Gauteng home buyers a prime market for property around South Africa and abroad

Pam Golding Properties brings national and international selection of residential property to Sandton City exhibition

This luxury double-storey home in Zimbali, on the KwaZulu-Natal north coast, is one of a wide range of properties showcased at Pam Golding Properties national property exhibition in Sandton City. Priced at R32 million, this expansive four bedroom (all en suite) architectural masterpiece includes a double volume entrance hall, with Koi ponds integrated with the design throughout the home, 6m canter-levered overhangs and an over-sized gazebo.

Contributing over 30 percent of South Africa’s gross domestic product (GDP) and a key financial services hub, Gauteng is the undisputed economic powerhouse of the country.

Positioned in the leafy Avenues of sought-after Bishopscourt in Cape Town’s Southern Suburbs, this luxurious home is one of a wide range of properties showcased at Pam Golding Properties national property exhibition in Sandton City. Priced at R20 million, the imposing character double-storey home is ideal for families and entertaining with its free flowing entertainment options and generous accommodation, comprising four bedrooms and three bathrooms.

For national and international real estate group, Pam Golding Properties (PGP), the Gauteng region constitutes a prime market of both buyers and sellers. Apart from the acquisition and sale of residential properties throughout the region, the Gauteng-based population is active in purchasing property across all regions and price ranges around South Africa.

A view of the highly successful luxury Eden Island in Seychelles, where rapid progress has seen this unique development reach the final phases, with numerous well established leisure facilities and other amenities available to residents. Comprising apartments, villas and maisons, Eden Island will be showcased at Pam Golding Properties national exhibition in Sandton City.

In fact, for PGP’s KwaZulu-Natal, Eastern Cape, Garden Route, Boland and Overberg regions – after their own local, regional buyers - Gauteng buyers represent the second largest market of purchasers. Their purchase decisions emanate from either relocating for  business or for a different lifestyle, acquiring a second or leisure home or buying a home for pure investment or for retirement. Buyers and investors from Gauteng also demonstrate a sustained appetite for international property, particularly in Seychelles, Mauritius, Portugal and London.

An artist’s impression of a golf villa at Le Parc de Mont Choisy Golf and Beach Estate in Grand Baie, Mauritius. Epitomising the ultimate in ‘barefoot luxury’ and situated on the north-west peninsula in what is considered the very best location on this island paradise’s upmarket ‘Golden Mile’, this new development is showcased at the Pam Golding Properties national property exhibition in Sandton City.

This month, from 17-21 September, Pam Golding Properties brings a broad range of residential properties available for purchase – or to rent, spanning the regions around South Africa and internationally to the Gauteng market at the group’s national property exhibition at Sandton City. These incorporate all price ranges and types of property, including vacant land, starting from less than R1 million to approximately R65 million and catering for all requirements, including first time buyers. 

This luxury and contemporary five bedroom, five bathroom beach house on Keurbooms Beach in Plettenberg Bay on the Garden Route affords the closest experience of living in harmony with waves, whales and dolphins. A fusion of glass, solid wood and space with a seamless flow, this home has appeared in numerous international magazines, and is showcased at Pam Golding Properties national property exhibition in Sandton City. It is priced at R19.95 million.

An interactive 3D display area will feature over 400 properties for sale throughout Southern Africa and around the world, including Eden Island in Seychelles, Mauritius, London and Portugal, while PGP’s  team of property professionals will be on hand to offer property information and advice. Comprising six geographic ‘hubs’, the exhibit is unique in design and is constructed locally from 100 percent recycled material.

Designed by Nico van der Meulen Architects, this elegant, double-storey family home is well positioned in an exclusive estate comprising only five homes, situated in Bryanston East only 10 min away from Sandton CBD. Showcased at Pam Golding Properties national exhibition in Sandton City, the five bedroom, four bathroom home is set in manicured gardens with a spacious pool and floodlit tennis court, ideal for entertaining. It is priced at R19 million.

Says Anthony Stroebel, group marketing director for Pam Golding Properties: “This provides a convenient, ideal venue where buyers and sellers can  interact with our specialist team of regional experts and browse through a wide range of property options. Our International and Projects Division will also be on hand to explain the benefits and process involved in acquiring offshore property in prime locations.”

Set on approximately 13ha and situated on the banks of the Crocodile River just 4km from Dullstroom in Mpumalanga province, this four bedroom house with spacious open plan living room/kitchen, cosy fireplace, immaculate finishes and wrap-around terrace is excellent value for money at R2.2 million. Natural weirs have been built to create pristine pools stocked with trout. This is one of numerous properties showcased at Pam Golding Properties national property exhibition in Sandton City.

The showcase of properties includes vacant land, apartments, sectional title and freestanding homes, residential developments, lifestyle estates, agricultural property such as wine and fruit farms or smallholdings and investment property, including apartments suitable for student accommodation. Locations across the length and breadth of South Africa cover a mix from urban metro and vibrant central city destinations or leafy suburbs and country and natural bushveld environments, to coastal seafront locales and exotic tropical islands.

The PGP exhibition is open from 9am till 7pm on Wednesday and Thursday 17th and 18th September, from 9am-8pm on Friday 19th September and from 9am-6pm on Saturday and Sunday 20thand 21st September.

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