The final phases of La Récolte Retirement Village in Stellenberg, in the northern suburbs of Cape Town, have been launched.
Block C will include a state-ofthe-art care centre along, with 48 assisted living suites, which offer a combination of studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom units, ranging between 20m² and 60m², while Block D will offer 42 independent living units.
These units will vary between 60m² and 96m². In addition to beautiful mountain views, the village’s clubhouse, under construction, will include a recreational dining room, ladies bar, beauty salon, braai facilities, exercise studio and a lounge with a fireplace and library, says the development group’s director, Jaco Steyn of Steyter Construction.
Situated close to Tyger Valley Shopping Centre, Willowbridge, the Durbanville winelands, the acclaimed Welgemoed golf course, hospitals and clinics, the development also offers easy access to the N1, says Jessica Kolver, property sales agent for the C4 Property Group.
She adds that Block C not only offers assisted living, but also frail care.
Each apartment boasts emergency nurse-call panic buttons; 24-hour security with CCTV cameras; electric fencing and manned access-controlled gates; DStv connectivity; fibre internet; optional homecare nursing; landscaped gardens, laundry facilities and affordable, stable levies.
Voice-over internet protocol telephone enables residents to contact one another and the relevant services on site, free of charge. Homes in Block C, with its assisted living suites, will sell for between R995 000 and R1.495 million.