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24th Aug 2022

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Melrose Walk: Welcome to opulent living in the heart of Melrose North

Just a stone’s throw away from Melrose Arch, Melrose Walk is a secure development of 6 modern ultra-luxury duplex villas, priced from R7 999 900.

The six four-bedroom, four-bathroom villas each boast high ceilings and open plan kitchens. Generous sunlit living and dining areas look out onto a spacious north-facing private garden, perfect for a family. The gardens have trees retained during construction that provide canopies of cool shade and are home to various species of birds native to the area.

Get in touch with the Melrose Walk team


  • High quality designer kitchen
  • Integrated Smeg appliances
  • Stephen Pikus feature lighting
  • Solar assisted electricity
  • Morsø woodburning fireplace
  • Breezair evaporative cooling
  • Fibre & DSTV ready
  • Oggie hardwood flooring
  • Large spacious private gardens
  • Space & storage
  • Visitor parking bays
  • Matte black finishes
  • Biometric access control
  • Extra large double Garages

Visit the Melrose Walk website

The carefully tailored interior design of the villas is highlighted in the living spaces on ground floor, and just a level above, the large bedrooms have bespoke joinery, and come complete with en-suite bathrooms finished with high quality material accents such as warm Oggie hardwood flooring and marble countertops – and what’s more, each bedroom has beautiful views of the Melrose area. Additional features include a centralized Breezair evaporative cooling system, Morso fireplace, and a fully kitted kitchen. The development is aiming to achieve an EDGE rating from the Green Building Council of South Africa.

View the brochure and floor plans



The luxury villas are on show from 2-5pm Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday
Contact the sales team

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