Award-winning Buh-Rein Estate, set in the Northern suburbs of Cape Town, continues to forge ahead, and its latest offering is Sterling Grove which will consist of eighty 3-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom, single and double garage units, built over three phases. The 28 units available in phase 1 vary in total size from 154.3 m2 to 162.1 m2,…
Blue Lily Lane is the latest development to take form within the 87-hectare award-winning Buh-Rein Estate, set in the Northern suburbs of Cape Town. It is set roughly in the middle of the estate, very close to the Bossa family restaurant and multi-purpose sport field, and is ready to move into. As with all other…
Buh-Rein Retirement Village sells 100 units, with independent living and assisted living apartments priced from under R1 million
Launched last August at the award-winning Buh-Rein Estate in the Northern Suburbs of Cape Town, Buh-Rein Retirement Village has proved popular, with over 100 apartments already sold. The retirement village is open to those aged over 50 years and includes 461 one- and two-bedroom apartments, in buildings of three storeys each, that include lifts. It…
53 Group Houses
Over 20 pocket parks with children’s play equipment is scattered throughout the estate to encourage children to play outside.
Buh-Rein Estate is pet-friendly and offers the perfect outdoor setting to take your pets for their daily walk. (apartments can house small dogs on special request from the HOA)
A well-lit, paved pedestrian path meanders around the outside of the ponds, making the area charming by day or night. Strollers are able to cross the ponds on timber bridges, placed at various crossing points.
All the plants at Buh-Rein are water-wise and are irrigated by means of treated effluent water. This adds another string to Buh-Rein’s bow as a “green estate”.
Central green corridor with walkways and 10 retention ponds, that filter and transport storm water, with cross-over bridges that have been landscaped for the enjoyment of residents – not to mention the local bird-life.
Landscaping comprises over 2000 Indigenous trees: Species including Cape Ash and Waterberry create shady areas along the streets and in the park areas, while Yellowwoods are set to line adjacent Darwin Road.