Be green, play sports and enjoy public transport
BEACH Break, a luxury residential development bordered by Clam and Birkenhead roads in Table View is close to a popular spot for kitesurfers and stand-up paddlers, making it an sought-after location for sports enthusiasts and beachgoers, says Emarie Campbell, Pam Golding Properties area principal for the Western Seaboard.
“The development will be ideal for first- time buyers, or those downscaling from elsewhere in the area. The appeal of the western seaboard and its great rental returns also makes this a perennial investment option,” she says.
Prices range from R1.3 million for one-bedroom apartments to R4.4m for the three-bedroom penthouse. Beach Break is being developed by Malberry Investments, a group with extensive experience in residential golf estates. The complex includes a landscaped garden and a swimming pool and all 57 apartments will have views of Table Mountain, Tygerberg Hills or the com- plex’s garden. The ground floor units will have private gardens.
“With traffic congestion a daily gripe for many, the proximity of Beach Break to the MyCiTi bus route makes this an appealing option for people working in the city. It is also close to the city’s longest dedicated bicycle lane, which will no doubt be popular with sports enthusiasts and commuters wanting to lessen their carbon footprint,” says Campbell.
Occupation is scheduled for March 2018.