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Evergreen retirement apartments see sales success

A total of 51 of the 57 luxury apartment units at the upmarket Southern Suburbs retirement lifestyle village, Evergreen Diep River, have been sold within an 18-month timeframe since the development launched says Evergreen National Sales Manager, Phil Wilson.



Lock-up-and-go 1-bedroom apartments in this attractive ‘apartment only’ village are available from R600 000, with sought-after large 2-bedroom apartments also available from R1 650 000, all offering immediate occupation.

Evergreen Diep River apartments include balconies with mountain views, whilst other facilities include a popular bistro, TV and open plan lounge, bar, library and large entertainment areas. All this plus an indoor heated pool, well-equipped gym and nurses’ station. The sought-after complex is also fully secure, with underground parking and manned security, which includes 24-hour patrols providing total peace of mind.



“Phase 1 of our coastal estate, Evergreen Muizenberg, which comprises homes and cottages, with ample car-parking space and private gardens, is completely sold out,” continues Wilson. “Phase 2 now introduces a wide selection of stylish studios, one- and two-bedroom lock-up-and-go apartments, now available from R500 000. These are selling fast!”

Evergreen Lifestyles retirement villages, situated throughout the country, offer a variety of homes, cottages and now apartments – all catering to a range of tastes and preferences, and offering the benefit of numerous lifestyle facilities.


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