Le Chateau




























Lakeside Estate d'Afrique

Hotel Le Chateau

Estate d'Afrique Hartbeespoort Dam/Lake

1 km water frontage on beautiful lake and scenic bushveld nature environment, 25 minutes from Pretoria and Sandton, for immediate development.

On the Hartbeespoort Lake near Pretoria and Sandton and 5 minutes by boat or car to South Africa's new premier Jack Nicklaus Championship Golf Estate.

A French Provençal architectural style apartment hotel and village is planned for this development.

Development with zoning rights for an apartment hotel with 146 apartments or 350 hotel rooms and ± 20 retail stands around the village centre, as well as a 200 pax conference centre is to be sold on sectional title.

Proposed Hotel Le Chateau
French Proven
çal Village

Hotel Site Layout Plan

Number of Apartments / Hotel Rooms
  3-Bedrm 2-Bedrm Apartments
Hotel Rooms
Garages Shops
Phase 1 20 36 56 132 55 51
Phase 2 29 12 41 111 30  
Phase 3 9 40 49 107 61  
Total 58 88 146 350 146 51

3-Bedroom Apartment Floorplan

View From Hotel Site

Beau Rivage

Estate d'Afrique Hartbeespoort Dam/Lake

102 stands will soon be released, varying in price from R300 000 (US$50 000) to R900 000 (US$150 000). Building packages for these villas will be available ranging from R1,2 million (US$200 000) to R3 million (US$500 000).
The Beau Rivage development nestles at the foot of a beautiful mountain range and on the waterfront of the Hartbeestpoort Dam / Lake.

The existing villages within Estate d'Afrique are as follows

Ville d’ Afrique

The stands in the Ville d’ Afrique development has already been 100% sold out. Investment opportunities exist for completed villas. Ville d’ Afrique was the first village within Estate d’ Afrique.
Port Provence - Waterfront Villas

The stands in the Port Provence development has also already been 100% sold out. Investment opportunities exist for completed villas. Port Provence was the second village within Estate d’ Afrique.

Villa at Ville d'Afrique
View from Port Provence

Villa at Ville d'Afrique

Port Provence

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