A new bespoke development in Houghton makes it possible for first-time buyers and young families to live in one of Johannesburg’s affluent and well-established suburbs.
The Boulevard, scheduled for completion in May 2021, comprises 22 contemporary cluster homes, with cutting edge design, priced from R 4.39 million including VAT. Such has been the interest in this development, since it launched in October, that there are only 11 homes remaining.
“The Boulevard offers a huge value proposition to buyers wanting to live in Houghton in a secure gated environment. Set on individual stands ranging from 247m2 – 300m2 in size, the properties offer generously sized private gardens and quality finishes throughout,” say Pam Golding Properties area specialists, Pravin Gopaldas and Marula Proto.
“While Houghton has seen a number of new developments come onto the market in the last few years, The Boulevard is competitively priced as most new residential clusters are priced from R6.5 million. Buyers are attracted by the price and location – Houghton is a very established and centrally located suburb.”
According to the agents, the development has been designed to suit individual tastes, creating an environment that caters for the growing family and their changing lifestyles. All homes offer three bedrooms and staff accommodation. For families that have older folk, an optional bedroom downstairs is on offer. The development boasts green features that include solar panels and discreet water tanks designed to blend into the overall look and feel of the development. There is also the appeal of having a lock-up-and-go home in a central location.
Located close to the M1 highway, Rosebank, Sandton and Johannesburg CBDs, there are a number of entertainment, medical and retail amenities, nearby. This popular suburb is home to the Houghton Golf Club, Killarney Country Club, The Wilds Municipal Nature Reserve, and the Old Eds Club. Schools in the area include King Edward VII School, King Edward VII Preparatory School, St John’s College, Houghton School and Roedean among others.
Posted by Denise Mhlanga