Crestone Hills is new and secure

THE Crestone Hills Complex in Lilyvale, Bloemfontein. Photo: Supplied
THE Crestone Hills Complex in Lilyvale, Bloemfontein. Photo: Supplied

CRESTONE HILLS in Lilyvale, Bloemfontein, is the place to be.

Lilyvale is a fairly new neighbourhood and is quickly becoming a sought-after and exclusive part of The City of Roses. It is on the way to the Botanical Gardens, so the surrounding natural area is in itself very attractive.

What makes Crestone Hills even more attractive is the fact that it is an established security complex and all building and construction work has been finished a long time ago. This means that you buy a beautiful unit in an established, highly regarded and reputable security complex.

The uniquely, modernised and stylish architecturally designed, eye-catching units are decorated with tiles, cupboards, light fittings and granite tops that are of premier quality.

The three bedroomed and three bathroomed units have double wooden remote controlled garage doors, a well-designed build-in braai and garden area, an open plan kitchen and living space and to finish it off, a staircase with a modern touch, classy paint choices as well as modern cornices. There is a communal play area for children and extra parking space for visitors.

The best part of Crestone Hills is the view from the top floors Z each unit has a magnificent view!

In close vicinity to Crestone Hills are popular malls and shopping centres. Preller Square, Northridge Mall and Bayswater Village are in reach with a 5-10 min. drive.

Northridge Mall contains popular restaurants, a movie theatre which is being upgraded and a Mr Video. Also in Northridge Mall you will find shops like PEP, Truworths, Dischem, Reggies, Mr Price, Ackermans and Tekkie Town. The mall also boasts of excellent restaurants like Cape Town Fish Market, Wimpy and Beef and Reef.

Within reach, at Bayswater shopping centre, you will find a Spar, hairdresser, CNA, bottle store, Clicks and a Crazy Cow DVD shop. Opposite the centre is a branch of the South African Police Services.

At Preller Square and Preller Plain you will find an Engen garage, several banking branches like Absa and FNB, a big Woolies Food Market, a Pick n Pay and a branch of the Post Office. Lilyvale is also situated near schools such as Brebner and Sentraal High School and the area is filled with day care centres.

The popular lock-up-and-go trend and change in lifestyle is one of the main reasons why Real Estate buyers are choosing to buy a house in a security complex rather than choose to live in an ordinary open neighbourhood. South Africa has a very high crime rate, therefore more and more people living in city areas opt to buy a house in a security complex like Crestone Hills.

Crestone Hills is a gated community, guarded by a recognised, well known and distinguished security company. The access control at the gate is operated on a very firm basis. Detailed information of visitors, such as registration numbers, who they are visiting and why, are collected and kept.

There is an on-guard security officer at the gate, 24 hours of the day, and also another one who controls the rest of the grounds. The guard also monitors the installed CCTV system that covers the whole complex, even the playground area.

Contributing further to your safety is a boundary wall with electrical fencing.

Crestone Hills is an organised and established living area with a functional and well operated body corporate, who handles, controls, manages and makes sure that everyone complies with the rules and regulations to help with issues like security, garden services, electrical and water queries.

If you are looking to buy a new and modern townhouse, Crestone Hills is without doubt the home for you!

Contact our office and speak to Alice or Solomon at 076-391-4068, email: or view our website at, like our Facebook page, follow us on twitter @lenovaconstruct or watch our video channel on Youtube. Phone the office to make an appointment to view our developments.

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