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SOUTH Africans buying property are increasingly concerned about living in a secure environment while having easy access to amenities, outdoor and sporting activities.

More and more South Africans are choosing to make their homes in the safety and tranquillity of an estate.

Waterways Estate offers more than just a safe place to live, they come with an enviable lifestyle and an attractive community living offering.

Here are some of the feedback we received from our buyers:

Mr and Mrs Govender: “We want our children to grow up in a secure environment. Also there are so many lifestyle facilities right on our doorstep here, and that makes it easier for us and our children to get involved in our community, socialise and make friends.”

Mrs Ismail: “The location of this estate is ideal as it is close to our workplace, shopping malls and other excellent local amenities, while providing us with excellent security and a lifestyle we’d enjoy. We have the freedom to go for walks around the estate, and we also enjoy the benefits such as the kids play area.”

Estate homes have in the past been on the upper end of the property pricing spectrum. However, with the introduction of sectional title opportunities, these properties are no longer exclusively limited to those in the higher income brackets. In other words, while estate living is still associated with more wealthy individuals, it has become more accessible.

We have been very specific about our pricing to ensure that, despite our unique product offering, our first-phase will provide some of the most competitive prices on the North Coast. This provides a great opportunity for our investors to get in early and benefit from the value and capital appreciation.

It is also no secret that investors within developments, in some cases, have seen the value of their property quadruple by what they had purchased it for at the launch phase.

The residential property market in Tongaat is to a large extent being driven by the burgeoning demand for estate homes in the area. In my view Waterways Estate is a breakthrough lifestyle concept which will resonate with home buyers, and no doubt many of the ideas being pioneered here will be imitated in other South African developments of the future. - Supplied.

 

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