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Neighbourhood 20 MAY 2018


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Editor’s Exclusive CHARIS LE RICHE


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oin us today as we explore all the exciting things going on in and around your city.

This week, we visit Paarl and enjoy the luxury of The Light House Boutique Suites. Then we learn how a new app is helping customers and restaurants find out where their fish comes from. We also get up close and personal with celebrity chef and all-round foodie, Kamini Pather, in her ‘hood, Green Point.

What’s good?

In the Foreshore What? French Wintery Interactive Cooking

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When and where? Tuesday, 22 May, from 6.30pm to 9.30pm at Ginger & Lime Food Studio


inger & Lime Food Studio is a favourite for those who love to eat and socialise around food. And this Tuesday the studio has the perfect menu prepared for the colder days ahead. It will be hosting an interactive cooking class for classic French comfort foods.

In Kalk Bay What? Slow Life presents Guy Buttery and Kanada Narahari at the Bakery

When and where? Sunday, 20 May, from 7pm to 9pm at Olympia Cafe & Deli


nited by a mutual curiosity in each other’s diverse musical styles and backgrounds, Guy Buttery and Kanada Narahari come together to bring India and South Africa closer. The artistic collaboration will aim to bridge the gap between their different musical worlds and reimagine the realms existing between Africa and India. More information:

In Franschhoek What? Shiraz & Charcuterie Festival

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When and where? Saturday, 26 May, from 11am to 4pm at Anthonij Rupert Wyne


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Paarl’s hidden gem Feel like royalty at The Light House Boutique Suites WORDS: CATHERINE BLACK



f you’re looking for a sumptuous Winelands getaway that’s within easy reach of Cape Town, The Light House Boutique Suites is an inspired choice. Tucked away in the serene suburb of Courtrai in Paarl, this intimate five-star guesthouse is all about pampering, luxury and attention to detail. One of the key reasons for this is that the property includes just five suites. Each room is decorated according to an individual theme, from the sumptuous Mayfair suite that oozes old-world glamour and the gorgeous Cape Dutchstyle Bedford Manor honeymoon suite, to the Manhattan with its clean lines and subtle Art Deco touches. No matter which one you choose, all of them feature bespoke furnishings, luxurious Egyptian cotton linen, spacious bathrooms and expansive views of the charming gardens below and mountains beyond. But it’s not just about the accommodation, the food is noteworthy

too. Everything is cooked in The Light House kitchen using fresh local ingredients and served in the downstairs dining room that opens up onto the outdoor terrace. Breakfast is included in the room rate, and you can enjoy lunch, afternoon tea and dinner on request if you’d prefer to stay in rather than dine out. The afternoon tea is a particular highlight, featuring freshly baked scones and muffins, decadent chocolate cake and creamy cheesecake, as well as delicate cucumber sandwiches served on ornate silver platters. With the fine china and silverware, the surrounding classical decor is reminiscent of a grand English manor house, and the personal service that comes with it will make you feel like royalty. The team who run The Light House, headed up by general manager Darrol Buckton and operations manager Hendrik du Toit, are incredibly attentive and ready to see to your

every need. They’re also passionate locals with expert knowledge of the surrounding area. Just down the road is the renowned Pearl Valley Golf Course at Val De Vie Estate, which is also home to the newly relaunched Camelot Spa if you’d rather do a day of pampering. You’re also close to several outstanding family-run boutique wine farms including Avondale, Mellasat, Black Pearl and Druk My Niet, so a wine tasting excursion is recommended. The guesthouse has also recently teamed up with award-winning Wilderer craft gin distillery in Paarl to host special G&T tasting weekends on selected dates over the coming months. The Light House Boutique Suites is ideal for a romantic break, but it’s also great for corporate getaways, as you can book the entire house just for your party. With its secluded setting close to the centre of Paarl, The Light House Boutique Suites is the perfect mix of convenience and exclusive charm.



