Bespoke Constantia estate meets the demands of modern homeowners

Bespoke Constantia estate meets the demands of modern homeowners

Artist’s impression of homes at 26 on Brommaert in Constantia.

Buyers are wanting to invest in developments that offer cutting-edge security and well-designed homes with modern technology that includes energy efficient features, says Laurie Wener, Pam Golding Properties senior executive developments, Cape region.

The 26 on Brommaert development, being launched by developer Mike Fenner-Solomon of Latitude with business partners Craig Robertson and Byron Nichols of Oakhurst Property Group, is designed to meet this demand.

The low-density estate consists of 11 homes, of which 10 will be available to buy, priced from R10.5 million including VAT. The development is expected to be ready for occupation by April 2018.

“All homes will have fibre connectivity, high-specification finishes and state-of-the-art security. Indigenous hedges and low picket fences between the properties create a sense of privacy without detracting from views or the neighbourhood ambience,” says Fenner-Solomon.

The properties range in size from 675m2 to 800m2. Features include high ceilings and double-glazed windows, wraparound patios with an engineered-stone finish. Exterior cladding in grey and white adds a contemporary touch.

Residents will have borehole water and greywater harvesting systems to ensure their properties remain water wise. Kitchens will include features such as soft-close door and drawer fittings, engineered stone worktops and integrated recycling bins.

The wired network to each room, as well as the 100MB fibre line and HD TV/DSTV network, will be installed during construction, so no further connections will be needed when residents move in.

The entire development is protected by electric fencing and security beams, and there is one access-controlled entrance.