Bainsvallei brings Wellington to the foot of Bainskloof

WELLINGTON (Western Cape) - Construction of Bainsvallei, a new access-controlled suburb in Wellington, is progressing well, with the first transfers about to take place. The suburb, with 66 approved sites, is being developed by Leivoor Ontwikkelings (Edms) Bpk and Power Construction (Pty) Ltd.

Houses there are being sold by Seeff Wellington on a plot and plan, own title basis.

The Bainsvallei residential complex is north of Church Street, bordering on the demarcated area for the planned eastern bypass at the foot of the Bainskloof Pass and the Leeu River, right on the limit of possible urban expansion towards Bainskloof itself.

Jaco van der Westhuizen, MD of Seeff Paarl and Wellington says there are seven plans from which to choose, with options of two or three bedroom designs in single storey or duplex on offer. Floor areas range from 110 m2 to 230 m2 and prices from R995 000 to R2,3 with temperatures that reach into 40 degrees in summer and wet winters.

Van der Westhuizen says a Home Owners’ Association will oversee the private communal spaces within the secure complex and ensure the ongoing effectiveness of the security
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