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In your hood:

Throughout the Western Cape

In your hood:

Le Riche Wines | 021 842 3472 | KWV | 021 807 3911 | Bartinney | 021 885 1013 | Groot Phesantekraal Wines | 021 825 0060 |




Bistro Sixteen82 | 021 713 2211 | Abalobi |

King Cabernet Whether you’re cellaring or sipping, these top-notch Cabernets won’t disappoint WORDS: RICHARD HOLMES IMAGES: SUPPLIED & SHUTTERSTOCK


ubbed the “king of the red grapes”, Cabernet Sauvignon hails from the French wine-producing region of Bordeaux. It’s often blended with other red wines (traditionally Cabernet Franc and Merlot) but in New World wine countries, such as South Africa, it’s also combined with everything from Shiraz to Pinotage. But to truly taste the vintage, terroir and skill of the winemaker, it’s best to discover Cabernet on its own. And it’s worth spending a bit more too. While Cabernet Sauvignon does offer great value for money, cheaper Cabernets can be overpowering with their bold fruit and mouth-puckering tannins. Upping your budget a little means you’ll get better quality fruit, longer ageing (in both barrel and bottle) and a little more care and attention in the cellar. And for this “king of the reds”, it’s worth the price.

Le Riche Cabernet Sauvignon 2014

Father-and-son team Etienne and Christo Le Riche continue to turn out some of the Cape’s finest Cabernet. This wine spent nearly two years in oak barrels, allowing plenty of time for the tannins and fruit flavours to get to know each other. With grapes drawn from a diversity of vineyards across Stellenbosch, it’s a perfect snapshot of Cabernet Sauvignon from the Cape.

The Mentors Cabernet Sauvignon 2012

The Mentors, the premium wine portfolio from KWV, offers superb value for money. This was the first vintage where a 100% Cabernet was produced, with grapes sourced from Darling, Stellenbosch and Paarl. With plenty of dark fruits and velvety tannins, this is an easy drinking wine that will keep getting better for at least another three years.

Bartinney Cabernet Sauvignon 2013

The high, cool slopes of the Banhoek valley are ideal territory for Cabernet Sauvignon, and Bartinney has proven itself a specialist at this varietal. This wine is a classic Cabernet, with plenty of cassis and tobacco on the nose, backed up by a palate of firm tannins and dark fruit.

Groot Phesantekraal Cabernet Sauvignon 2015

This historic Durbanville farm has been in the Brink family for four generations, and their award-winning Cabernet offers excellent value. Their Cabernet is made in a lighter style; it’s a wine for drinking now rather than cellaring. Perhaps enjoyed with a good medium-rare sirloin at the charming farm restaurant?

Fish with a story Bistro Sixteen82 pioneers a new “hook to cook” app ensuring traceability of its fish WORDS & IMAGE: KIT HEATHCOCK


he menu at Bistro Sixteen82 arrives with a wooden fish with dangling paper QR codes. Using the Abalobi app you read the whole story of the fish on the menu: the fisherman who caught it, bait and fishing methods, the boat used and the fish itself. It’s a beautifully put together app devoted to the sustainability of the fish and of the small-scale fishing industry. The programme behind it empowers those who have relied on fishing for their livelihood for generations, using sustainable linefishing methods from small boats. For chef Kerry Kilpin the beauty of the Abalobi programme has been the freshness of the catch “We’re getting the most amazing product; the quality is incredible,” she says. “It comes direct from the fishermen to us, no middleman, either on the same day or the next. It’s been exciting; it’s something different for the guys in the kitchen, using different fish, learning to fillet, as it comes to us whole.” One week she received 60kg of Cape bream, which flew off the menu. Another week it was carpenter. When we visited, the restaurant had just had its first delivery of yellowtail and Kerry was inspired to offer two versions

for lunch, one with a rich shellfish and lemongrass velouté and a spicy shimeji salsa, the other with a warm quinoa salad, aubergine mousse, red pepper coulis and artichoke salsa. We loved reading the stories as we placed our order, words straight from the fishermen about their relationship with the sea, how their boats, knowledge and skills are handed down the generations and the responsibility they feel towards protecting the oceans for their descendants. For our starter, we tasted Cape Hope squid from Struisbaai in a sparkling fresh salad. With a completely different texture to imported Patagonian calamari, it was much firmer to the bite and had a lot more flavour, complemented by the crispness of fennel, radish and herbs. In both our mains, the yellowtail shone with freshness and succulence, the flavour enhanced perhaps by knowing the story, but the fish is also that much fresher, straight from hook to cook. The Abalobi programme is gradually being rolled out to selected Cape Town restaurants, so look out for those QR codes and enjoy sustainable fish with a story.

