Asrin releases penultimate phase of Gemstone Estate development

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Asrin Property Developers is pleased to announce that phase 3 of their Gemstone Estate development has been released.

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With each phase of the development aptly named after a polished mineral stone, the penultimate phase of this contemporary suburban estate is known as Emerald Place.

The launch of Emerald Place follows the successful sell-out of the first two phases, The Topaz and Sapphire Mews. With 50% of Emerald Place already purchased, similar sales figures are expected to be emulated shortly following this latest announcement.

A savvy generation of home buyers are looking to invest in attainably priced stylish living spaces and Emerald Place offers just that. With two and three-bedroom apartments priced from just R699 000, this new release is the ideal place to nurture and grow a young family, says Rehana Moosa, marketing executive at Asrin.

They say home is where the heart is and for Asrin this means creating communities that truly make a difference in the lives of those who live there, she said.

A seamless blend of smart design and homely appeal, Emerald Place’s key features prioritise sustainable living and include all the comforts of home. Each apartment floor plan has been designed to offer a strong sense of spatial flow and features superior finishes such as engineered stone countertops, A-grade ceramic tiles, and laminate flooring.  The apartments also come fitted with an oven, hob and extractor fan and are DStv and WiFi-enabled.

In addition, Asrin is increasingly conscious of the impact their developments have on the environment and have incorporated green initiatives into the estate’s design. Solar panel geysers have been installed to minimise the estate’s carbon footprint by reducing the daily consumption of water and electricity.

Emerald Place residents are encouraged to step outside and enjoy the meticulously landscaped areas. These lush, green spaces provide a space to connect with nature and serve as a safe, secure environment in which children can play and explore. Residents of Emerald Place can look forward to the peace of mind that comes with living in a security-conscious estate. Access to Emerald Place is controlled with a guardhouse at the entrance and all residents are given a remote control to enter and exit. The perimeter of the property is secured with electric fencing.

Conveniently located just off the N2, Emerald Place is perfectly positioned directly opposite Avonwood Square shopping centre. Cape Town International Airport, Tygerberg Hospital and N1 City are also all in close proximity, as is public transport. For those with children, Cravenby Primary and High School are within walking distance from the estate.

Last modified on Monday, 11 November 2019 18:24

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