Diemersfontein’s The Village selling well with private school and wine farm on tap
THE FIRST 15 owners have taken occupation of their homes at The Village, the new secure estate which is taking shape within the Diemersfontein Wine and Country Estate, in the Wellington Valley.
In addition, Pam Golding Properties (PGP) says, a further 23 properties have been sold and are under construction or building is to start soon. All 19 properties in phase one of the development have been sold, and only 12 are available in phase two, where 19 have been sold.
PGP is marketing the plotand- plan homes, which are priced from R1.095 million to R1.55m.
PGP’s project manager for the development, Louise Varga, says buyers have included a mix of young couples and firsttime buyers, many with young children, as well as mature buyers who want to downscale, and investors of all ages.
“A number of key factors have ensured demand,” she says, “including the scenic, central location in the Wellington Valley, surrounded by vineyards and with views of the Baviaanskloof and Du Toits- kloof mountains.
Other key selling points include excellent security and ease of lock-up-and-go living, as well as the on-site private school, Wellington Preparatory, to which home owners’ children have guaranteed admission.”
PGP’s area manager for Wellington, Surina du Toit, says there are eight design options in phase two, which includes two- and three-bedroomed homes.
“Owners also have a number of options to customise the finishes and fittings, so they can put their individual stamp on their homes while conforming to the overall architectural theme.
“All buyers at The Village have access to the full range of facilities on the 180- hectare wine farm, including guest accommodation, a restaurant, a spa and an extensive network of trails to explore on foot, bicycle or horseback. The Village also has its own swimming pool for residents’ exclusive use,” says Du Toit.
Call Lynette Kannemeyer at 082 672 1022 or Erika Odendaal at 082 412 6964.