New development to launch in sought-after Mooikloof, Pretoria

Next month will see the launch of Phase One of Mooikloof Country Residences, which will consist of 250 freehold homes and be situated just off Garsfontein Road in the heart of Pretoria East’s most sought-after suburb of Mooikloof.

Gable Style Exterior

This secure estate will be developed by Richprop, financed by Nedbank and constructed by Murray&Roberts. It proudly claims to be the first of its kind in South Africa for two reasons: it offers buyers an all inclusive packaged freehold development that comes complete with appliances and it will be the first freehold development in the country to provide reticulated gas to service the hob, water heating system and built-in braais.

In addition, Mooikloof Country Residences boasts energy efficient features including LED lighting and emergency lighting battery backup systems in every home as well as gas stoves and gas water heating solutions.

The development is well located close to a range of amenities and major road networks. But more importantly from an investment perspective, it has a good address. Paul Hailwood, CEO of Richprop, says that everyone knows how important location is when it comes to purchasing a property. “Mooikloof Country Residences provides buyers with the right address in an upmarket area that’s in demand. This makes it a prime investment opportunity for those looking to start or add to their buy-to-let portfolio, or for family buyers looking for a safe, secure and tranquil country lifestyle just minutes away from business and social hubs.”

The well designed three-bedroom, two-bathroom homes at Mooikloof Country Residences are available in Traditional, Country or Gable architectural styles, with options for single or double-storey configurations.

The homes come complete with private gardens and lock-up garages which provide direct access into the home. The single-storey homes feature a covered patio for idyllic outdoor entertaining while the double-story options offer a large open balcony as well as a covered patio.

Offering real value-for-money, the homes at Mooikloof Country Residences will all be equipped with a number of extras such as a built-in gas braai, a tumble dryer, gas hob, fridge, dishwasher, washing machine and microwave oven.

Each home will also have access to a cutting edge fibre optic network for high speed internet connection as well as for fixed line calls as a telephone handset and pre-allocated line will be installed in each home. The wall mounted, flat screen televisions which come as a standard fixture in each home, will also be hooked up to the fibre optic system and therefore require no antennas and or dishes, all the buyer needs to do is plug and play.

Mooikloof Country Residences also boasts a number of communal facilities including family friendly park areas and a clubhouse with tennis courts and a swimming pool. The estate will also be pet friendly.

Designed to enhance family lifestyles and offer peace of mind, Mooikloof Country Residences provides its residents with 24-hour, access-controlled security.

Hailwood concludes by saying that priced from R1.85 million, Mooikloof Country Residences offers investors an excellent, affordable opportunity to own a three-bedroom freehold property in the sought-after Pretoria East precinct.

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