Baronetcy Es­tate of­fers the high life

World-class fa­cil­i­ties and su­perb views

Weekend Argus (Saturday Edition) - - AUCTIONS -

ONE OF Julius Buchin­sky Group’s ma­jor prop­erty auc­tion suc­cesses dur­ing 2009 was the sought-af­ter Baronetcy Es­tate in Plat­tek­loof.

Plat­tek­loof is one of the most cen­trally sit­u­ated and leafy sub­urbs of Cape Town, and the area is renowned for its ma­jes­tic res­i­den­tial build­ings sit­u­ated on the Plat­tek­loof Hills, top se­cu­rity, world-class med­i­cal fa­cil­i­ties and the var­i­ous lead­ing restau­rants and shop­ping cen­tres lo­cated in this friendly and fam­ily ori­ented sub­urb.

Plat­tek­loof is re­garded by many as one of the best value- for-money prop­erty in­vest­ments in South Africa, which is why it is be­com­ing so soughtafter in prop­erty cir­cles.

On Wed­nes­day, Novem­ber 11, at 11.30am, Julius Buchin­sky Group will have its fi­nal auc­tion for 2009 at Baronetcy and this time around the group is of­fer­ing one of the best plots on the fa­mous es­tate.

The plot, sit­u­ated at No 51 Kingsway, is 842m and is lo­cated at the high­est point of the es­tate, bor­der­ing the Tyger­berg Na­ture Re­serve.

Views from the site in­clude Ta­ble Moun­tain, the Cape

2 Penin­sula, Ta­ble Bay and Robben Is­land.

There is no limit on the time to com­plete build­ing works and a re­cent plot in the same road was sold for more than R2.3 mil­lion.

Many lo­cal and in­ter na­tional in­vestors have iden­ti­fied the ben­e­fits of in­vest­ing in Plat­tek­loof with its nat­u­ral beauty, views and top se­cu­rity and Julius Buchin­sky Group is ex­pect­ing an­other fan­tas­tic turnout on auc­tion day.

For more in­for­ma­tion, con­tact Robyn Swigge­laar at the group on 082 772 0445 or visit www.julius­buchin­sky.com.

WHAT A VIEW: Julius Buchin­sky Group will auc­tion a plot at 51 Kingsway, the high­est point of the Baronetcy Es­tate in Plat­tek­loof, bor­der­ing the Tyger­berg Na­ture Re­serve. Views from the site in­clude Ta­ble Moun­tain, the Cape Penin­sula, Ta­ble Bay and Robben Is­land.

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