Build­ing of South Breeze be­gins with 60% of 83 units al­ready sold

Weekend Argus (Saturday Edition) - - PROPERTY -

CON­STRUC­TION has be­gun on the first phase at As­rin Prop­erty Devel­op­ers’ South Breeze de­vel­op­ment at Strandfontein.

These homes are ex­pected to be com­pleted from Oc­to­ber, with han­dovers due to take place from Novem­ber. Sales of units have been good, says Re­hana Moosa, mar­ket­ing ex­ec­u­tive for As­rin, with 60% of the 83 homes now sold.

The sell­ing point has been that the ma­jor­ity are free-stand­ing houses and they are all sep­a­rate ti­tles with pri­vate, fully walled gar­dens, she said.

There are two and three bed­room units avail­able at South Breeze, priced from R699 900 to R799 900, in­clud­ing VAT and trans­fer duty costs.

The homes will have su­pe­rior fin­ishes such as gran­ite coun­ter­tops and stain­less steel hobs and ovens. Qual­ity ce­ramic tiles or lam­i­nated floors will be used in all the units. In ad­di­tion, green en­ergy ini­tia­tives such as so­lar water heaters will re­duce elec­tric­ity con­sump­tion.

Play parks have been in­cluded in the de­vel­op­ment’s land­scap­ing plan to al­low chil­dren to en­joy the out­doors while re­main­ing within the safety of the vil­lage.

South Breeze is con­ve­niently lo­cated in terms of ac­cess to lo­cal ameni­ties and pub­lic trans­port.

Den­negeur Av­enue Primary School is only 600m away and Strandfontein Sec­ondary School is less than 1km away. Its im­me­di­ate site neigh­bours are the lo­cal pub­lic li­brary and a fam­ily clinic.

Although it is not gated, the vil­lage has full perime­ter walling topped with elec­tric fenc­ing and only has one en­trance and exit point, which adds to its se­cu­rity.

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