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Five great elements of life at Waterfall Estate

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The first thing you need to know about Waterfall Estate is that it has a unique ownership structure. Due to the way in which the land on which the estate is built is owned, purchasing a property at Waterfall does not make you an owner in freehold, but rather the holder of an initial and renewable 99-year lease.
 
With that said, there are numerous reasons to make the estate, which is located between Johannesburg and Pretoria, your new home or your next investment.
 
1. The accolades speak for themselves
For the second year in a row, Waterfall Management Company was awarded Best International Mixed Use Development at the International Property Awards held on 3 December 2018 in London. These awards recognise the most impressive developments around the world, and Waterfall Estates has consistently stood out amongst thousands of entries from over 100 countries. In addition to this, Waterfall has also received the accolade of being the Best Mixed-use Development in Africa for the fifth consecutive year.
 
2. Homes to suit every lifestyle
At Waterfall, there is an abundance of different estates, with homes in a variety of styles, sizes and price brackets. For example, Waterfall Equestrian Estate offers homes surrounded by paddocks, an equestrian arena, stables, a training track and pretty much everything else you will require if horses are your passion. For the outdoorsy types, Waterfall Country Estate and Waterfall Country Village are located on the banks of the Jukskei river, with trails to allow residents to truly take advantage of our natural environment.
In addition to this, there will ultimately be two mature lifestyle developments within the estate to cater to the needs of those who would choose to make Waterfall their retirement home. The first of these, Waterfall Hills Mature Lifestyle Estate, has been lauded with numerous awards including being named the "World's Best Retirement Resort". The other mature lifestyle estate is Waterfall Valley Mature Lifestyle Estate.
 
3. An affordable invitation to luxurious living
Waterfall View is one of the estate's many residential developments, bringing the security, great location and amenities of Waterfall to those in need of affordable housing. These homes are priced in the R600 000 ballpark, giving them great appeal amongst young professionals and families starting out. On the topic of young families, another advantage is that a crèche will be added to the facilities offered by Waterfall Estates in the near future.
 
4. New, green and ultra-modern
The huge advantage of building a new development from the ground up is that there are no constraints created by existing, ageing infrastructure. Planners and developers at Waterfall have been given a brand new slate upon which to craft a masterpiece of urban design and contemporary planning.
 
5. Live, work and shop in one convenient precinct
A wide range of blue-chip companies have made the commercial area of Waterfall Estates their home, either as renters or on a sectional-title basis. For many residents of Waterfall Estates, this puts home and work only a stone's throw from one another. When it comes to shopping, convenience is on your doorstep with the Mall of Africa, with its impressive array of more than 300 shops encapsulated in an elegant design, forming part of the estate. With over 130 000 square metres of retail space being home to a range of flagship stores, shopping has never been more sophisticated.
 
Waterfall Estates is more than a place to live — it is a way of life in which convenience and environmental concerns are a priority. Situated in a triangular piece of land flanked by Midrand, Kyalami and Woodmead, the growing estate is set to become a "green" city, offering those who live and work in it a comfortable and eco-friendly lifestyle.

Author: Jawitz Website

Submitted 02 Jul 19 / Views 866