The demand for secure living in Somerset West is on the rise, with properties on estates accounting for more than a quarter of all residential sales here in the past 12 months, according to Lightstone data. Offering just four bespoke homes, the soon-to-be-developed 22 on Mountain meets this need with an upmarket security estate offering a contemporary neighbourhood lifestyle.
Listed for R3.995 million (including Vat), the three-bedroom homes will be carefully considered to emphasise the panoramic views of the nearby mountains. An independently-controlled access point provides welcome peace of mind. “Because of its exclusivity, residents of this boutique estate will be able to enjoy the benefits of communal living within a tranquil and safe environment,” says Pam Golding Properties agents for the area, Leigh-Ann Ogilvie, and Thea Albertyn.
The project is managed by Phase Three Property Development, a firm offering turnkey solutions in architecture, interior design, construction, and development. As such, buyers of homes in 22 on Mountain will have the opportunity to use in-house designers who will create a custom look for each home. Mabel Botha-Louw and Edelweiss Hankey, Pam Golding Properties agents for Somerset West, add that the homes are being built to be energy and water efficient. Full-length windows and stacking doors will maximise the natural light, and allow for seamless flow from the living spaces to the garden. The Cape Vernacular-style homes are also beautifully appointed with quality raw finishes of wood, concrete, and stone. Each erf is about 500m2 in size, with an interior floor size of 210 m2, ensuring that the homes have their own space within a peaceful setting.
Located in one of Somerset West’s most popular suburbs, 22 on Mountain offers easy accessibility to a wide selection of excellent schools and nearby shopping centres and malls including Waterstone Village, The Sanctuary and Somerset Mall. A trip to the beach will take 10 minutes while Cape Town is just a 30-minute drive away. “This unique estate will appeal to the discerning buyer who wants a personalised home that provides an oasis of calm, without sacrificing the security that comes with living on an estate,” adds Ogilvie.