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Very last stands at Goose Valley go on sale

The Goose Valley Golf Estate, with its Gary Player signature course, is one of the most sought-after addresses on the Cape’s famous Garden Route, and a favourite choice for both local and overseas property investors.


An architect’s impression of the style of home to be built in Lynnwood Estate, the final development in the Goose Valley Golf Estate in Plettenberg Bay.
 
And now the last parcel of land suitable for development within this estate has finally been released to the market, giving buyers the opportunity to acquire one of just 22 large stands on which to build the home of their dreams. 
 
Situated in beautiful Plettenberg Bay, Goose Valley is a longstanding and highly successful estate that already encompasses three fully-fledged residential developments around the golf course, including a 272-unit sectional title scheme and the Turtle Creek and Fairway Close freehold housing developments.
 
“There are, however, always enquiries about stands here as well as built homes,” says John Fuller of marketing agency Chas Everitt International, “and we are very proud to have been given the exclusive mandate to market the stands in Lynnwood Estate, which will no doubt be the final development to take place in Goose Valley.”
 
These stands range in size from 1278sqm to 1583sqm and are priced from R1,1m to R1,3m, VAT inclusive. Home design guidelines and advice are being provided by controlling architects Starkey Olivier, who are also the estate architects at Simola and Pezula in Knysna and at The Links in St Francis Bay.
 
The land just released for Lynnwood Estate, Fuller notes, is situated right in the middle of the golf course, and in deference to its environmental sensitivity, 40% of it will be retained as green belt areas, which will add to the space and privacy that the residents will enjoy.
 
They will, however, have access to Goose Valley’s full range of sporting and leisure facilities and the benefit of its excellent security provisions. Membership of the Goose Valley Golf Club will be available and there are also golf practice facilities, tennis and squash courts, walking/jogging and cycling trails, and swimming, boating and fishing facilities. The clubhouse has a pro-shop and a restaurant, and the estate is only about 2km from the centre of Plettenberg Bay and the Market Square shopping mall.
 
The security provisions include electrified perimeter fencing with embedded underground steel grids, infrared and thermal imaging cameras every 80m, a guarded entrance with security control room, and 24-hour foot and motor security patrols.
 
“But above all,” says Fuller, “investors in Lynnwood Estate will enjoy a substantial advantage in that they are buying within a proven, highly successful and desirable estate without any of the normal risks associated with such new developments. And, because Goose Valley is also without doubt Plett’s most popular holiday destination, those who wish to will also be able to derive an excellent income from their properties.”


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