60% of The Legacy in Green Point sold since World Cup

Weekend Argus (Saturday Edition) - - PROPERTY -

SE­EFF has sold 60 per­cent of the flats in The Legacy, the mod­ern res­i­den­tial block in Green Point which is rapidly near­ing com­ple­tion.

The av­er­age price for the flats is R32 000m2, says Ian Slot, MD of Se­eff At­lantic Seaboard, CBD, City Bowl, V&A and Camps Bay.

“The new own­ers will be able to move in in mid-Fe­bru­ary 2011, in­stead of hav­ing to wait the usual 18 to 24 months for the devel­op­ment to be com­pleted. A show unit will soon be ready for view­ing, so prospec­tive buy­ers can ex­pe­ri­ence The Legacy life­style on site.”

The Legacy is at the foot of the Cape Town Sta­dium, and within walk­ing dis­tance of the V&A Water­front, Port­side Cen­tre, the new golf course, the Cape Quar­ter shop­ping com­plex, the new Ur­ban Park and many clubs and restau­rants.

It is a joint ven­ture be­tween prop­erty builders and de­vel­op­ers Saul and Paul Berman and the co-founders of Ajax Cape Town soc­cer team, prop­erty de­vel­op­ers John and Ge­orge Comi­tis.

“We wanted to time the start of our mar­ket­ing cam­paign for the block to World Cup vis­i­tors. T h e B e r ma n s h a d a l r e a d y se­cured the land, and it fit­ted our dream per­fectly,” says John Comi­tis.

Se­eff agents Adrian Mauer­berger and Melanie Truss say the devel­op­ment’s 16 larger north-fac­ing units of­fer ex­cep­tional light and views of Robben Is­land, Sig­nal Hill and the Cape Town Sta­dium. The 24 smaller moun­tain-and side-fac­ing units of­fer more af­ford­able ac­com­mo­da­tion.

Truss says that most of the side-fac­ing and two-bed­room units have been sold. These flats range in size from 46m² to 100m² and are priced from R995 000 to R4.49 mil­lion.

“Only seven of these units are left, and a num­ber of moun­tain-fac­ing units un­der of­fer are priced from R1.35m for 50m2. We have also sold two of the four two-bed­room pent­houses. How­ever, ev­ery unit is like a pent­house be­cause there is no dif­fer­ence in lay­out, struc­ture and fin­ishes – it’s just that the views get bet­ter the higher you go. The re­main­ing pent­houses of­fer re­mark­able views at R3.895m.”

The three gar­den flats – one of which has a pri­vate pool – are still avail­able for un­der R1.8m. Mauer­berger says the gar­dens sizes vary from 25m2 to 87m2, so small pets will be quite at home.

He says there is good se­cu­rity on the bot­tom level and these flats have di­rect ac­cess from the base­ment park­ing g a r a g e where o ne - b e d r o o m units are al­lo­cated a sin­gle park­ing bay, and two-bed­room units have two park­ing bays.

There are also two lifts, a 24-hour concierge and a rooftop deck with a bar area as well as a lap pool.

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