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2016-08-24 06:00
THE dazzling new Raceway Park.

THE dazzling new Raceway Park.

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TO become a homeowner in Mangaung has never been easier, especially since word got out that new homes are available for as little as R450 000 in the dazzling new Raceway Park development along the N8.

With modern architectural designs, water-wise landscaping, energy-efficient hot water management and pre-paid electricity meters, Raceway Park truly means business with the tagline, Welcome to Your Future.

A mere 6 km from the Bloemfontein Central Business District and only 3 km from the Braam Fischer International Airport, Raceway Park proves to be most popular amongst young upcoming executives and business people in search of their next home-sweet-home or a safe and sound financial investment.

Family homes are still available in the second phase of the development after record sales saw the first phase entirely sold out. With more than eight different unit types to choose from, opportunities range from stylish two-bedroomed, one bathroomed houses to exceptional three bedroomed, two bathroomed family homes with lock-up garages.

Raceway Park even distinguishes itself in providing for extended families, with choice homes sporting en-suite granny flats with separate entrances.

Adjacent to the greater Airport Node that is scheduled to be completed in the near future, Raceway Park is at the heart of new growth and development in the Mangaung Metro.

Future elements and community facilities within Raceway Park include a school, a crèche, a church, public parks and playgrounds, including a skate park.

The next phases under construction will see lavish apartment blocks with spacious two-bedroomed apartments for sale and for rent.

“Local business owners should move fast to scoop up the limited business opportunities within the Raceway Park Business Precinct along the N8”, says Llewellyn Pelser of National Real Estate (NRE) in Bloemfontein.

Contact NRE on 051-405-9914 or on 079-824-0064 or visit

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