Asrin's Royale on Main development set to sell out

Asrin Property Developers’ luxury apartment development in Tokai is sure to sell out quickly because of its central location and very competitive pricing, says Asrin’s marketing executive Rehana Moosa. 

To date, 30% of the 24 units have been sold, without any formal marketing having taken place.  This can possibly be attributed to the fact that there is little to no comparable new properties available in this price bracket in Tokai at present, says Moosa.
There are one and two bedroom units on offer at Royale on Main in a five storey building. These are priced from R1 699 000 to R1 799 000, inclusive of VAT and transfer duty. 
The sizes of apartments range from 72m2 to 79m2 and there is secure undercover parking within the building. 
Security is good at Royale on Main, with full perimeter electric fencing. There will be strict access control, with a reception area at the main entrance of the building, as well as a controlled vehicle entrance and exit point. The future body corporate will be able to decide whether they would like these areas manned or not, as facilities have been allowed for either.
The finishes in all the apartments will be of a superior quality, with Caesarstone countertops; Smeg stainless steel ovens, hobs and extractor hoods; porcelain tiles as well as being DStv and Wi-Fi enabled (with a fibre optic connection). 
There are stunning views of the Constantiaberg from all the apartments - particularly from the well thought out rooftop entertainment area, which will have a swimming pool and braai area.

Tokai has always had many offerings for residents to enjoy, such as its numerous hiking, cycling or riding trails, added to the world-class golf courses nearby and the sports facilities in Constantia. 
There are many well-known, excellent schools in close proximity, some of which are located within a five minute drive from this development. There is easy access to the M3 and M5 highways and many retail centres nearby, which ensures this central location is sure to be beneficial to many.
All age groups are able to enjoy living at Royale on Main, from the young professional to young couples with children, or those wanting to downscale while being just a stone’s throw from many conveniences and amenities, says Moosa.

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