Ellefsen Village launched in Langebaan Country Club

Launched within the secure 450 ha Langebaan Golf & Country Estate in Langebaan, is Ellefsen Village. Named after a Norwegian captain who visited Saldanha Bay in the late 17th century on the ship ‘Mosvalla’, Ellefsen Village is a secure village positioned between the 9th and 18th fairways of the championship golf course within the Langebaan Country Estate.

Says Craig Scott, CEO of Langebaan Country Estate Joint Venture: The homes and duplex townhouses all showcase green living, and embrace the history of the area. The freestanding plot and plan homes are situated on the last remaining golf course fronting stands - offering views of the golf course, some fronting water features and some with lagoon views. The indigenous and rare vegetation has been protected and

The 26 duplex townhouses are sized from 160 m2 and priced from R1 229 000, while the 28 homes are priced from R1 595 000 (180 m2 - 220 m2). Pricing includes VAT (transfer duty) as well as transfer costs. Security is assured by the dedicated 24-hour manned guardhouse as well as on-site Estate security.

Heinrich Koorts of Seeff West Coast, who are mandated to sell on the Estate, says the general slowdown in the property market has not impacted on the West Coast at all. “Our sales figures have remained on par with last year’s, and since September have shown an increase year on year – and the season is still coming.”
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