Design your own home in Amberfield Valley

Security, convenience and flexibility – that’s what awaits buyers in the beautiful Amberfield Valley estate development, where a new phase of building packages goes on sale on 12 March.
Situated in Rooihuiskraal, one of the fastest-growing suburbs of Centurion, the estate is close to good schools, upmarket shopping centres and the highway network.
Jo Pelser of developer Chapter Nine notes that Amberfield Valley is also fully-secured with perimeter walling topped by electric fencing, and controlled access through a manned gatehouse. “This makes it a great choice for families seeking a secure, tranquil living environment that is still close to all amenities and does not require a long commute to work.
“And most importantly, buyers of our packages will be able to customise the basic house designs to ensure that their new homes are perfectly suited to their own requirements.”
The building packages that Chapter Nine is offering in Amberfield Valley include a stand and three-bedroom home at prices from R1,14m, VAT included. The stands range in size from 500sqm to 800sqm.
There are four house designs for buyers to start with, including double-storey options. All have at least three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a double garage and come complete with paving, walling and superior finishes.
“But the size of the stands allows a lot of latitude to make changes or additions to the standard designs,” says Pelser, “which we are happy to accommodate.”
Finance will be available to qualified buyers, and the deposits required are just 10% of the stand prices, which start at R300 000.
Issued by Chapter Nine Developments
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