Shelley Point’s new four-star suites are progressing well
CONSTRUCTION of the Shelley Point Hotel, Spa and Country Club’s new R35 million 42-suite extension is on schedule and on budget for an early completion by the end of March 2010, says Herman Theart, of building contractor Ekosto 1091.
The extension designed by Cape architects Le Roux Basson will bring the number of suites available at Shelley Point to 86.
Theart says the building is very similar to the first block, which was completed in September last year, but the new suites are much better, more comfortable and more efficient.
The three-storey building will have a white-walled Cape vernacular style with a thatched roof con- structed by Lucas Quality Thatchers. The beams and thatch will be visible to occupants of the top floor.
The suites comprise two types: 64m2 simplex units on the ground floor and 72m2 duplex units above these. The larger units will have separate living and bedroom areas. Theart’s contract also includes the provision of all fur niture and fittings.
Allan Burgoyne, resident director for the new owner, Dale Capital, says the plan is to sell about half the units under sectional title at prices from R1m to R1.4m. The sales campaign will be launched soon. Call Allan Burgoyne on 082 929 6882 or e-mail email@example.com.
ON TRACK: Allan Burgoyne of Dale Capital and Herman Theart of Ekosto 1091 at the site where the new suite extension is being added.