Set in a prime location similar to Camps Bay in Cape Town. Developed by an African award winning developer(Extra Dimension Group)
This development offers unsurpassed luxury, views, peace of mind, investment, a retirement option, permanent residency and good foreign yield 2.5% to 5% depending on short or longterm strategy. Designed to be an ideal family home or lock up and go solution. Fully managed Boatyard and boating access.
Construction begins in January 2019. Hand over of units planned for early 2021. 10% Deposit and incremental progress payments. Delivery risk mitigated by Full Bank Guarantee to each buyer for the completion of their unit.
The development comprises of 42 units, consisting of 2 and 3 bedrooms units, that have been staggered and angled at 45 degrees on the site to maximise views and privacy. The units have large covered verandas and rooftops pools with entertainment spaces. The living spaces are open plan with all bedrooms having access to the views.
The natural material palette uses the volcanic rock from the area, raw timber, glass and off-shutter concrete.
This Mauritian Island’s region generates strong tourist affluence for its seaside. There, you shall discover a particular pace of living in coastal villages or sugar estates and by mingling with the most welcoming locals. The north of the island is full of different aspects. Discover large and luxurious sugar fields, old mills as well as sugar factories proper to Mauritius. If you go further in the region, you...
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