El­e­gant Cape es­tate moves to its sec­ond phase

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ANEW phase is be­ing launched at one of the most pop­u­lar se­cure de­vel­op­ments in Cape Town’s North­ern Sub­urbs, Heeren­zicht Es­tate. Sit­u­ated in a cen­tral lo­ca­tion in Dur­banville, on one of the area’s orig­i­nal farms, Heeren­zicht was first launched to mar­ket in 2004.

Its first 20 plots at­tracted an elite group of buy­ers seek­ing a life­style of el­e­gance, se­cu­rity and pri­vacy. Pam Gold­ing Prop­er­ties has the ex­clu­sive man­date to mar­ket the sec­ond phase, which con­sists of just 12 plots — three of which were sold prior to launch. Prices range from R2,299m to R2,975m in­clu­sive of VAT.

Here buy­ers will be able to use their own ar­chi­tect and builder of choice to erect their dream home, within the ar­chi­tec­tural guide­lines gov­ern­ing the over­all aes­thetic of the es­tate.

Trans­fers are ex­pected from early next year, and buy­ers have three years in which to build. The plots range in size from 1 210m² to 1 689m², and the min­i­mum built foot­print will be a spa­cious 350m². The es­tate’s beau­ti­fully land­scaped gar­dens will be fed by an on-site bore­hole.

Pam Gold­ing Prop­er­ties’ area man­ager for the North­ern Sub­urbs, Mau­reen Nel, says the orig­i­nal Heeren­zicht devel­op­ment set a new bench­mark in the area for qual­ity and at­ten­tion to de­tail.

“With its spa­cious lay­out, am­ple open spa­ces, nu­mer­ous wa­ter fea­tures and ex­cel­lent se­cu­rity, as well as its pleas­ing aes­thetic guide­lines, the es­tate of­fers an un­par- al­leled lux­ury life­style — and this lat­est phase will be no dif­fer­ent. From a life­style per­spec­tive its lo­ca­tion is su­perb — it is cen­trally lo­cated close to world-class shop­ping and sport­ing fa­cil­i­ties, in­clud­ing the Tyger Val­ley Water­front, Wil­low­bridge Life­style Cen­tre, the Bel­lville Velo­drome and Dur­banville Race­course, as well as a num­ber of top golf cour­ses and l ex­cel­lent schools.

“The Dur­banville Wine Route is lit­er­ally on your doorstep. It is a lo­ca­tion of im­mense beauty and tran­quil­lity, yet is con­ve­niently lo­cated with easy ac­cess to ma­jor high­ways.”

Nel adds that this new phase at Heeren­zicht will also be an ex­cel­lent in­vest­ment op­por­tu­nity. “This is one of the fi­nal un­de­vel­oped por­tions of land still avail­able in Vyge­boom, which is of­ten re­ferred to as the ‘Bish­op­scourt of the North­ern Sub­urbs’,” she says. “As such, this phase will in­clude some of the most sought-af­ter prop­erty in Cape Town. The new sec­tion is lo­cated on prime 2,1ha of land ad­ja­cent to, but set slightly apart from, the ex­ist­ing es­tate, to en­sure pri­vacy and space.

“It will en­joy an ex­ten­sion of all of the ex­ist­ing se­cu­rity fea­tures, in­clud­ing perime­ter elec­tric fenc­ing and walls, a 24-hour manned guard­house, elec­tronic beams, a two-way in­ter­com sys­tem and se­cu­rity cam­era net­work. .” Con­tact: Pam Gold­ing Prop­er­ties Mau­reen Nel 082 378 8836 Ann van Rens­burg 082 494 4689 Of­fice 021 975 7210

The sec­ond phase of the pop­u­lar Heeren­zicht, Dur­banville, devel­op­ment con­sists of just 12 ad­di­tional plots priced from R2,299m to R2,975m.

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