Diemers­fontein’s The Vil­lage sell­ing well with pri­vate school and wine farm on tap

Weekend Argus (Saturday Edition) - - PROPERTY -

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.

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