Exclusive development lined up for Bassonia

Bassonia, in Johannesburg's southern suburbs, is currently enjoying a surge in development, with clusters and complexes adding a youthful element to the suburb.

Standing head and shoulders above the other developments, though, is The Phoenician, a 13-unit complex by Yellowstone Projects, one of the leading developers in the area.

The units will feature mahogany and granite kitchens, with granite staircases, imported porcelain tiles, and Caesarstone tiles finishing the luxurious bathrooms. Architectural design is sleekly modern, with stone detail on the exterior, and only the most superior finishes indoors.

"When Pulse Realty was approached to act as the marketing agent for The Phoenician, we leapt at the opportunity to work on such a prestigious development," says agency owner Jacques Bronkhorst.

"The Phoenician offers young executives and their families the perfect lock-up-and-go solution, but also luxury and cutting-edge design that is seldom associated with cluster living."

Assisting Bronkhorst in marketing the development is Pulse Realty agent Jarryd Soma, who notes: "There are four-bedroom and three-bedroom units, all with private gardens.

"The three bedroom units start at R1,995m for a 220sqm home, and go up to R2,995m for 315sqm. The four bedroom units start at R2,495m for approximately 270sqm. Extra-high perimeter walls with state of the art security measures will be complemented by a dedicated security officer at the gate."

Bronkhorst says Bassonia is seeing strong demand for cluster developments, as the area slowly metamorphoses from a traditional suburb to an area in which younger people are investing in properties that meet their lifestyle needs.

"It is wonderfully close to all essential amenities, shopping and entertainment facilities, and has easy access to freeways. And apart from the physical necessities, Bassonia also enjoys a wonderful spirit - so living here is about more than the property that one purchases, it's about the environment and the wonderful people who will become your neighbours."

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