Chas Everitt opens specialist development office in the Cape

The Chas Everitt International property group has announced the opening of a specialist development office in the Cape.

Pierre Germishuys, MD of Chas Everitt Developments, Cape, says its focus will be on the marketing of units in new developments as well as development land. “We simply add value. We are the only company that offers a comprehensive statistical analysis, based on market research, that results in sound decision-making for the developer.”

And, he says, the office has already acquired a sole mandate for the flagship Zevenwacht Lifestyle Estate on the historic Zevenwacht wine farm near Stellenbosch.

“The estate is a security development aimed at mature buyers of 50 years and older wanting an exclusive lifestyle in a safe upmarket rural environment,” Germishuys says.

“The farm is on the Stellenbosch wine route and 6km from the town and the Cape Town International Airport respectively. Farm activities include a cheese factory, hotel, conference centre, restaurant and a health spa.

“Zevenwacht Lifestyle Estate offers 126 luxury sectional title residences ranging between 80sqm one-bedroom units to 274sqm units. Smaller units are selling at prices of R1,65m and up while prices for bigger units start at R3m.”

The development is situated on 13ha among the vineyards and affords spectacular views of Cape Town, Table Mountain and False and Table Bay.

The estate also offers a clubhouse and swimming pool as well as a health centre with a doctor’s rooms on site, a library as well as facilities for a ladies’ hairdressing salon. Assisted living facilities are available adjacent to the estate.

Chas Everitt Developments has opened an office on the estate to facilitate viewings by prospective buyers.
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