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With its sub-tropical climate, KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) is known as South Africa’s playground. Property in KwaZulu-Natal is sought after due to its diverse landscape, cultural and historical influences. Farms, hospitality estates, golf estates, apartments, security estates, cluster homes and retirement villages – you choose the way you want to live.
Properties along the North and South Coast, in Umhlanga Rocks in particular, are a popular choice for those who want to make the most of the outdoors and the warm Indian Ocean. The little village of Ballito offers quiet and relaxed accommodation while further down the coast; Port Shepstone and Margate draw visitors with their long stretches of beach and indigenous coastal forests. But it’s not all about the beach here. You can choose country-style living in the Midlands or a more commercial atmosphere in the ever-growing city of Pietermaritzburg. For working professionals, the city of Durban is the ideal place to find a cosy apartment while those looking for a peaceful retirement or rustic living tend to prefer the exquisite beauty of the Drakensberg. Find the ideal KwaZulu-Natal property for sale in the area of your choice.
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“Rough and ready, smart and sophisticated, rural and rustic, KwaZulu-Natal is as eclectic as its cultures, people and landscapes.”
Popular areas in KwaZulu-Natal
Popular developments in KwaZulu-Natal
Mount Edgecombe Retirement Village
Victoria Country Club
Emanzini Private Reserve
Intaba Ridge Private Game Estate
Oceans Hotel Residential Apartments
Ekubo Coastal Estate
Eaglecrest Wildlife Estate
Houses and property for sale in Amanzimtoti are among the most popular on South Africa’s East Coast.
414 Properties to buy
31 Long term rentals
The Dolphin Coast, a stretch of golden beaches embraced by the warm Indian Ocean and rolling sugar cane and coastal forests, stretches from Zimbali in the south to the mighty Tugela River in the north. Ballito is rapidly b
Areas in Ballito
Brettenwood Coastal Estate, Zimbali Coastal Resort,
286 Properties to buy
17 Long term rentals
For over 20 years Pam Golding Properties has been selling property in Durban - including the Berea, Morningside, Glenwood and the beachfront.
61 Properties to buy
6 Long term rentals
Durban a diverse African city that is focused on citywide investments, growing our economy & creating a better quality of life. In Durban we play hard & work hard.
129 Properties to buy
19 Long term rentals
Known also as the Dolphin Coast, this area is made up of pristine beaches and forested dunes of the Tuzi Gazi, an area rich in Zulu heritage and ecological diversity.
136 Properties to buy
28 Long term rentals
The sunny South Coast of KwaZulu-Natal, otherwise known as "The Golf Coast" or "The Hibiscus Coast", offers the greatest value for money and are being rediscovered by the discerning investor.
271 Properties to buy
1 Short term rental
Kokstad, one of the fastest growing towns in KwaZulu-Natal, is located in the Sisonke District on the edge of the Drakensberg. With the picturesque backdrop of Mount Currie in the distance, Kokstad offers peace
45 Properties to buy
9 Long term rentals
The town of La Lucia is situated adjacent to Durban North, on the beautiful coastline of KZN within very close proximity of uMhlanga Rocks.
58 Properties to buy
The charming coastal town of Margate is located on the South Coast of KwaZulu-Natal. Spanning from Shelly Beach to Southbroom, Margate is well-known for its golden beaches fringed with palm trees.
149 Properties to buy
The suburb of Montclair is situated in Durban South, within close proximity to central Durban, offering easy access to neighbouring suburbs and industrial areas.
15 Properties to buy
Mount Edgecombe Country Club Estates I & II are situated on the Sugar Coast of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa.
10 Long term rentals
The town of Newcastle neighbours Ladysmith and Dundee in KwaZulu-Natal. Property for sale in Newcastle caters to families and retirees who’re looking to enjoy quiet living.
173 Properties to buy
1 Long term rental
Pinetown, named after the governor of Natal, Sir Benjamin Pine, forms part of the larger eThekwini municipality.
77 Properties to buy
Situated on the south coast of KwaZulu-Natal, the quaint resort town of Port Edward offers holiday seekers and residents its beautiful surrounds of lush rolling hills and breath taking ocean views.
Port Shepstone is situated 120 kilometres from the closest major city - Durban and a mere 1 and a half hour's drive from King Shaka International Airport situated on Durban's north coast.