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Winter trends Warm up your bathroom with a rejuvenating facelift as we head into the colder months WORDS: ANNE SCHAUFFER IMAGE: SHUTTERSTOCK


hat makes a bathroom into the sanctuary you’d like it to be? “Lighting, comfort and functionality,” says Gareth Gee of Simply Bathrooms. “It’s one place where no one should disturb you, where you can let down your guard. So ideally you want it warm and cosy, not hard and cold.” He shares some trends he sees creeping in as we approach the winter months.


There are certain elements which are always popular in bathrooms, like heated floors and heated towel rails. These little touches of luxury make the entire bathroom experience enjoyable, particularly in winter. Gareth suggests that every bathroom restoration should include top-quality fittings. “Don’t go cheap. Use superior hardware, so it functions well and the sight or sound of it doesn’t jar, like a loudly flushing loo or noisy taps – these elements break the calm, sensual mood which provides that relaxation.”


Gareth says there are two distinct trends: contemporary and vintage. “The contemporary bathrooms tend to be minimalistic with sharp edges, glass and lighting. The others are more opulent, even over the top, with features such as chandeliers, plants, couches, even fireplaces.” It’s all about personal taste. He suggests a neutral bathroom shell, enabling you to vary colours

and textures for the season, without conflicting with the bathroom fixtures. “The trend towards authenticity is a strong one for bathrooms, and natural materials such as wood, stone and concrete are grounding,” Gareth says. Wood is naturally warm to the eye and touch, so it can be used anywhere in the bathrooms to give that earthy feeling, whether it’s a slatted bench or a shower floor. Well-chosen greenery can also enhance the quest for a natural feel.”


Bathroom hardware is going colourful and/or metallic. “Taps, baths, basins and accessories are leaning strongly towards colour or shine, with rose gold, pink, grey, mustard yellow, brushed brass and matte black the most popular,” Gareth says. Chrome is yesterday. Greys and blacks are still popular, but for winter, warm things up with colourful textured towels and a deep pile bathmat.

Hot hardware

For new floors, Gareth says most people choose oversized tiles, which aside from giving the bathroom a simple neutral look, also minimise the area of grout where mould can grow. Variations such as woodlook-alike tiles, are also being used. For shower lovers, it’s all about walk-in spaces with large overhead shower roses and channels, either with no glass or just a screen to keep it simplistic and easy to use.




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My business neighbourhood Vintage brand Babette Clothing joins Bay Harbour Market in Hout Bay WORDS: KIT HEATHCOCK IMAGE: SUPPLIED


intage clothing fashionistas will already know Babette Clothing from the Church Street store, where once-off vintage pieces mingle with upcycled and reworked items. Now you can shop all weekend long, as the brand has opened a permanent stall at Bay Harbour Market in Hout Bay, which trades from Friday to Sunday every week. Babette Clothing founder Barbara Talbot tells us more. Q: How did your business start? A: During my studies at Elizabeth Galloway Academy of Fashion in Stellenbosch, my perception of fashion changed completely. I developed a real passion for vintage items. After my studies, I spent a few months travelling and going through every possible vintage shop and market on my way. A: I came back inspired and with a bag full of thrifted treasures, some

reworked and upcycled, and I started selling at small markets in the CBD. My brand quickly grew from a small studio in Woodstock to my own little store on Church Street Cape Town, which is now six years old. A: Today my boutique stocks old and new items, all unique fashion items and our own personally designed, locally made leather shoes. We still love the market scene and we’re thrilled to now have a permanent spot at Bay Harbour Market in Hout Bay. Q: Why did you choose this area for your business? A: The quality, whether it be the food, the stalls or the people. I love the diversity and the vibe is just always outstanding. The team behind this market has really curated the most awesome shopping experience. Q: How did you find your premises? A: I applied for a stall some time ago, but there’s a waiting list. So I had to wait until one was available. Q: Why are the premises ideally suited to your business? A: We have a lovely stall with a changing room and lots of space to browse all our treasures without feeling cramped. The crowd that Bay Harbour Market attracts is also just what we’re looking for to expand our brand footprint. From tourists to locals, we appreciate each new customer.

