Two new apartment complexes, Waterford Place and Paradiso have been launched in the hugely successful Sitari Country Estate, with apartments from only R1 085 500.
Says John Coetzee, Executive Director of Uvest Property Group, developers of Sitari Country Estate: “The rapid selling out of Waterbrook’s 55 premium apartments towards the end of last year and fast take-up rate of the 33 units in phase 1 of Meadow Lane led us to move the release of these new apartment complexes forward. Demand from both investors and potential residents is strong, boosted by the incredible facilities that the estate will offer as well as the superb interior and aesthetic design, specifications and fittings, which take our apartments to a level not previously seen in developments in the Helderberg.
“Hence we decided to introduce two new apartment schemes, Waterford Place and Paradiso, both designed by our architectural partners BPAS Architecture, and they are already selling briskly.”
Waterford Place Luxury Apartments offer a unique combination of luxury and convenience. These are located within easy access of the 2.2 km Orchard Lane, which will feature vineyards and orchards with olives, limes, lemons, oranges, figs, pomegranates and pears. The one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments offer the ideal combination of space and comfort, whilst also being brilliantly functional and homely. They feature luxurious vinyl flooring, imported large-format porcelain tiles, solar geyser, Grohe sanitary ware, glass panel walk-in shower, LED downlights, Miele oven, hob and extractor, engineered stone countertops, built-in wood fire braais, and landscaped gardens for the ground floor units.
The ground floor has 16 units with private yards: 7 three-bedroom units and 9 two-bedroom units. The first floor has 19 two-bedroom apartments, and the second floor has 16 two- bedroom and 4 one-bedroom units. The one-bedroom units have already sold out.
There are two types of two-bedroom apartments: type 1 has one bathroom and is 74.6 m2 in extent, which includes an 8.7 m2 balcony or patio with braai; type 2 has two bathrooms and is 71.3 m2, including 8 m2 balcony. Type 2 corner units have an extra 13 m2 of balcony wrapped around the lounge, taking them to 84.3 m2. Both offer one or two parking bays, and pricing of the two-bedroom units ranges from R1.458m to R1.516m.
The four three-bedroom, two-bathroom apartments are all situated on the ground floor with private gardens, come with two parking bays, and range in price from R2.172m to R2.202m. They also offer two varieties, sized either 95.9 m2 including 8.8 m2 balcony, or 106.9 m2 including 10.4 m2 balcony.
The Paradiso Premium Apartments will offer views of the Klein Zeekoevlei Wetland, and easy access to the 14 km bike and jogging path. These condo-living apartments have been carefully designed in partnership with exclusive brands and include exposed trusses in some units, vinyl flooring, imported large-format porcelain tiles, stack-away doors allowing seamless indoor-outdoor living, solar geysers, Grohe sanitary ware, glass panel walk-in showers, down lighting and pendant lights, Miele oven, hob and extractor or freestanding Smeg oven and extractor, engineered stone countertops, built-in wood fire braai, and landscaped gardens for the ground floor units. The two mood boards on offer are ‘Wrought Iron’ or ‘Farm Fresh’ and have been meticulously conceptualised by BSENSE interior designers.
There are three different layout options for the three-bedroom, two-bathroom apartments, which are 119.5 m2 in extent, as well as for the 81.5 m2 two- bedroom, two-bathroom units. The one-bedroom units are 52 m2. All of the apartments include covered balconies, storage units and two covered parking bays.
Pricing in Paradiso ranges from only R1 085 500 to R1 260 500 for the one-bedroom units, R1 709 500 to R2 035 500 for those with two bedrooms, and from R2 370 500 to R2 609 500 for the three-bedroom apartments.
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