Le Parc Residential Estate in Paarl releases next set of 30 designer homes

Le Parc Residential Estate in Paarl releases next set of 30 designer homes

The gatehouse at Le Parc Residential Estate in Paarl, where phase three has just been launched with 30 two-, three- and four-bedroom turn-key built homes.

Le Parc Residential Estate in Paarl has sold R100 million worth of property in its first 10 months, and its first residents have taken ownership of their homes.

The developers have now launched phase three of Le Parc’s designer homes, says Martin van Rooyen of Le Parc Residential Estate.

“This phase offers 30 two-, three- and four-bedroom turn-key built homes designed by Malherbe Rust Architects, with a choice of several home styles that include adjustments and slight improvements to what were already highly attractive designs. These homes are priced from R1.895 million with no transfer duty payable, and represent exceptional value for money for the Paarl area – especially given the high-quality finishes, facilities and lifestyle aspects on offer at Le Parc.”

The different home styles include single and double storey options, with total home sizes ranging from 104 m2 to 202 m2. The single storey homes have two, three or four bedrooms and two or three bathrooms, whereas the two storey homes have three bedrooms and two bathrooms. All homes have either single or double garages.

Two finishing moods for the interior design have been created by Niche Bespoke Interiors: Modern Contemporary (light, crisp, neutral tones and white) and Modern French (classic light and dark finishes). Fixtures include Hansgrohe taps and Geberit wall-hung toilets, and the kitchens have Italian-designed Smeg 90 cm wide freestanding ovens with integrated extractors and engineered stone countertops. Each home includes laminate and large-format tile flooring, LED lighting, and fibre-to-home connectivity, as well as a grey water system. Rainwater harvesting measures are also available as an option that is sure to prove popular.

Van Rooyen says buyers can expect the unexpected when visiting Le Parc: “Nothing currently on offer in this segment in Paarl is quite like this, and for this reason we have attracted a diverse set of buyers – from couples, young families and more mature families, to people wanting to downscale and even investors who recognise the future prospects of excellent capital gains.”

Recreational features at Le Parc include Le Grande Park, a large central park with a multisport grassed oval, a children’s skate park and a pump track, an outdoor gym, a tennis court, and children’s play equipment. There is also a 4 km cycling and jogging track, additional pocket parks, and Le Petit Ami, the on-site nursery school for up to 150 children. A variety of olive groves, vineyards and orchards will be established throughout the estate.