New development in Observatory set to be a hot seller

Greeff Christie’s International Real Estate, City Bowl, has partnered with Developers Cornerstone Properties in an exclusive venture to present the brand new Strubens Mews Development. Strubens Mews, is an exciting 12-unit development in Observatory. These 4-bedroom homes offer the perfect balance of the traditional Victorian cues of the area, alongside 21st century leading architecture and design, offering first-time buyers and families alike, a modern influence on a traditional suburban haven, close to the city.

Ryan Greeff, Greeff Christie’s International Real Estate City Bowl Director, says of the latest milestone for the City Bowl team,” Securing an exclusive partnership for this exciting development is a wonderful achievement and is a testament to the trust that the developers have in us. Strubens Mews is the perfect investment property and is sure to sell out very quickly. I would urge interested parties to act quickly to secure their slice of this exciting development. Prime location, contemporary design and top of the line finishes make Strubens Mews extremely hot property.”

These beautiful homes are located in a secure, gated community featuring private gardens, garages and are in walking distance from the picturesque Liesbeek River greenbelt. Prices start at R3.495 million, inclusive of VAT, these properties are excellent investment opportunities in an area that has demonstrated consistent growth historically with no signs of abating. An added benefit of buying directly from the developer is the absence of transfer duties.

Jesse Gordon, senior Greeff Christie’s International Real Estate broker in Observatory, adds, “Purchasing a property in this secure complex in Strubens Mews offers the buyer or investor the perfect opportunity to experience the best of both worlds. The complex offers secure, safe living while not compromising on excellent features throughout each unit. Nestled on just under 7000m² of prime real estate, the development offers effortless access to arterial routes, schools plus tertiary institutions as well as all the amenities and entertainment that the Southern Suburbs has to offer.”

Observatory has proven itself to be an extremely popular choice with investors, first-time buyers, professionals and young families who are looking to move from apartments in the City Bowl to cottages or houses. The area has also seen a surge in international demand with foreign investor confidence growing in parallel with the area’s development boom.

Observatory features a variety of homes and has something for everyone’s taste, including; studios, one and two-bedroom apartments, 2 and 3-bedroom houses as well as excellent new full title opportunities of which Strubens Mews is a shining example.

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