Glamorous new HQ for Chas Everitt Atlantic Seaboard
Category Cape Town Property
The official unveiling this week of elegant new offices for the Chas Everitt Atlantic Seaboard franchise attests to the group’s heavyweight status in what is arguably the country’s most demanding real estate market.
Situated in a landmark building on busy Kloof Road in Sea Point, the new premises were necessitated by the franchise’s phenomenal expansion over the past 18 months, say co-principals Charl and Adél Louw, who acquired the business in 2010.
“Building a solid foundation and reputation has really paid off,” says Charl, “and business has increased to such an extent in recent months that the new office already accommodates a 12-strong stable of experienced agents, with more being recruited.
“We operate in all the glamorous suburbs located in the area stretching from the V&A Waterfront to the Twelve Apostles Hotel, including De Waterkant, Green Point, Sea Point, Fresnaye, Bantry Bay, Clifton, Camps Bay and Bakoven, and we also have a well-established rental division which manages all aspects of both long-term and holiday lets on the Atlantic Seaboard.
“And of course our service offering has also been significantly enhanced over the past two years by our group’s affiliation to Leading Real Estate Companies of the World© (LeadingRE) and membership of the global luxury real estate network Luxury Portfolio International©.”
LeadingRE is the world’s biggest grouping of premier independent property companies like Chas Everitt International, and properties listed by members of Luxury Portfolio International enjoy a worldwide audience of some 3-million affluent individuals in more than 200 countries. This is obviously an enormous benefit to top-tier sellers in areas like those on the Atlantic Seaboard.
Among the ultra-luxury homes currently listed by Chas Everitt International is an architect-designed Camps Bay stunner, for sale for R22m, which offers four spacious bedrooms and views that stretch for miles. The property includes a separate piece of land at its rear which could be subdivided for a further return on investment.
Equally impressive is a three-level “entertainer’s dream” in Fresnaye, for sale for R19,95m. Similarly boasting breathtaking sea vistas, it is situated on a corner stand and has abundant accommodation for an extended family, including three double bedroom suites and a separate one-bedroom flat.
Meanwhile, perched high up in wind-free Bantry Bay, another voluminous four-bedroom home is for sale through Chas Everitt International for R19,995m. Located on the slopes of Lion’s Head, it features a wraparound balcony, solar water heater, air-conditioning throughout, and an entertainment area with swimming pool.
Speaking at the opening of the new Atlantic Seaboard office, Chas Everitt International CEO Berry Everitt said: “Our customers have always been at the heart of this business and these premises provide a stylish yet comfortable and convenient base from which we can continue to serve them. No.-6-on-Kloof also offers a highly central, highly visible new home for this dedicated team of agents, one that has firmly established itself as a leader in this exacting and often cutthroat segment of the property market.”
Chas Everitt International Atlantic Seaboard is situated at 6 Kloof Road, Sea Point, Cape Town and the telephone contact numbers are 021 434 8755 and 082 499 4258 (Adél Louw).
Area specialists working from this office include:
• De Waterkant and Green Point - Petrick Fourie on 083 443 1929;
• Camps Bay - Jared Watney on 072 616 8853 / Devin de Moyland on 082 558 7308;
• Sea Point and Fresnaye - Manuela Morini on 083 574 7208 / Julia Lieman on 083 303 1002;
• Rentals Atlantic Seaboard manager - Colleen Ricketts 079 124 8001.
Issued by Chas Everitt International
For more information contact
Berry Everitt on 011 801-2500
Or visit www.chaseveritt.co.za
Chas Everitt International’s new Atlantic Seaboard headquarters, at 6 Kloof Road, Sea Point, Cape Town.
The stylish boardroom at the new Sea Point premises of Chas Everitt International Atlantic Seaboard.
Principals Adél and Charl Louw (adjacent to and on staircase) at the unveiling of Chas Everitt International Atlantic Seaboard’s new offices.
Unsurpassed views and an architecturally striking home are among the desirable assets of this Camps Bay property, which is for sale through Chas Everitt International for R22m. Four bedrooms are complemented by separate guest quarters, while a piece of land to the rear of the house could be subdivided for a further return on investment. For more details click here.
With abundant accommodation for friends and family, this multi-level Fresnaye home is for sale through Chas Everitt International for R19,95m. Upstairs, two of the three double bedrooms have balconies with sea and mountain views, while a separate lower-level flat comprises a bedroom suite, living room and study. For more details click here.
Situated in a coveted position on the slopes of Lion’s Head, this contemporary Bantry Bay home is for sale through Chas Everitt International for R19,995m. It features four bedrooms, each with a sea, mountain or city view, three bathrooms, a spacious entertainment area with swimming pool, and a front and back garden. For more details click here.
Author: Jocelyn Warrington