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Local market endorses Eye of Africa’s vision as the jewel of the south

The exceptional interest in the newly launched apartment development, The Village at Eye of Africa Golf and Residential Estate, has seen 80% of the first apartment block sold at the launch of Phase I.



In response to the strong market demand, the developers introduced Phase II in the opening week with the sale of an additional 35 units, fast-tracking the release of the second phase of which there are 130 units starting from R1 455 000 for a two-bedroomed apartment.
 
The development offers both two-bedroom and three-bedroom options, with 83m² and 139m² of living space respectively, spread over two storeys. The Village comprises 12 apartment blocks, with eight apartments in each block. With prices for the apartments starting at R1 395 million, The Village is an inviting option for first-time purchasers.
 
The developer of Eye of Africa, David Nagle commented, “Based on the pent-up demand generated during our launch of The Village, we had not anticipated the response with R160 million in sales over the opening week alone while the market is in recession, however the uptake reveals just how strong market appetite is for this type of property within this price range in a secure, lifestyle estate. With the launch of The Village, Eye of Africa is perfectly poised to offer something for everyone in the marketplace.”


 
On the back of this recent development launch, only last week, The Eye of Africa Golf and Residential Estate was listed as one of South Africa’s top 10 golf estates in AfrAsia Bank and New World Wealth’s latest report.
 
Together, these two milestones cement the development’s reputation as the jewel of the south.
 
New investors can also see the many lifestyle amenities available upfront on offer to homeowners over and above the magnificent, signature Greg-Norman design 18-hole championship golf course. These include tennis courts, a basketball court, a fully-equipped gym, new golf practice facility, restaurants, convenience store, resort pool and ice-cream parlour, having all of one’s lifestyle needs met in one beautiful setting.


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