No stopping Table View Residentia

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THERE's no stopping the spread of Parklands, the fastest growing suburb in the Western Cape.

THERE's no stopping the spread of Parklands, the fastest growing suburb in the Western Cape. Now joining that central urban maelstrom in Table View are 19 high security townhouses - Parklands Palm Resort - nine of which have already been bought.
"Each unit of 77m², free of transfer duty payable by purchasers, means a worthwhile investment in an area that enjoys a high market price growth," said Ivan Swart of marketing agents Pam Golding Property (PGP), Table View.
"With an entry level of only R259 000 and a ceiling of R264 000, well below the area average of about R320 000, there has been considerable interest," Swart said.
The two-bedroom duplexes sport an open plan kitchen, lounge, guest toilet, shade parking, a communal pool in a small garden plus clothes drying and braai areas. A second parking bay is available at R4 500.

Publisher: Cape Business News
Source: Cape Business News

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