Steyn City ready to roll out Phase II

Following the phenomenal success of Steyn City’s first phase, the lifestyle resort has released the first Phase II stands this month.

A total of 53 new stands are to be made available to the public in this first part of Phase II rollout.  These new stands complement the magnificent erven already released in Phase I of the Lifestyle Resort with half of the stands boasting immaculate golf course frontage.

With erven sizes ranging from 1 000 to 3 000 square meters, and prices pegged between R3,6 and R12 million, stands are sure to appeal to prospective buyers with different needs; from those seeking to create an outdoors-oriented lifestyle for their families on a secure lifestyle resort with an enormous variety of amenities, to people on the lookout for an investment guaranteed to deliver solid returns.

Indeed, those buyers who recognised the potential of Phase I have already been handsomely rewarded, with property values in Steyn City worth 20 to 30 percent more than at the time of launch in March 2015.

Steyn City CEO Giuseppe Plumari reports that there were a significant number of these buyers, with 80% of all stands launched in Phase I already sold out. Added to this, all apartments in Oasis, Steyn City’s Park Ridge apartment building, have also been snapped up by eager purchasers.

Plumari attributes this massive interest to the resort’s outstanding infrastructure. But, while it’s true that amenities like an award-winning clubhouse, Nicklaus-design golf course, fine dining restaurant and deli, equestrian centre and skate park and exceptional tree planting and landscaping put Steyn City in a league of its own, what really makes the difference is the fact that these facilities have already been established. As a result, buyers are able to tour the Lifestyle Resort and gain a realistic experience of what it would be like to be able to access them while living in the unique parkland, thereby catching a glimpse of the sought after Steyn City lifestyle. This is in stark contrast to the situation on most lifestyle estates still under construction, Plumari points out, where infrastructure is yet to be built and buyers have to imagine the final product. “We find that being able to walk through our amenities gives our buyers confidence. They don’t have to wonder if what has been promised in our marketing efforts, will be delivered in reality; they’ve already had a taste of the lifestyle.”

Plumari adds that, while these top class facilities undoubtedly enhance the standard of living at Steyn City, they are ultimately about convenience. “The Steyn City lifestyle has been crafted in such a way that you never have to leave home. You’ll be able to access everything you need – from fuel to groceries – on site, in an environment that is pleasing to the eye and soothing to the soul. It’s about a lifestyle based on old-fashioned values of neighbourliness and the joy of family time.”

The rollout of Phase II means that more buyers will be able to experience this idyllic way of life for themselves.

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