Final 14 apartments at Waterford Place in Sitari Country Estate now ready

Final 14 apartments at Waterford Place in Sitari Country Estate now ready

Waterford Place luxury apartments in Sitari Country Estate are ready for occupation.

More than 900 units worth just over R1.2 billion have been sold at Sitari Country Estate near Somerset West within the past 53 months, says Claudius Combrinck, Executive Director of Uvest Property Sales.

“Sitari’s latest offering of luxury apartments in Waterford Place, designed by BPAS Architecture, is set for completion in February 2019, with transfer taking place soon after. The apartments are move-in ready and available for viewing. I have no doubt that Waterford Place will be sold out quickly as only 14 of the 55 luxury apartments are still available.”

The final 14 available apartments include three units with two bedrooms and one bathroom, six units with two bedrooms and two bathrooms, and five units with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Prices range from R1 486 million including transfer duty.

“Also available are four units that have just been released by the developer, priced from R1.695m, which are some of the best positioned in Waterford Place,” says Combrinck.

All units have two parking bays and have extensive patios or balconies with built-in braais, while corner units have extended patios and balconies.

“Waterford Place has a northern aspect, flanking one of the landscaped corridors that are a feature of this estate and on the 14 km bike and jogging path, which will allow residents to enjoy walks or bike rides. It is also within easy reach of the 2.2 km Orchard Lane, which will feature vineyards and orchards with produce including olives, limes, lemons, oranges, figs, pomegranates and pears.

Interior specifications include designer kitchens with engineered stone countertops, ovens, hobs and extractors, Grohe sanitaryware, large walk-in glass-walled showers, and various flooring options including luxurious vinyl flooring, and imported large-format porcelain tiles. Other features include solar geysers, LED downlights, and landscaped gardens for ground-floor units.

Combrinck says the next offering of apartments in Sitari is set to be released mid-year, by which time building and related costs will have had to increase.