De­signer du­plexes for sale in Bantry Bay

Weekend Argus (Saturday Edition) - - PROPERTY -

ONE OF Bantry Bay’s most pop­u­lar apart­ment build­ings has been given a makeover, with three new du­plex apart­ments and a pent­house.

Portman Place was orig­i­nally built in the 1960s, and Pam Gold­ing Prop­er­ties (PGP) said it had long been a soughtafter ad­dress in the sub­urb, thanks to its con­ve­nient lo­ca­tion, ex­cel­lent main­te­nance and se­cure life­style of­fer­ing.

The three new 98m du­plexes are be­ing mar­keted at R3.6 mil­lion each, and the pent­house is sell­ing for R8.75m.

PGP’s area man­ager for the At­lantic seaboard and city bowl, Basil Mo­raitis, said the new ex­ten­sion was re­cently com­pleted.

“The new apart­ments were de­signed by Den­nis Fabian Ar­chi­tects and have lux­u­ri­ous f i nishes, i nclud­ing f i t t e d kitchens with ap­pli­ances, and pol­ished stone and wood fin­ishes, with a touch of stain­less steel,” he said.

Portman Place is in Fir Av­enue, which is within walk­ing dis­tance of the Sea Point Prom­e­nade, and is close to the Re­gent Road shop­ping area.

Se­cu­rity fea­tures in­clude a 24-hour concierge desk, and se­cure base­ment and un­der­cover park­ing for res­i­dents.

The new du­plexes each have two bed­rooms, two bath­rooms and two se­cure park­ing bays.

The 210m pent­house has three bed­rooms, three bath­rooms, open-plan liv­ing ar­eas and a wrap­around bal­cony. It also has a garage and two un­der­cover park­ing bays.

LUX­U­RI­OUS: The new apart­ments have fit­ted kitchens with ap­pli­ances, pol­ished stone, wood and stain­less steel fin­ishes.

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