The development of the Mossel Bay Golf Estate followed an agreement of sale in October 1997 between the Mossel Bay Municipality and Innside Investments (the developer). In accordance with the agreement, Innside Investments upgraded the Mossel Bay golf course, club house and parking area. As further part of the sale, the Municipality had to enter into a new lease agreement with the Mossel Bay Golf Club (Golf Club) extending the lease period to 99 years. In addition, this property may only be used as a golf course and no other purpose without obtaining the prior consent of the Mossel Bay Golf Estate Home Owners Association (HOA), thereby securing tenure.
The re-zoning and sub-division approval for the development incorporated the responsibility of the HOA to maintain and manage the portion of the St Blaze Nature Reserve on the southern frontage of the Estate. Fencing of erven within the development was restricted to allow for the unhindered movement of wild life.
During 2020 the HOA, Golf Club and Municipality solidified their commitment to uphold a sound relationship by entering into a co-operation agreement. This agreement is valid until June 2025 and may be renewed for a further 5-year period. In terms of the agreement the HOA make payment to the Golf Club towards capital and improvement projects. In return HOA members is provided with a Golf Club loyalty card which enjoy benefits of rebates and privileges on the same basis as a member of the Club.
Home owners and residents are encouraged to patronise the Club House with its appealing setting and restaurant via a dedicated entrance.
Mossel Bay is situated within the Garden Route, one of the most beautiful regions in the country. Led by a committed and competent executive team, Mossel Bay Municipality is consistently rated one of the best managed and sustainable municipalities in South Africa.
The Mossel Bay Golf Estate is located within 4 km’s from unparalleled medical facilities and services, top performing schools, both public and private, two blue flag beaches, shopping mall, amenities, as well as hardware stores.
A steady increase in the construction of new housing properties and continuing rising prices confirm the popularity and desirability of Mossel Bay as a residential destiny.
For those seeking an extreme experience Mossel Bay offer dives with great white sharks, sky diving, zip-line, deep sea fishing, sand boarding, surfing, scuba diving, whale watching and the big-5 game drives.
Hiking trails, sunset cruises, world renowned archaeological point of human origin tours, restaurants, pristine beaches and a range of local wines offer a package which is difficult not to delve into.
The Mossel Bay Golf Estate Home Owners Association is a registered company (not for profit) in accordance with the Companies Act, No. 71 of 2008. The primary objective of the company is to promote, advance and protect the common interests of its members.
Mossel Bay Golf Estate comprises 394 residential properties ranging from attractive two bedroomed units to impressive large free-standing houses. Some of these properties enjoys breath-taking panoramic views of the Indian Ocean, the bay as far as Wilderness, and the Outeniqua, Langeberg and Kammanasie mountain ranges.
The picturesque scenery is enhanced by the great open space provided by the golf course and St Blaze Nature Reserve. Numerous paths from within the estate provide easy access to the nature reserve.
All properties benefit from a safe and secure environment. This requires a continuous review and upgrade of security systems and processes. Furthermore, the HOA collaborate with other role-players in this sphere to optimise security.
Home owners and residents enjoy a manicured and well-maintained environment and have access to any of six enclosed swimming pools and sheltered braai areas.
While conduct rules, inter alia, limit pets and the use of property, architectural guidelines regulate aesthetics, such as paint colours, of properties. A miniscule number of undeveloped stands are available for resale.
With a speed limit of 25km/h streets are intended to allow for the movement of all occupants, whether by foot or mechanical means. Pedestrians, cyclists, birds, animals and wild life at all times have the right of way on streets within the Estate.
Catching a glimpse of bushbuck, cape grysbok, caracal, small grey mongoose or a tortoise alert the human feelings with excitement. Observing an abundance of bird species throughout the estate is a delight for the eye and ear.
The fairways of the golf course allows springbuck to lock horns in battle, run at speed and leap playfully, all this in full view of many properties.
Visit the photo gallery on this website to arouse your appetite and gain appreciation for this pristine estate of which the members are immensely proud.