Q: Who are your neighbours? A: J Beenz is right next to us. It sells the cutest locally made kids’ clothing (how convenient for me, a mom to be?). And Mint has fabulous vellies and cotton knits. Q: What are the shop rental/sales prices like in this area? A: A s it’s a market, the prices are very reasonable for the number of people going through. Q: How many people visit your business each day? A: At the Bay Harbour Market, between 6,000 and 7,000 people come through every weekend. Q: Do you have any expansion plans? A: I’m expecting a little girl in June, so no expansion plans until after she arrives. Q: Do you operate online as well? A: You can shop selected Babette pieces on our website or mail us at for postage orders when you see anything you like via social media. Q: What’s your most popular item? A: Our signature reworked vintage frocks and leather shoes.

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Green Point MasterChef South Africa winner, food writer and TV host, Kamini Pather, tells us about her neighbourhood WORDS: KIT HEATHCOCK IMAGES: NAILYA BIKMURZINA, NATASHA LASSEN & GOOGLE MAPS

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ABOUT KAMINI PATHER: After a lifelong obsession with food, Kamini won MasterChef South Africa in 2013. She was the host of a food travel show, Girl Eat World, and can usually be found at local eateries and other places with beautiful produce.

I love that I can walk almost everywhere from Green Point. I enjoy being able to navigate my city on foot – the feeling of being in touch with life at street level makes me feel like I’m part of the place. KAMINI PATHER



ince she won MasterChef South Africa in 2013, Kamini Pather has lived her dream of working with food: writing, developing recipes and doing some pretty fabulous travelling for her TV show, Girl Eat World. Her blog is called Kamini Like Harmony, the name giving a clue to how her name is pronounced. When she’s not on a plane to foreign foodie hot spots, her home is in Green Point, where she’s lived since 2011 and which also has plenty of food highlights to discover.

Home sweet home

“Green Point is the perfect area to live if you want to be close enough to the city as well as the sea. It’s central and convenient,” Kamini says. She moved back after living in Joburg for a year. “I lived in such an exquisite building at the Refinery there, which is an old factory – modern and industrial. It’s beautiful, but Joburg is not a walking city, and, for me, that’s the major advantage of living in Cape Town, specifically Green Point. There’s a big part of me that would like to have a garden and get a dog and all that jazz, which would mean moving out of Green Point, but it’s actually so convenient here.” Some of her favourite things to do include walking to Granger Bay for the Oranjezicht City Farm Market on a Saturday morning and strolling back home with farm fresh veggies and supplies, running through the Green Point Urban Park – with a pitstop at the duck pond – and doing Knight hill sprints up Glengarriff Road.

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Kamini says, “especially on days when there are events there. Somerset Road is closed off for pedestrians, which makes for a lively atmosphere.”

Neighbourhood gems Walking everywhere gives Kamini easy access to De Waterkant, the Bo Kaap and the CBD. Her pick of things to experience as a local include

EAT: • Izakaya Matsuri: for delicious sushi • Jason Bakery: for amazing breads and pastries • Shio: for Asian-inspired tapas • Loading Bay: for juices, almond milk chai lattes and light meals • El Burro Green Point: for imaginative Mexican cuisine


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picking up a pair of Mami Wata board shorts in the Bo Kaap, playing Bitchy Bingo at Beefcakes led by one of the venue’s infamous drag artists, eating Gorgonzola gnocchi at True Italic and having breakfast at Hemelhuijs. “The freshly baked mosbolletjies and pressed juices are not to be missed, as well as the beautiful crockery.” Whether you’re a visitor or a local, Kamini suggests that you do a food tour in the Bo Kaap. “You get to have a cooking lesson from one of the ladies who have lived in the area for generations. There’s a walking tour of the old slave quarters and a stop at Atlas Trading; while it’s a tourist attraction, it’s still worth it. The shop is brimful of aromatics and infusions for any type of spice food.”

