The demand for secure living in Somerset West is on the rise, with properties on estates accounting for more than a quarter of all residential sales here in the past 12 months, according to Lightstone data.
Offering only four bespoke homes, the soon-to-be-developed 22 on Mountain meets this need with an upmarket security estate offering a neighbourhood lifestyle. Listed for R3.995million, the three-bedroom homes will emphasise views of the nearby mountains.
An independently controlled access point provides peace of mind. Residents will be able to enjoy the benefits of communal living within a tranquil and safe environment, say Pam Golding Properties agents for the area, Leigh-Ann Ogilvie and Thea Albertyn.
The project is managed by Phase Three Property Development. Buyers will have the opportunity to use in-house designers to create a customised look for each home. Mabel Botha-Louw and Edelweiss Hankey, Pam Golding Properties agents for Somerset West, say the homes will be energy and water-efficient. Each erf is about 500m² in size.
The estate offers easy accessibility to top schools and nearby shopping centres. “This estate will appeal to discerning buyers who are looking for personalised homes without sacrificing security,” says Ogilvie.