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21st Aug 2022

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Zimbali Lakes Resort : Semigrate now


Zimbali Lakes Resort is the paradigm of multigenerational living offering young professionals, families and retirees the opportunity to live their desired lifestyle


Now purchasers have the opportunity to secure their own lock-up-and-go home, rental-earning apartment or conceptualise and build their dream home here set within 300ha of beautiful landscape. This secure mixed-use estate not only offers luxury living, but also the luxury of choice. You can build your home yourself or take the hassle out of managing the process by making use of any turnkey options to build on a choice of prime stands.

View Zimbali Lakes Resort website

Zimbali Lakes Resort PUD pool



Home designs take into account the new work-from-home trend, offering fibreoptic enabled communication and technology to ensure a seamless live, work, shop, eat, exercise and social environment. The bustling retail piazza, family-orientated facilities, 18-hole golf course, vast lakes and serene green spaces mean residents can enjoy a truly holistic lifestyle. Residents have peace of mind in terms of safety of their homes and loved ones. Although the estate is carefully monitored by 24-hour intelligent surveillance, residents have unrestricted movement within the estate, and children can play happily and freely. Zimbali Lakes Resort has achieved in excess of R200m in land sales in the past seven months.

With the first transfers due to be lodged during November, the commencement of construction of show homes and apartments attests to the bustling on-site activity as homes are erected to meet the rising demand of semigrators from inland provinces. A short 15-minute drive to the King Shaka International Airport and easy access to nearby private hospitals and schools makes its central location and remote working a natural choice. The Zimbali Lakes Resort management team members will be at the Urban Trend Properties and Developments offices at Copperleaf Golf Estate in Centurion on Friday October 29 and Saturday October 30 from 12pm to 5pm to present and discuss opportunities available at Zimbali Lakes Resort.


For more information call

087 095 2742

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