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We really look forward to meeting you and sharing our special corner of our most beautiful KwaZulu-Natal where you can “Enjoy the personal touch”
Sharon & Gary Clarke
GPS: 29° 34.580' S 30° 21.298' E
Pietermaritzburg, the provincial capital of KwaZulu-Natal, is a beautiful city with some of the best examples of Victorian architecture in the southern hemisphere. Situated a mere 800 metres from the popular Cascades shopping centre in the leafy northern suburb of Montrose, and less than 5 minutes drive to the Liberty Midlands Mall and the N3 highway, our locality appeals to businesses, tourists and athletes alike. World class mountain bike trails are on our doorstep while the start of the internationally acclaimed Comrades Marathon and the Duzi Canoe Marathon are a few minutes’ drive away. Durban is a short 45 minute drive while Johannesburg is 5 hours away.
Take the N3 highway to Pietermaritzburg. Continue on the highway towards Harrismith. Glide left onto the Armitage/Sanctuary Road off ramp. Keep to the left lane until the traffic circle. Continue right around the circle and turn left up Town Bush Road towards Grey's Hospital & Montrose. Pass Greys Hospital on the left. Continue through the robots at Montgomery Drive [All Saints Church is situated on the opposite left corner]. Pass under the bridge. Take the first turn left into Neden Road. Continue past Lone Tree Place. Gecko Hill is the second house on the left - 7 Neden Road. Look out for the green sign showing a white gecko on a face brick wall and white gates.
Pass the village of Hilton on the N3 highway. As you descend Town Hill turn left onto the Peter Brown off ramp. At the T-junction, turn left into Peter Brown Drive. After a short drive, turn right into Francis Staniland. Continue descending about 2km to the T-junction at the end. Turn left into Neden Road. Be prepared to turn almost immediately right into the driveway of 7 Neden Road [Gecko Hill], recognized by white gates and a green sign showing a white gecko on a face brick wall.