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Sol Kerzner’s New Luxury Estate In Hout Bay Looks Very Nice

High on the east-facing slope of Hout Bay’s Leeukoppie, Sol Kerzner, one of South Africa’s most successful businessmen, is building an exclusive security estate.

Fancy, ne? Oh, just wait until you see what he has planned.

The Sun City founder and hotel magnate unveiled his latest project with his daughter, Andrea, reports Business Tech:

Kerzner, 81, is one of South Africa’s most successful businesspeople, known for building luxury hotels and resorts around the world. These include the likes Sun City, the Lost City, Sandton Sun, the Beverley Hills Hotel, and the Elangeni.

Global hotels include Atlantis Dubai, the One & Only Mexico, the One & Only Australia, the One & Only Mauritius and the One & Only Bahamas.

A map, for those of you who aren’t too sure where Leeukoppie is:

Kerzner made it public knowledge that he wanted to get into the residential property space, “leveraging the 10 hectares of land he owned between Hout Bay and Llandudno”:

Known for luxury hospitality, the new Kerzner-branded estate in Leeukoppie will offer unique, resort-style services such as horse riding lessons, catering services, housekeeping options and airport transfers.

The estate will feature 48 sites for luxury homes, built with the design brief to be as economic and environmentally friendly as possible.

According to the development’s site, the estate has been designed to be ‘eco-aware’, with measures taken to maintain and enhance the natural beauty in the surrounds.

“Where alien vegetation has been removed, indigenous fynbos has been replanted,” it said.

How considerate.

Artist’s impressions of the first phase of luxury homes – covering sites 12 through to 19 – were also unveiled:

Lovely little mix of exteriors, but let’s see what the inside is set to look like:

I think those are pretty sexy, and I’m always keen on some indoor plants.

Interested? The houses are being designed by an array of architects, with prices ranging from R20,5 million for a 374 sqm house on a 1060 sqm property, to R30,5 million for a 738 sqm home on a 1487 sqm property.

Casual.

I wonder how the estate will fare compared to these bad boys.

[source:businesstech]

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