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Rapid uptake sees launch of phase two at Stadsig Private Estate in Wellington

Such has been the rapid response to the launch of the first phase of homes in Stadsig Private Estate in picturesque Wellington in the Boland region of the Western Cape, that phase two has been brought to market ahead of schedule, says Louise Varga, Pam Golding Properties’ manager for the development.

“Set on the town’s urban edge and well-priced from R745 000 including VAT, this secure new residential development has been extremely well received by the marketplace. In fact phase one, which originally comprised 22 homes, was extended to 33 units due to the quick uptake of these attractive freestanding, full-title homes designed in contemporary Cape Vernacular architecture.”



Says Surina du Toit, Pam Golding Properties area manager in Wellington, Paarl and Franschhoek: “Now the second phase is selling, comprising 14 homes priced from R882 000 to R1.298 million, ranging in size from 73sqm to 115sqm and set on erven of approximately 300sqm. Buyers can choose from nine different house types, both single- and double-storey and incorporating two to three bedrooms plus study.

“With phase two now brought to market and further sales transactions continuing apace, services are being installed and a show house unit is well under construction.”

Du Toit says apart from the value on offer – as brand new homes include a private, enclosed back garden and a selection of quality finishes and fittings – buyers are drawn by the idyllic setting amid rolling farmland, situated within easy reach of the town of Wellington and all its amenities.

Pam Golding Properties Wellington agents Erika Odendaal and Lynette Kannemeyer say the development offers the ultimate in a small town country lifestyle, while still located close to Cape Town, Northern Suburbs and Paarl, with good schools, shopping and other facilities highly accessible. “What could be more appealing than enjoying all this while living next to a farm in prime location at the foot of the world-famous Bain’s Kloof Pass, with spectacular mountain views?” asks Odendaal.



Purchasers in Stadsig Private Estate are a healthy mix of first-time buyers, investors and those scaling down, being mainly from Wellington as well as Cape Town’s Northern Suburbs, Paarl and a handful from Gauteng. “Because of the unique small town lifestyle in such appealing surrounds we find that home buyers here are prepared to travel to work in these areas. With controlled access, this will be a modern, carefree environment, making Stadsig the ideal place to raise a family, retire or simply enjoy a better quality of life,” says Kannemeyer.

Ultimately, Stadsig will comprise a total of 161 units rolled out in phases, all set on beautifully landscaped grounds. The project is by Bommelstein Development and the builder is Everson Construction.

Adds Odendaal: “With a huge shortage of homes in Wellington in the price bracket below R1.5 million – including stock in residential developments, we anticipate the uptake in Stadsig Private Estate to continue in line with high market demand.”


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