Apartments are priced from R1.314 million for a ground floor home and R1.145m for others.
NW apartments are still available in the Fountain Views development, situated on one of the few remaining tracts of land within the Brackenfell area. In the first week alone, 25 of the 61 two-bedroom units were sold, says Alexander Swart Property director Rowan Alexander.
According to Divan Botha and Jaco Rabie of property management company Brick ‘n Board, Fountain Views offers what today’s buyers really want, such as affordable, lock-up-and-go apartments within reasonable commuting distance of Cape Town’s CBD, Bellville, Tyger Waterfront, Century City, Durbanville, Stellenbosch and Paarl.
The apartments have been developed in two-storey and three-storey blocks facing east, west and north, and all will have 60m² of floor area. Those above ground level will have their own covered balconies, large enough for al fresco dining, Alexander says.
“The ground floor apartments will be linked to ‘exclusive-use’ gardens separated from each other by 1.2m high brick walls.” A total of 42 apartments (including all ground floor apartments) has their own garages and a parking bay.
However, the most remarkable feature of this project, says Alexander, is its pricing. Apartments are priced from R1.314 million for a ground floor home and R1.145m for others.