Chapel Towers development is Cape Town’s “Best kept secret”

Private Property South Africa
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Units in this development situated between the District Six area and the Foreshore are selling fast.

Construction is on programme at Asrin Property Developers’ Chapel Towers development, with anticipated completion expected by the end of 2019, says Shiraz Onia, Asrin’s construction director.

Most of the units were sold prior to the official launch, as demand for units in this area is high.

“Don’t miss this opportunity to live in the city, with easy access to all major highways and landmarks such as the Table Mountain, V&A Waterfront, UCT Cape Technikon and Cape Town International airport to name a few,” says Onia.

There are still a few apartments for sale, at prices ranging from R1,85 million to R2,9 million. All the units will have superior finishes and fittings, with engineered stone kitchen countertops, SMEG appliances, porcelain tiles , Grohe (or similar) bathroom fittings. Units will be light-filled and they will all benefit from either views of Table Mountain (recently named one of the seven natural wonders of the world), the city or harbour.

Chapel Towers will have a lifestyle deck on the roof, with a swimming pool, gym, and braai facilities.

In addition, the building will have full access control, a concierge and two levels of secure underground parking.

Sited just between the historical District Six area and the Foreshore, residents at Chapel Towers will be able to enjoy a culture-rich environment with a glut of restaurants, bistros, coffee shops and retail centres nearby.

“This development is suited to many different buyers, whether you are a first time home buyer, a young professional, retired and looking to downscale or a buy-to-let investor, this development ticks all the right boxes,” said Onia.

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