Chapman's Bay Estate offers excellent plot and plan value
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Chapman's Bay Estate has built a name for itself throughout the South Peninsula for being a unique low-density lifestyle eco-estate. Marketed exclusively by Greeff Christie's International Real Estate, the estate, in the heart of Noordhoek has sold close to 80 percent of its plots with a 57 percent completion rate of properties built.
The luxury, eco-estate has been meticulously designed to minimise ecological impact and create a symbiosis between nature and the development. The 45-hectare estate offers buyers the best of the ocean, mountains as well as landscape that is a celebration of the Cape's indigenous fynbos.
Simon Raab Director of Greeff Christie's International Real Estate says, "We are very proud to be associated with Chapman's Bay Estate as it is an excellent example of responsible development. The utmost care has been taken to maintain the natural beauty of the land and optimise the layout of the property to take in the magnificent views. Buying into this development, more especially the opportunity for plots, makes perfect sense no matter what type of investor you are."
Chapman's Bay Estate is the perfect opportunity for individuals to own property that offers the ideal blend of seclusion and ease of access to the City. This world-class development also gives buyers unrivalled views of the breath-taking Table Mountain Nature Reserve.
Buyers are also in the unique and fortunate position of having some of the best plots still available. Homeowners are free to choose from plots ranging in size from 700m² to 710m² and ranging in price from R1 495 000 to R2 700 000.
The developer has commissioned architects Lennard and Lennard and Craft of Architecture to design plans for a number of these plots with the brief to maximise the natural light, contours and established vegetation of each unique plot. The great benefit of this is that these plans have been commissioned at the developer's rate which translates to a significant saving for anyone buying one of the plans in question as the standard architectural rate will cost approximately 2.5 times more. Paired with the monetary saving, is the added bonus that buyers can begin breaking ground on construction almost immediately post purchase and still make changes without halting the construction process. The approval process for this usually takes between 4 to 6 months to finalise.
Chapman's Bay Estate not only encapsulates space and luxury but also places safety and security as a top priority. The estate has complete access control with on-site security and state-of-the-art technology incorporated into the design. The development offers a secure lifestyle in the midst of beautiful surroundings and is envisioned as a place where children are safe and can wander the estate freely and experience what it feels like to be part of a community.
The development has attracted buyers from Cape Town, and from across South Africa, as well as foreign buyers.