Only three homes within an estate in Ballito – excluding Zimbali Coastal Resort – have fetched more than R10m, and according to property data company Lightstone the median price for freehold property in the suburb was R2,2m in 2015.
“We are so excited about the recent threshold we have just crossed,” said Pete Cameron, sales director for Brettenwood. “This is the first house [in the estate] to sell within this price bracket, and we are confident that it will be the catalyst for other Brettenwood homes to continue appreciating in value and fetching the substantial prices that they are capable of.”
The R11m freehold home, set on a 3,609m² portion of land, boasts luxuriously elegant interiors and a beautifully designed and maintained garden. Divided into two separate levels, the ground floor opens out onto an outside dining and lounge area, and flows into a raised deck and rim-flow swimming pool. While the upstairs area comprises of five air-conditioned all-en-suite bedrooms, each with their own private balcony, the home also features two pubs, a two-bedroom staff quarter and secret gardens.
“Brettenwood Coastal Estate has a wide variety of home styles and sizes that are created to suit all tastes,” said Cameron. “Every unit at Brettenwood has been constructed in harmony with the existing environment, incorporating the natural landscape wherever possible, and presenting homes that either look out into sea views or beautiful forest.
“Residents have full access to facilities like the heated aerobic pool, lap pool, fully equipped gym, sauna, and amphitheatre. For residents that enjoy the outdoors, extensive walking trails, braai facilities, a 16m water slide and ‘Robinson Crusoe’ style play area for the children which includes tree houses, a trampoline and climbing wall are there to be enjoyed.”