War­blers Grove units sold al­ready

Weekend Argus (Saturday Edition) - - PROPERTY -

HOUSES are al­ready ei­ther com­plete or un­der construction at War­blers Grove.

Two of the seven new homes were sold at War­blers Grove in Con­stan­tia be­fore the of­fi­cial launch re­cently, says Heather Cape of Gre­eff Prop­er­ties, the agency mar­ket­ing the de­vel­op­ment.

The eighth unit at War­blers Grove is the orig­i­nal Her­bert Bak­er­style homestead, which was sold for R25.75 mil­lion and is be­ing com­pletely ren­o­vated.

Construction of the six dou­ble- storey and one sin­gle-storey houses will be com­pleted by March 2010.

All have four bed­rooms with en­suite bath­rooms, a study, an open­plan kitchen with a scullery and a dou­ble or triple garage.

In most cases there are three re­cep­tion ar­eas.

Floor sizes range from 492m² to 853m², and erf sizes from 1 350m² to 3 000m², and prices start at R15 695m.

Mike Gre­eff, chief ex­ec­u­tive of Gre­eff Prop­er­ties, says the de­vel­oper, Michael Grant, has spec­i­fied nat­u­ral slate roofs and solid oak floor­ing in the liv­ing ar­eas.

There are traver­tine counter tops and large porce­lain tiles in the bath­rooms. The kitchens are es­pe­cially pretty, with en­gi­neered stone tops and san­dal­wood coun­ters in an o p e n - p l a n s t y l e wi t h b r e a k f a s t ar­eas.

Nat­u­ral sand­stone cladding is used for the pa­tio col­umns and other ex­ter­nal fea­tures, en­cir­cling walls with elec­tri­fied fenc­ing and in­truder de­tec­tion sys­tems, as well as au­to­mat­i­cally ir­ri­gated gar­dens.

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