Gerhard van der Linde, Seeff’s MD for Seeff Pretoria East, said the development would appeal to many people but was especially ideal as an entry-level address for young and upcoming professionals in the area.
Louwrens Olivier, developer of Four5Four on Sussex, said as the developers they had a homely and cosy atmosphere in mind when designing Four5four on Sussex.
“It was important that the design of the development fit into the rich character of the suburb, and therefore instead of having the feel of a traditional apartment block, the development is designed to look like three big homes, comprising 26 units,” he said.
In line with this vision, all the passages are broad, windows are big and some of the units even have roof gardens of up to 53m². These types of properties are prevalent in areas like Sandton and Bryanston, but are a first for Lynnwood.
Four5four on Sussex is currently also the only new development that offers one bedroom and one bathroom units, and is one of the most affordable newly built two bedroom and two bathroom units on offer in Lynnwood.
Units vary in size, ranging from 56m² to 131m² and are all fitted with modern kitchens and spacious open-plan living areas that flow onto exclusive-use patios, balconies or manicured gardens.
“The units all have very high ceilings and doors, the kitchens have gas stoves and the ground floor units have built-in braais,” said Olivier. “Each unit will also have its own solar water heating system with electrical back-up.”
Prices range from R1,245,000 for a one-bedroom unit of 56m², while the biggest two-bedroom unit at 131m² is priced at R2,245,000. All units have allocated parking bays, ranging from carports to double garages.
Photo: Artist impression of Four5four which has been launched to market.