New phase of Evergreen Broadacres launched

Leading national retirement lifestyle brand, Evergreen Lifestyles, has recently launched the third phase of sought-after Gauteng-based village Evergreen Broadacres, as the market continues to respond to opportunities for affordably priced luxury retirement housing.

This well-established ‘town-meets-country’ estate, located within a 2-hectare green belt, provides retirement living at its best. Along with close proximity to local shopping and malls, private hospitals, transport and cultural amenities, Evergreen’s integrated approach to healthcare also caters for changing needs within a continuing-care community – providing the ability to relax in the knowledge that, should you need it, help is at always at hand.

Phase three sees spacious and pet-friendly homes now available in a choice of beautiful finishes and layouts, all offering more than you can imagine at much less than you’d expect. One-bedroom garden cottages are priced from R800 000; whilst two- and three-bedroom homes range from R1 750 000 to R2 900 000.

The Evergreen Broadacres lifestyle centre includes a bistro, TV and open plan lounge, bar and entertainment area - plus a heated pool, modern gym and fully equipped healthcare centre. Security and convenience have been taken into account in every step of the planning of the estate, with emphasis on fostering sustained independence and active community involvement, alongside personal safety and peace of mind.

Homes within the estate are offered on a Life Right basis, one of the most widely practiced and requested retirement purchase schemes worldwide. This means residents enjoy similar privileges to the homes being purchased by sectional title or freehold, only that the developer remains the sole owner of each unit and carries the responsibility of rates, maintenance and the upkeep of the village and its facilities.

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