New ideal investment opportunity for South Africans wanting to live in Mauritius
Category Hot Investments
Along the pristine seaside shores of the northern coastline of Mauritius at Cap Malheureux, and against the backdrop of the islet of Coin de Mire, is a new upscale water village only 50 metres from the beach and ideal investment opportunity for the South African market.
Severine Dalais-Pietersen, Administrative & Marketing Executive at Seeff Mauritius, says Cap Malheureux offers the ideal spot for this new prestigious development.
"Within an area of more than 22 hectares, the project will be steeped in nature and covered with many plants that will give a tropical and holiday atmosphere to the resort. The project will offer a variety of properties for Mauritians and foreigners alike and will boast exquisite, ultra-modern architecture.
This far reaching project revolutionises the real estate market in Mauritius by combining high end residential living with the natural environment. Furthermore the development focuses on sustainability by developing eco-friendly building techniques, energy-efficient installations and equipment.
Over and above the many green features, a freshwater canal also runs for two kilometres through the village and residents can use this canal to cruise through the village from one place to another in kayaks".
Dalais-Pietersen says this project will offer a variety of properties that will range in price between ZAR 3 000 000 million for a one bedroom apartment up to ZAR 73 000 000 million for a five bedroom villa of 858m2.
"Luxurious properties with a choice of different designs and sizes are available and these properties, offered at attractive prices, present the ideal residential property for customers of all ages and from all walks of life, from senior citizens looking for the ideal retirement home to young couples in search of their first home.''
The project will consist of the following:
Harmony Villas: This senior village offers free standing ground floor villas with a cosy and relaxed atmosphere. The village has its own club house and is close to the shopping area where a pharmacy is situated as well as 24/7 medical assistance. Each villa is issued with an emergency button to a medical doctor's consulting room and prices start as from MUR 10.9 million/ZAR 4.7 million.
La Terrasse Residence: Offers spacious one and two bedroom apartments with a private terrace and residents also have access to a private pool, gym and spa area. Prices start as from MUR 6.2 million/ZAR 3 million.
Bayview Estate: These stylish and elegant two and three-bedroom townhouses come with an outdoor plunge pool and one townhouse even has a Jacuzzi at the top. Prices start from MUR 10.1 million/ZAR 4.5 million.
Les Villas du Parc: This development offers a variety of prestigious villas (from two to four bedrooms) within a fully secured environment focusing on green areas, swimming pools and private gardens. It is a subtle mixture between refined materials and the typical Mauritian architecture. Prices start from MUR 18.5 million/ZAR 7.9 million.
Marina Villas: Offers an impeccable standard of luxury and elegance, creativity and innovation. All villas border the canal and have direct access to a large terrace and exterior area. These designs are a work of art from the fittings to the furniture and include features like a television set, barbeque at the swimming pool and a glass-covered wine cellar. Prices start from MUR 29 million/ZAR 12 million.
Dalais-Pietersen continues that all residents will have essential products and services at their doorstep. These include a little supermarket, pharmacy, 24/7 medical assistance, bakery, and various shops as well as the use of amenities such as the swimming pool, gymnasium, concierge, kids' club and spa. Access to a Beach Club with all the facilities at Trou aux Biches is also available to residents.
"Additionally, in the village, residents will find a variety of restaurants with the club house and swimming pool overlooking the Green Park and rooftop bar overlooking the Coin de Mire".
Dalais-Pietersen concludes that permanent resident permits are granted to foreigners when they acquire property of USD 500 000/approx. ZAR 7.4 million and up, while retirement permanent residence permits are granted to buyers (50 years and older) for acquisitions in the Senior Residence section of Harmony Villas.
"There is also the option for owners to go into a Rental Pool Management system which will be managed by a specialist of holiday rentals in Mauritius".
For more information on this project please contact Meera Marday, firstname.lastname@example.org, Office: +230 263 2192/Mobile: +230 5498 3076.
Computer generated images of the new project on the Northern Coastline of Mauritius.
Author: Tanya Van Buuren Botma