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New Development in Marine Island Hartbeespoort Dam

Category SA Property Market

Mountain views, modern homes and relaxed country living in a secure family environment – buyers can have it all at the new Marine Island development in The Islands luxury lifestyle estate on the southern shores of the Hartbeespoort Dam.   
   
Currently being marketed off-plan, the development is comprised of contemporary sectional title homes that have been carefully designed to maximize views over fresh-water canals towards the Magaliesberg mountains, according to Chas Everitt area specialist Iris Venter.
   
They offer three ensuite bedrooms and open-plan kitchen/ dining/ living areas leading out to covered entertainment patios and decks with swimming pools. They also have separate sculleries, guest facilities, heat pump geysers, built-in braais, single garages and boat sheds.
    
Prices range from R2,95m including VAT, to just under R3,3m including VAT for homes on the canal front with their own boat jetties. There is no transfer duty payable but buyers need a R30 000 deposit to secure a unit.
  
Owners of the Marine Island homes will also have full access to all the attractions of The Islands estate, which has 6km of crystal-clear navigable waterways and is one of the most sought-after estates in the Hartbeespoort Dam area, Venter says.
   
The estate also has a 420sqm clubhouse with function facilities, a pool and waterfront access, as well as several safe walking trails, a multifunctional sports oval and terraced amphitheatre as well as a nine-hole mashie golf course, two tennis courts and a chess garden.
   
Nearby shopping facilities include the Village Mall, Sediba Plaza and the Mountain Lake Shopping Centre, and for families who would like to make The Islands their permanent home, the prestigious Pecanwood College is close by on the adjacent Pecanwood Estate.


Issued by Chas Everitt International
For more information, contact
Iris Venter on 082 486 8479
Or visit www.chaseveritt.co.za

Author: Barry Davies

Submitted 04 Feb 16 / Views 2348