The village is situated on a 17-hectare site which includes a large village green, the Heritage Park. The village offers a wide range of housing typologies consisting of:
The developers are also in discussion with a Life Rights Company exploring a section of life rights units in the future.
The village consists of two distinct sections: an assisted living section, specifically geared to accommodate those aged 49+, and a lifestyle section for anyone who values relaxed and secure country living on the fringes of the city. The assisted living section is situated within close proximity to the care centre and comprises of 118 planned sectional title apartments of which a number (30) have already been built and 12 freehold units, all of which have been built. The lifestyle section comprises of a number of freehold properties, lifestyle and senior lifestyle sectional title apartments. There are Body Corporate and Homeowners’ Association regulations that set out the various rules applicable in the two sections.
There is no age restriction for the purchasers of either the sectional title or freehold title units in the lifestyle section. However, there is an age restriction (49+) for residents in the senior lifestyle and assisted living section of the development.
There is perimeter security around the village in the form of a wall on the northern boundary and a clearvu palisade fence on the eastern and western boundary – both of which are electrified. There also is 24-hour security and controlled access.
There is a new, well-equipped care centre on site.
There are both sectional title and freehold title options available. The sectional title options are available in both the lifestyle and assisted living sections of the Village.
If you purchase a sectional title apartment there will be a levy payable to the Body Corporate and a levy payable to the Care Centre depending on the level of service you require or request. In the lifestyle section, there is a levy payable to the Mataffin Macadamia Homeowners’ Association plus a basic levy to the Care Centre.
The development forms part of the greater Mataffin township and will be serviced by municipal services. The cost of the services will be as per the prevailing municipal tariffs.
The sectional and freehold title nature of ownership ensures that the unit forms part of the deceased owner’s estate and can be sold by the executors of the estate if required. All re-sales of units will be subject to a buy-in commission of 1% which needs to be added to the purchase price. This buy-in commission will go towards a levy stabilisation fund to ensure levy increases remain within acceptable levels.