04 Sep 2009
Phase two of an eight phase security village in Kuilsriver is about to be launched.
This will consist of 423 residential homes of similar size and design to the 538 built so far – of which nine still remain to be sold.
As before, the homes in Bardale Village
will be in a Cape Dutch style with flat roofs, parapet walls and attractive curved gables complemented by pale ochre façades.
The units available range from R383,990 for a two-bedroom unit (58sqm) to R524,990 for a four-bedroom unit (112sqm).
Michael Bauer, the managing director of the estate agents
IHPC (Pty) Ltd, said each phase of the village is encircled by its own electrified fencing and has CCTV cameras at critical points. Each phase, too, will have its own Homeowners' Association responsible, among other things, for security and every house will also have its own burglar alarm. All communal areas are landscaped and some 2,000 trees will eventually be planted across the 90 ha estate.
The communal facilities will include two shopping centres, commercial and medical centres, as well as two primary and two high schools. The developer has been in talks with the Department of Education and they are hopeful that they will be given the go-ahead on a public private partnership proposal aimed at greatly speeding up the construction of the schools.
Taxi ranks and bus stops for travelling in all directions are close at hand.
For more information contact Michael Bauer on 083 255 4442 or click here
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