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Khomas
Khomas is the smallest region on the central highland plateau of Namibia, but even so, it is also the most densely populated with the capital of Windhoek being in the heart of the region.
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Windhoek
Windhoek, the vibrant capital of Namibia is an exceptional mixture of history and future-forward thinking - as evident in the incredible plethora of properties on offer in this bustling city. From large residential properties to investment development - it is an exciting blend of modern architecture and Victorian style buildings - making it impossible to resist and easy to fall in love with.
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Erongo
The Erongo Region is a geological wonderland. Its centre is formed by the Erongo Mountains a 130 million-year-old volcanic ruin with breathtaking rock formations and landscapes.
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Henties Bay
Slowly at first, but more rapidly during the last decade, Henties Bay has expanded to include holiday homes that could feature in property and décor magazines along with the grandest of dwellings.
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Swakopmund
Swakopmund is an exquisite coastal town that will take your breath away with its splendid geographical surroundings, its foggy weather and its architectural masterpieces.
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Walvis Bay
Discovered in the late fifteenth century by Bartolomeu Dias, Walvis Bay continues to be a paradise for those who are lured and entranced by the ocean.
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Kunene
Bordering Angola the Kunene region, named after the Kunene River, the relatively underdeveloped region lies in the north of Namibia.
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Outjo
Until very recently, Outjo was mainly known as a drive-through or stopover for tourists on their way to landmarks like the Etosha Pans, the Ugab Rock Finger (Vingerklip), the Petrified Forest, Twyfelfontein, the Burnt Mountain, the Organ Pipes and the spectacular landscapes of Damaraland and Kaokoland. In the last two years however, the town has transformed after a make-over: detox, botox, make-up - the works!
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Karas
Karas is a region in the south of Nambia, an area of 161,235 km² covering approximately 20% of the country. The name is derived from the local Nama word meaning Quiver Tree which has become the symbol for this most desolate part of Namibia, the least populated region in the country.
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Luderitz
Situated on the coast of Southern Namibia and surrounded by the Namib Desert lies the picturesque town of Lüderitz.
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Hardap
Hardap stretches the entire width of Namibia, from the Atlantic Ocean in the west to Namibia's eastern national border. In the northeast, it borders the Kgalagadi District of Botswana, and in the southeast, it borders the Northern Cape Province of South Africa.
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Lynn Hutchison
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What makes Finkenstein a great suburb?
Finkenstein is a residential development 12 km east of Windhoek, consisting of 4 development areas. Finkenstein Village for the younger generation, Finkenstein Manor for the more matured, Finkenstein Estate for the open spaces, animals and Finkenstein Green for mixed use, where shops, businesses and other areas are still to come.
The typical Finkenstein buyer
As there are 4 different areas, there is something for anyone, especially those who enjoys to live out of the bustling City.
Price overview of Finkenstein
Selling from erven to constructed housing. Contact us for more detailed information determined by your choice of erven or housing pricing.
Popular in Finkenstein
Finkenstein where privacy, open spaces, blending of the development into the environment, the protection of its fauna and flora, the protection of members’ rights and a peaceful rural atmosphere are the primary objectives. The safety, it is a gated community with 24 hour security.
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High demand due to its location.
Aniska Vollgraaff
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What makes Ocean View a great suburb?
Diversity and close to schools, shops and short drive to the beach.
The typical Ocean View buyer
Price overview of Ocean View
Variety of properties ranging from entry level investments to more expensive freestanding homes.
Popular in Ocean View
Close to Spar and Pro Ed Akademie.
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Kurt Grunschloss
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What makes Lagoon a great suburb?
NEXT TO THE OCEAN
The typical Lagoon buyer
YOUR UPMARKET BUYER
Price overview of Lagoon
MID 2 MILLION TO 15 MILLION FOR PROPERTY
Popular in Lagoon
BOAT CRUSES,WALK AND RUNNERS BESTCHOICE FOR SAFTY AND BEST VIEWS FOR FLAMINGOES
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ALWAYS HAVE SOMETHING WARM WITH YOU CAUSE WEATHER CAN CHANGE QUICKLY .
Anita Dames
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What makes Elisenheim a great suburb?
Proximity to Windhoek and overall safest neighborhood in Namibia.
The typical Elisenheim buyer
Young couple with two or three young children who need a safe space for their children to play and safely ride bicycles on the streets.
Price overview of Elisenheim
Free-standing houses are typically between N$ 1,800,000 to N$ 4,000,000 with 2 to 3 bedrooms.
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