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Retirement investments in Sibaya Coastal Precinct

Security all over

One of the first priorities on any retirees list is security. Along with the estate offerings providing extensive security features, Sibaya in itself is a Managed Precinct. What does this mean? The Sibaya Precinct Master Management Association has been assigned to ensure the area is maintained, kept to a high standard and most importantly secure. When you take your stroll along the boulevard, amble through the green zones and walk through the forest pathways onto the beach, you can rest assured that these areas have guarded these areas to protect residents and visitors.

The first retirement estate in Sibaya

As you know Shoreline Sibaya was the first retirement estate to enter the Sibaya Coastal Precinct and became one of the fastest selling retirement estates in KZN. It was a first of its kind to provide a modern, lock-up-and-go apartment style offering, with all the necessary facilities on its doorstep, while also having direct access to all the amenities within the area

The future of retirement

Approximately 30% of the Sibaya Coastal Precinct has been zoned for retirement development. We can expect to see more retirement opportunities become available within this area within the next few years. Its holistic design of the precinct aims at making life convenient. For retirees, you will be 10-minutes from the Umhlanga Netcare Hospital and the recently completed Care Centre within the precinct. It’s an ideal design for active aging as 60% of the area is reserved for conservancy and green spaces. You have access to forest pathways, beach and safe side walks. You will be connected to family, friends, community and nature.

Sibaya answers the top 3 retiree demands with security in place, care close by, and having an environment for pets. Keep an eye out for future retirement opportunities entering this exciting node.



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