Mzuri Estate in Somerset West is one of the last properties with uncluttered views over False Bay and offers potential buyers an innovative option when purchasing real estate in this luxury residential estate development. Buyers will be able to acquire a freestanding home or townhouse with pre-approved architectural designs to expand their properties at a later stage.
Designed by prominent design firms MB Architects & TC Design, the development offers numerous options in terms of individual needs as well as affordability. This includes 68 single-residential homes, 32 townhouses and 136 apartments. Buyers can opt for the classic 2-bedroom design with various options for an extension thereof to fit their lifestyle or economic circumstances.
According to lead project manager Alister Human from Lazercor Developments, these flexible design options will allow buyers to grow into their homes. “This is an innovative concept for the local real estate industry, which takes into account the changing requirements of first-time home owners or growing families. This gives potential buyers the opportunity to purchase real estate within the exclusive environment of the sought-after Somerset West area. This is a rare opportunity both in terms of investment and value-added proposition,” mentions Human.
The classic off-plan designs for both the two-bedroom houses and townhouses offer the options to extend carports to garages, to create extra and creative entry points or to add additional bedrooms to the properties. These design plans are included in the initial purchase price and have been pre-approved, which makes future expansions virtually hassle-free. Selling prices starting from R1 195 000 for apartments, R1 895 000 for townhouses and R2 395 000 for freestanding homes adding to the appeal of this residential development in the popular Helderberg area of the Western Cape.
A modern and contemporary architectural language flows through the entire development to maximize north-facing orientations and to capitalize on the view opportunities towards False Bay. Orientating terraces and patios to the north will allow residents to take full advantage of the sun, while offering protection from the southeasterly winds in summer.
For architects Jon Mitchell of M B Architects & Matt Salvensen of T C Design some of the key challenges were to create a sense of space and privacy, while creating an interesting and secure environment with great outdoor lifestyle opportunities. “The development aims to create a great sense of community and social cohesion with communal areas such as a clubhouse, gym, swimming pools, meeting areas, braai facilities as well as running and cycling tracks,” explains Mitchell.
The three-bedroom signature show house unit will be completed in September 2019 and will showcase the high quality, contemporary lifestyle product that future residents can expect from the developers.
For more information, visit www.mzuri.co.za, contact our on-site sales office on (021) 833 5550 or mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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