Home is where the heart is

Often when I write about properties I tend to focus my enthusiasm on properties that are of grandiose status. There may be that big bulky warehouse next to the harbour or that never-ending shopping mall bustling with consumers and choirs of ringing till points. The motivation is mostly the value of these properties and a chase for financial result. Today I am dedicating my efforts on a property with a deeply personal sense.

Home is where the heart is

Often when I write about properties I tend to focus my enthusiasm on properties that are of grandiose status. There may be that big bulky warehouse next to the harbour or that never-ending shopping mall bustling with consumers and choirs of ringing till points. The motivation is mostly the value of these properties and a chase for financial result. Today I am dedicating my efforts on a property with a deeply personal sense.

The past year has been a difficult journey for me and my family as we had sadly lain to rest both our parents, our ouma and oupa, our dearest friends. We lost the warmth of their magnificence in our lives and find ourselves stitching back our brittle cores and broken hearts. Yes, this is a dark journey but also an enriching one as it taught us some renewed life values and the importance of how to appreciate one another. As a retired political figure once said “Life is over like a dream”.

My intention is not to be morbid or to lure you into a hole of wretchedness but to set the stage for an introduction to a property which is very personal and dear to me. As part of normal post mortem processes we are in process of winding up estates and parcel of this include a beautiful beach home in Blythedale Beach on Kwazulu Natal’s north coast. This is the warm estate home we as children and grandchildren would go home to. That place where you leave your troubles at the gate and venture perpetually into mom’s fridge to find a luring nibble. The overwhelming presence of pure undiluted love and laughter oozing from the walls and resetting the want to face life renewed. This is where my parents shrugged off the worldly work woes and came to greet retirement. What a marvellous choice to allow yourself to be immersed in the tropical coastline with abundant fresh air and unspoilt views of the Indian Ocean. I argue that the privilege of their surroundings added years to their lives and we remain thankful.

On 25 October 2016 this special estate home will be offered to the public at Auction by In2assets. There is a quant sense of sadness when I think of severing the bond with this treasured place but I am of the strong opinion that whomever the keys are passed onto will find themselves in a place of tranquillity and peace. If life is a dream then you have an opportunity to write this piece of paradise into yours.

For further information please contact Carl Kleinhans ckleinhans@in2assets.com or visit www.in2assets.com

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