Construction has started at Langebaan Manor, Devmark Property Group‘s new retirement village in Langebaan on the West Coast. The development will comprise 100 freehold homes, sectional title apartments, serviced apartments and frail-care units. Says Devmark residential development division director Jean Ehlers, “Our prime lagoon stands are selling fast. To date we’ve sold units to the value of more than R85m and we’ll start marketing Phase 3 shortly.”
The development is built considering authentic West Coast architecture, with 10 house types and two kinds of apartments to choose from. Prices range from R1,87m to R3,495m, including VAT and transfer costs. All properties will be fitted with quality luxury fittings as a standard and a choice of optional extras. Ehlers says buyers are from across the country. “There’s a definite trend for retirees to move to coastal regions. Langebaan Manor is in the centre of town, close to all amenities and the pristine beaches surrounding the world-renowned lagoon. The town offers excellent holiday facilities and outdoor experiences ranging from golf to water sports, and the West Coast National Park and West Coast Fossil Park are nearby.”
The development has state-of-the-art security, garden and cleaning services, affordable levies and a frail-care and assisted-living centre, among others. Part of The Retirement Collection by Devmark Property Group, Langebaan Manor is the developer’s ninth retirement village in 30 years. The others include Cle du Cap, Legato, La Vie Est Belle, Heritage Manor, Onrus Manor, Villa Cortona, Helderberg Manor and The Plettenberg Manor.