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The Edge’s location offers residents a 300m walk to the beach for ocean lovers, young families, surfers and kite-boarders.

The newly launched The Edge at Lagoon Beach has carved a niche for northern suburb and West Coast residents who want to get closer to the city and reduce traffic time while maintaining a more spacious lifestyle.

It will also appeal to Woodstock or city dwellers who want more “leg room” and sea air.

On the edge of the city and edge of the sea, the development offers investors and homeowners a double-edged proposition, but drops in at a good value starting price of R1.35 million.

The developer, Combined Developers, are leaders in the area, and sales agents Willbridge Property Company have just completed a 47-unit sell-out of Robert Silke’s new Tuynhuys development on Keerom Street.

The Edge’s location offers residents a 300m walk to the beach for ocean lovers, young families, surfers and kite-boarders.

At the same time The Edge lies close to the city and Century City, which are connected by Marine Drive, the MyCiTi BRT transport system and bicycle lanes. 
As a live-work-play environment, office workers could shop and work, then walk next door to home.

Combined Developers’ Viv Delbridge says: “It has been designed with ‘UX’ in mind.

“User experience is a term usually saved for technology, but these days homeowners want a designer and developer to think about the entire journey.

“This would go from arriving home to parking, unpacking and stepping into their unit.

“The facilities need to be beautiful, stylish and intelligent and offer the things we need in this age.

This would be from security to technology, storage for sporting goods, as well as being water-wise, eco-friendly and energy efficient.”

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