Springerbaai is an eco-friendly coastal development of approximately 438 hectares in extent, consisting of 264 hectares of pristine vegetation and around 174 hectares of grazing for game.
The estate has approx. 2.5km of beachfront and offers six individual housing phases with a total of 117 full title stands. Each stand has sea views and the beachfront is easily accessible via timber boardwalks between 200m and 600m over the coastal dune.
To date over sixty homes have been developed and all remaining stands have been sold by the original developer.
The Estate is now run by a Management Team guided by Trustees appointed by the Home Owners Association.
Architectural Building Style
The ethos of the architectural style at Springerbaai stems from the original Cape Cottage style, where the use of natural materials such as thatching reed and timber play a large role. All homes are solar and gas powered, thus allowing for a more sustainable type of home.
A modern style derived from a mixture of traditional styles specific to the development as described in detail in the Springer Bay Architectural & Building Regulations.
In keeping with its eco-friendly, ethos, Springerbaai’s roads are generally gravel however certain sections have been tarred and dusted due to steep slopes and drainage difficulties.
No Telkom lines are provided. Cellular connections for mobile phone and the internet are excellent. Satellite television signals are strong.
Springerbaai does not make use of the national electricity power grid. Energy needs are drawn exclusively from solar power, gas and silenced generators.
Mossel Bay municipality supplies water in bulk from the Wolwedans Dam to a reservoir on the estate. Water usage is metered at each dwelling.