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New Kenilworth development set to move fast

Located in dynamic and scenic Kenilworth is The Wentworth, a new development exclusively marketed by Greeff Properties.


 
The Wentworth is an ideal choice for the first-time homeowner or investor, and units are sure to move quickly as developers Newland Developments have a solid track-record for offering great quality at cost-efficient prices, while Greeff agents ensure quick, professional and personal attention to potential buyers and investors.
 
The Wentworth is set in Wessels Road, one of the most sought-after streets in the heart of the thriving Kenilworth community. Its close proximity to a range of amenities, entertainment areas and access routes make this investment a very prudent option.  
 
The Wentworth pricing starts at R 1 750 000, which is a substantial 6.1% below the year-on-year value in the Kenilworth area.
 
CEO of Greeff Properties Mike Greeff shared the following, “The launch of The Wentworth is an exciting prospect for first-time homeowner or investors as it offers all of the convenience and accessibility to live comfortably at an attractive price. With access to numerous eateries, local businesses and traffic routes, this establishment comes at an opportune time and we expect swift sales as interest in the area is at an all-time high.”
 
The development features one and two bedroom apartments as well as three 2-bedroom duplex apartments which means spaces for all tastes. The apartments have been intelligently designed to maximise the use of space as well as enhance convenience. Units are finished through the use of non-slip wood vinyl or tiled flooring, low-maintenance powder coated aluminium windows, brushed stainless steel fittings and stone countertops, all of which translate to elegant and hygienic living spaces. 


 
The trend of intelligent design continues through the inclusion of water-smart mixers, showerheads and spouts by Grohe, a kitchen that boasts appliances by Samsung and Whirlpool, an electric oven and hob as well as a slimline extractor fan. Units come pre-wired for ADSL/Fibre as well as DStv connectivity. Bedrooms are fully carpeted and complex security includes: 5-strand electric fencing, constant CCTV monitoring of common areas as well as audio intercom at the entrance station.
 
Convenience extends to the location of several popular Kenilworth schools such as Michael Oak Waldorf High and Auburn House in close proximity as well as shopping areas like Kenilworth Centre, Access Park and Cavendish Square within a few kilometres. Local eateries include Brad’s Grill, The Avenue Restaurant and Grill, Fat Harry’s and Zapata.
 
The Wentworth is expected to be completed by June 2019.


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