Perfect Sunday


Kamini crams a lot of delicious moments into a perfect Sunday. “I would start with a morning run down the promenade or up toward New Church Street, followed by a walk to the Loading Bay for a gold juice (pineapple, apple and mint) and the oyster mushroom ragout with sourdough croutons. There’s also Sunday morning yoga at YogaLife or Unraveled Yoga. Then I’d take

• Listen to jazz music on Thursday nights at the Piano Bar. • Do a cookery course and lunch with Marlene Van De Westhuizen. • Visit Oranjezicht City Farm Market at Granger Bay on Saturdays. • Enjoy picnics, exercise and feeding the ducks in Green Point Urban Park. • Play Bitchy Bingo at Beefcakes on Tuesday nights.

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a stroll to Giovanni’s and pick up some picnic treats – a loaf of Woodstock Bakery’s sourdough with some charcuterie, cheese, pickled artichokes and other delicious dishes – then a skip to the Green Point Park. The ducks will happily accept any extra bread. Then it would be a late afternoon bunny chow at The Village Idiot or pizza at Hail Pizza and sundowners at The Vue – it has the most spectacular view of the city, and during the summer months, the skyline is blushing and bright.”

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WESTERN SEABOARD Blouberg: 021 557 1115 • Big Bay: 021 554 0033 • Milnerton: 021 551 8640 • Melkbosstrand: 021 553 1912 • Sunningdale: 021 556 2362 • Atlantic Beach Estate: 021 201 8706 •

Melkbosstrand / R3.495 million

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Bedrooms 3 / Bathrooms 2 / Garages 2 / Not often a property with such quality and ambiance came on the market in Melkbosstrand. Literally 200m from the beach, with beautiful mountain and sea views. Enough space to extend the property further and a double garage completes the picture. Follow PGP boards from Otto Du Plassis Drive towards Van Riebeeckstrand.

Gerrit Bruwer 076 196 9847

Melkbosstrand / R3.295 million

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Big Bay / R4.3 million

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Bedrooms 4 / Bathrooms 2 / Garages 2 / Outdoor designed beach-garden, green grass and an inviting open house. Follow PGP boards from Otto Du Plessis towards Van Riebeeckstrand.

Bedrooms 4 / Bathrooms 3 / Garages 2 / Ocean views towards Robben Island. Includes a flatlet with it’s own entrance on the ground-level. Follow PGP boards from Otto Du Plessis Drive.

Dianne Pentz 084 513 2305

Hjalmar Larsen 082 940 8034

Parklands / R2.535 million

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Kensington / R480 000

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Bedrooms 5 / Bathrooms 4 / Garages 2 / Ideal for dual-living. Follow PGP boards from Raats Drive, left into Parklands Walk, left into Regent Road and left into Cambridge Road.

Bedroom 1 / Bathroom 1 / Parking 1 / Spacious, neat and modern with 24-hour security. Follow PGP boards from corner 10th Avenue and Nyman Street.

Claudette Smith 071 185 5267

Patricia Harrison 083 241 7640


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Atlantic Beach Estate / R5.25 Million

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Atlantic Beach Estate / R3.95 million

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Bedrooms 3 / Bathrooms 3 / Garages 2 / Situated on popular Sea Hare Circle. The all white kitchen has a large SMEG oven. Double-volume open-plan kitchen/ dining/living area. The home is north-facing with a wind-free spacious covered braai patio.

Bedrooms 3 / Bathrooms 2 / Garage 1 / Spacious home on a bigger plot. Enough space for 2 additional vehicles in front of the garage including additional street parking. Extras in this home include gas fire place, fibre, solar geyser and well point with irrigation. Security Estate.

Mandy Oschman 082 567 0398

Mandy Oschman 082 567 0398

Atlantic Beach Estate / R30 000 Per month

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Atlantic Beach Estate / R34 000 Per month

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Bedrooms 3 / Bathrooms 3 / Garages 2 / This modern home is breathtaking with top-class finishes throughout. The lounge, dining room and TV room downstairs are open-plan with a wood-burning combustion fireplace separating them.

