Many security estates lean towards densification but Chapman’s Bay bucks this trend by spreading 145 units across the sprawling estate.
Overlooking Noordhoek Valley and featuring breathtaking, panoramic mountain and ocean views, Chapman’s Bay Estate, epitomises ecofriendly living.
The 45-hectare estate, marketed exclusively by Greeff Christie’s International Real Estate, has Table Mountain Nature Reserve as a backdrop.
“The quality of the homes not only maximises luxury and space but encourages environmentally friendly living, which is something we are extremely proud to put our name to,” says chief executive Mike Greeff.
Many security estates lean towards densification but Chapman’s Bay bucks this trend by spreading 145 units across the sprawling estate. Units include townhouses and free-standing homes with two, three or four bedrooms. Only one-fifth of stock is still available, in the estate, which is expected to be 80% complete by the end of the year.
While plans have been drawn up for each of the plot types, purchasers can use an architect of their own choosing to design their home, provided the design is in keeping with the estate’s guidelines. Care was taken to work with the natural mountain contours to create spaces which promise maximum privacy and minimum wind.
Bruce Durham of Greeff Christie’s International Real Estate says it is a good time to invest in the estate. “The values have already grown over the past four years and entry level to the estate is now R5.535 million, including VAT, and no transfer duty for a brand-new three to four bedroom home.”
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