Irene Farm Villages at a glance

Irene Farm Villages property is understandably a highly desired residential address, where excellent property values are a natural result of this modern yet tranquil oasis. It is a relatively brand new Estate which was established in 2002. The Estate covers 250ha and has 652 residential stands, of which only 22 remain to be developed. The village consists of five different architectural styles, but mostly Tuscan style, built on stand’s varying in size from 500 square meters to 1500 square meters. Stands are priced from R800, 000 to R2000, 000 and Houses from R2.2m to R6m (In 2012). There are lots of parks servicing the houses and all are built to ensure maximum privacy. Many parks have already been grassed so that children can play in the safe and carefree environment. Plans are in place to manicure the remaining parks and an extensive tree planting project is in progress which will ensure that the Estate is truly a ‘leafy suburb” .The lack of built street-front boundaries and the extensive manicured parkland and conservation areas capture the “inner heart of peace and tranquility’ of Irene Farm Villages. `Thanks to the conservation areas, the Estate still has an abundant amount of natural bird and animal life. Scrub hares, duiker and mongoose are regularly seen after sunset. The Estate is situated on “top of the town” and has magnificent vistas of the surrounding countryside and stunning sunset views. A board of directors, who are elected by property owners, manages the estate. Estate rules are enforced to ensure a harmonious and neighbourly environment, reflecting the village lifestyle

Irene Farm Village is situated close to the R21, (1.5km) allowing easy access to Oliver Tambo International Airport, Pretoria, Centurion, Johannesburg and Krugersdorp via interlinking highways. The Nearby high speed Gautrain will simply add to the bouquet of conveniences. On the opposite side of the village, a magnificent Shopping Mall has been erected with anchor shops such as Pick n Pay and Woolworths with a number of restaurants and a Ster Kinekor.

It is an Estate where residents can sleep peacefully at night, knowing that they are safe within a secure perimeter boundary, where ingress and egress is controlled by state of the art technology and a biometric access control system. Professional security guards patrol the streets and the perimeter, both on foot and on quad bikes. Property in Irene Farm Villages guarantees you peace of mind when it comes to security.

State of the art communication that embraces the most up-to-date broadband technology affords residents free internal telephony, connection to Telkom and high-speed Internet access.

In the nearby vicinity there are two-major private schools Cornwall hill (4km) and Southdown’s (7km). There is also a very good junior primary, Irene The suburbs surrounding Irene Farm Village are Pierre van Ryneveld, Cornwall Hill, Irene and Country Lane Estate.

Nearby places of interest include Rietvlei Nature Reserve, Irene Village Flea Market, Irene Dairy Farm, Supersport Park, Irene country club, and the Centurion Country Club and golf estate.

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