Bedrooms 4 / Bathrooms 3 / Garages 4 / The downstairs lounge flows onto an enclosed braai patio. The home has a study and staff toilet outside. The garden outside is fully enclosed and has a well point. Access to all the Golf Estate facilities including the Leisure Centre with pool and gym.

Lynnette Lee 082 453 3266

Lynnette Lee 082 453 3266

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15 | 20 MAY 2018 Shop 44, Seaside Village Shopping Centre, Big Bay ( Next to Spur ) See it all on:

MORRIS PIETERSE 083 228 4081

-SPACIOUS - R7.98M. BEAUTIFUL SEA VIEWS FROM AN EXTRAHOME & WELCOMING IMMACULATE SINGLE LEVEL ENTERTAINER WITH EVERY ROOM YOUHOME NEED…. AND AT This immaculate home is set in a cul-de-sac adjacent to the 13th HOUSE SIZE: 490M² A GREATfairway PRICE!! (JUST OVER 5 MILLION RAND) and a greenbelt and has only one immediate neighbour. It is light and inviting and it is totally private from passing golfers. The SCALING DOWN OR STARTING OUT? wind-protected deck, pool and outside entertainment patio has lovely • andA beautiful contemporary kitchen forms the heart of sea views and is protected from the summer winds. Stacking sliding doors ensure seamless indoor-outdoor flow. renovated gem.

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• and Entrance hall leads to spacious open plan lounge and dining room with Downstairs: Entrance lobby, huge entertainment room, lounge extra high ceiling. dining room with fireplace, TV room and bar, private indoor spa area with Jacuzzi, big open plan kitchen with breakfast area, scullery • plusFour bedrooms and three modern bathrooms (two en-suite). a separate laundry/ironing room, guest WC, beautiful big playroom • 2ndBig entertainment room with stacking doors & ceiling fans. and study, inviting patio with barbeque, big double garage, outside barbeque plus a 2nd deck area on golf course side. • Magnificent established garden, strong well-point & irrigation. Private and well wooded with some artificial lawn.

Upstairs: Home office, master bedroom suite with full en-suite • Air-conditioning, and walk-in cupboards in master bedroom. bathroom and WIC, three guest bedrooms and two bathrooms.


Modern closed combustion fireplace in lounge area.

This home is energy-wise with solar and batteryOF back-up plus water Big double garage with laundry area – tiles and ceiling plus cupboards. storage tanks. There is potential to easily create access to a•huge THE WEEK • Nothing to be done!! viewing deck upstairs.

• Early occupation may be arranged. Call Sole Agent Morris Pieterse on Easy viewing by appointment only with0000 soleor agent Pieterse - 083 228 4081 or 021 553 0000 021 553 083 Morris 228 4081 to view.

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This secure pet-friendly estate has the following facilities on-site: Basement parking and storerooms 24 Hour security with biometric access Fibre and DSTV ready Paardevlei Lifestyle Estate is fibre and DSTV enabled and includes top of the range kitchen appliances and prepaid meters for gas, electricity and water. The estate also offers an on-site Lifestyle Centre.

Gabriel 082 552 5798

1 bed Apartments from: R 949 900 3 bed Duplexes from: R3 499 900 4 bed Crescent homes from: R5 399 900

These upmarket apartments are situated in an exclusive, secure estate located alongside the beautiful Paardevlei reserve and only 100m from the Cheetah Outreach. Each apartment is fibre-ready, DSTV enabled and includes top of the range SMEG appliances and prepaid meters for gas, electricity and water, and has elevator access. Garages also for sale in phase 2

Shannon 072 571 8736

2 bed from: 3 bed (1st floor) from: 3 bed (garden) from: ON SHOW: 2-5PM WED, SAT, SUN AND PUBLIC HOLIDAYS

R1 899 900 R2 499 900 R 2 599 900

Neighbourhood CT - 20 May 2018  
Neighbourhood CT - 20 May 2018