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20th Aug 2022

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Joburg countryside estate booms

A number of full title freehold stands, plot-and-plan and sectional title opportunities are launching in Avianto Estate – a Northlands Property Group development which is home to an existing residential component, Le Jardin, comprising 115 freehold stands. Situated in Muldersdrift,  the estate, with its sprawling lawns, indigenous trees and the Crocodile River flowing through it, offers residents a country lifestyle close to urban conveniences such as shopping centres, schools, hospitals and Lanseria airport. Developments to be rolled out here in the coming months include Verona – comprising 73 turnkey opportunities and 89 sectional title stands; San Donato – comprising 164 sectional title units; Valencia– a retirement village with assisted living facilities; Ardenza – 227 freehold stands; and Equestria, a development that will offer affordable equestrian living with stables, paddocks and horse trails.

“Each of these developments offers buyers something unique,” says Leonhard Jonas, CEO of Avianto Estate. “There are homes for young families starting out and retirees wanting a low-maintenance home that doesn’t sacrifice on aesthetics.” Here residents can enjoy a work-from-home lifestyle with numerous top-class amenities available within the protected confines of the 300ha estate. These include picnic spots, a children’s play park, off-leash dog park, catch-and-release dams and hiking and biking trails. A well-appointed sports club, with tennis and squash courts and an outdoor gym, along with Pilates and yoga studios, inspires an active lifestyle. Construction of a heated indoor swimming pool and gym will commence next year. Various restaurants and a micro-distillery are also on the estate.

The Avianto Estate Private School offers education to pre- and primary school children and is within walking distance to the estate’s homes. No enrolment fees apply. An excellent security system, which includes security guards, is also part of the offering and investment in infrastructure and road upgrades will ensure the development is sustainable for future generations. Sustainability is a top priority with all new homes encouraged to have plumbing structures which support grey water systems, with solar water heating, LED lighting and solar energy plants provided to all sectional title developments. Additionally, the estate has implemented a number of green living practices for residents, from recycling to the rehabilitation of the Crocodile River.

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