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New estate redefines luxury living

The French ambience of Montmarte, including fine views, is what buyers will find at the luxury Vue De La Ville Lifestyle Estate in the upmarket Baronetcy suburb of Plattekloof.
 
“Offering stylish living in full title houses, sectional title apartments and special assisted-living units, this development will provide residents with the opportunity to live an independent lifestyle but also to use the care facilities as and when required,” says Marie van Rooyen of leading development marketer Nationlink Plattekloof.
 
‘This is a unique idea, as there is no age limitation on either buyers or residents, and every amenity available to guarantee owners of all ages a luxury lifestyle, including:
A wellness centre with steam room, heated indoor swimming pool, massage room and gymnasium;
A lavishly furnished and air-conditioned main centre with lounge, bar, snooker room, conference facilities and restaurant with a spacious balcony providing spectacular views of Table Mountain;
A 15-bed health care facility with a medical wing to provide frail care with a guaranteed 24/7 service.   
 
Situated on the slopes of the Tygerberg and adjacent to the historic De Grendel Wine Estate, Vue De La Ville also offers easy access to all major routes to and from Cape Town, and is also close to a regional shopping centre.
 
Van Rooyen says the estate represents an excellent investment opportunity for both local and international buyers. 
 
There will be 28 full title houses of exceptional quality, each with its own elevator. Great city views and luscious landscaped gardens will be standard, as will satellite dishes equipped for standard and HD TV reception, remote-controlled garage doors and monitor intercom front door locking systems.
 
In addition, Vue de la Ville will offer 20 sectional title apartments and 10 assisted-living units. There will be a parking garage with remote-controlled main gate and optional storage facilities for residents of the main building, who will share a satellite dish also equipped for standard and HD TV reception.
 
Each unit will have access to the PABX communication system enabling residents to contact the security gate, the restaurant and the medical wing, and enabling free internal calls to each resident within the estate.
 
Van Rooyen also says security is a high priority. An intrusion detection boundary wall with electrified fencing and camera surveillance will surround the estate, and will be complemented by access control through a manned and monitored entrance gate.
 
“Highest quality exterior finishes will ensure minimal maintenance and reduced levies, and prospective buyers are welcome to visit our showroom at the Plattekloof Spar Centre to view a display of the planned fixtures and fittings.”
 
 
Issued by Marelize van Rooyen
Nationlink Plattekloof


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