Raithby Vines Launches With Success

Raithby Vines, a boutique development on the outskirts of Raithby Village, was launched to the market by Harcourts Platinum last week.  The development is situated amidst vineyards on the approach to Raithby Village offering buyers a unique lifestyle experience.

The development consists of only IMG_279017 freehold homes situated on plots ranging in size from 759 – 1,320m2.  In most modern developments in this price range the plot sizes are considerably smaller, making Raithby Vines ideal for families or those who enjoy the feeling of more open space.

The developer, Chris Barratt, is thrilled to be able to offer homes offering a genuine country lifestyle to buyers.  “There are not many places where you can live with views and a setting like you can at Raithby Vines”, says Barratt.

He adds: “We’re happy to have partnered with Luke Wollenschlaeger of Nova Lee to produce quality homes at affordable prices, offering the discerning buyer outstanding value”.

There is a selection of plans IMG_2682offering a number of different options coupled with a choice of finishes from the developers range.  The estate is fenced and equipped with perimeter CCTV surveillance, complete with smart detection technology and infra-red monitoring for 24/7 live surveillance and armed response, offering buyers peace of mind.

The development is being marketed by Harcourts Platinum.  Principal Steve Caradoc-Davies says “Raithby Vines has one of the most beautiful settings in the Helderberg area and when you sit on your patio and look across the vineyards at the Helderberg Mountains, you feel like you’re living in the country.  Yet you’re only a few minutes from Waterstone Village, Somerset Mall and Stellenbosch.”

Initial launch pricing is from R2,135,000 to R3,285,000 including VAT, and the homes are sold on a plot and plan basis.

Garth Uys of Harcourts Platinum can be contacted on 072 545 4956 for more information.

 

Steve Caradoc-Davies

Principal of Harcourts Platinum
Director of Harcourts South Africa

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