZN, often within a 3-hour drive to sites like the Drakensburg and various game reserves.

Living in a location that gives you access to a dynamic lifestyle that is like no other precinct in the country, the Sibaya Coastal Precinct will continue to innovate the way residents live in an effort to create the city of the future.

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