This stand is perched high above Vermont. It is subject to a servitude for access road to Erf 1817. The plot can only be sold as stand-alone once an offer has been accepted for the house on Erf 1817.
The little village of Vermont is usually spoken of in the same breath as its immediate neighbour, Onrus, and indeed, the two lie close together on the coast where the Onrus River runs into the sea via a lagoon, just over an hour’s drive from Cape Town in the Greater Hermanus area.
Vermont, a newer suburb than its neighbour, serves mainly as a holiday village, its residents making their way here primarily during holiday seasons. A beautiful coastal path stretches from Onrus along the coastline becoming what is now known as the Vermont Trail, interspersed with tidal pools and ending at the sand dunes of Brekvis (Breakfast) Bay, one of the most undisturbed beaches in the area and a perfect spot for the earliest meal of the day.