29 Properties to buy
On the coast of KwaZulu-Natal situated on the 30 square kilometre lagoon of the Mhlatuze River, lies the town of Richards Bay.
339 Properties to buy
35 Long term rentals
The areas of Scottburgh and Pennington present property for sale along South Africa’s idyllic East Coast in KwaZulu-Natal.
413 Properties to buy
2 Long term rentals
Situated between Pietermartizburg
Areas in The Midlands
Hilton, Howick, Nottingham Road, Pietermaritzburg,
349 Properties to buy
5 Long term rentals
Umdloti is a small town located on KwaZulu-Natal’s North Coast. Conveniently close to Durban and just 10 kilometres from Umhlanga Rocks, Umdloti property rentals provide the perfect holiday destination.
53 Properties to buy
16 Long term rentals
uMhlanga Rocks, for many one of the most desirable coastal resorts in the world, is a town of two distinct halves.
219 Properties to buy
54 Long term rentals
The South Coast town of Umtentweni in KwaZulu-Natal is a peaceful residential town situated between Hibberdene and Port Shepstone.
87 Properties to buy
The district of Underberg/Himeville - now officially known as KWA-SANI, is situated in the Southern Drakensberg area of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. The Drakensberg is a high altitude area and perfect for sports training teams.
36 Properties to buy
Pam Golding Properties have been active in the Upper Highway area for a number of years with offices located in Kloof, Hillcrest and Waterfall.
Areas in Upper Highway
Hillcrest, Kloof, Waterfall,
311 Properties to buy
Want to spot the Big 5 or brush up on your wildlife knowledge? Then you’ve chosen the right place to live! There are numerous game parks and nature reserves in KwaZulu-Natal, many of which can be reached in just a few short hours. You’ll also be able to explore some of the oldest game reserves and areas of conservation that are situated in the heart of Zululand.
The warm waters make KwaZulu-Natal’s coastline a popular destination for swimming, fishing and surfing. Seaside towns serving as equally popular holiday destinations include Ballito and Umhlanga on the North Coast while further down the South Coast, you’ll find Margate and Port Shepstone come alive with beach-goers and holidaymakers.
The Drakensberg Mountains provide breathtakingly beautiful scenery and numerous opportunities for hiking, cycling and outdoor adventure. Some of the sandstone caves in this area still feature ancient rock art. Very different to the subtropical coast, this protected mountain range experiences a colder climate and can experience heavy snowfall during the winter months.
KwaZulu-Natal plays host to the annual Comrades Marathon, the international race that sees runners braving a gruelling 87+km route. Other popular sporting events include the Mr Price Pro surfing competition, the Midmar Mile swimming race and the Dusi Canoe Marathon. If you’re more of a spectator, don’t miss the Vodacom Durban July horseracing extravaganza held at Greyville Racecourse.
There are a number of esteemed schools within KwaZulu-Natal offering boarding and day scholar facilities for all ages. Notable private institutions include Hilton College, Michaelhouse, Kearsney College, Durban Girl’s College, St. Anne’s Diocesan College and St. Mary’s DSG. You will also find the University of KwaZulu-Natal, the Durban University of Technology and other specialised tertiary colleges.
This region is serviced by a number of private and public clinics and hospitals, most of which can be found near residential areas such as Durban, Pietermaritzburg, Newcastle and Empangeni to name a few. There are also 9 private Netcare hospitals dotted around KwaZulu-Natal that offer a range of specialised treatments along with the Ethekwini Hospital & Heart Centre.
From markets to malls, KwaZulu-Natal has it all! Gateway Theatre of Shopping in Umhlanga is one of the largest malls in the country with over 300 shops and a host of entertainment activities, cinemas and restaurants. If it’s arts and crafts you’re after head to the Victoria Street Market or the Essenwood Market or nip down to your local convenience store for all your day-to-day needs.
King Shaka International Airport is located on the North Coast of KwaZulu-Natal, but there are also a number of smaller domestic and private airports within the region. The N2 highway traversers the coast and the M3 runs diagonally, connecting to various towns and areas of interest and offering easy access to regions beyond KwaZulu-Natal’s borders.
For example Camps Bay or Mauritius