A unique factor of Buh-Rein Estate, as depicted in the master plan, is its wide offering of different housing options. The estate is perfect for first-time home owners, young up-and-coming professionals, retirees looking to scale down or individuals on the hunt for a sound investment.
Buh-Rein Estate effortlessly incorporates modern design, practicality and affordability. This is achieved through its easy access, street routes, and pathways to encourage walking, jogging and cycling. Angled and staggered roofs and facades, along with the overall architectural guidelines, increase the visual variety. All buildings are set sufficiently far back enough from the streets to eliminate unwanted noise.
Over 2000 indigenous trees are planted within and alongside the estate to promote health and relaxation. It is said that exposure to nature not only lifts moods but also contributes to physical well-being and relieves stress. All the plants at Buh-Rein are water-wise and are irrigated by means of treated effluent water from retention ponds that filter and transport storm water. These ponds not only serve a vital water drainage role, but have also been landscaped for the enjoyment of residents and the local bird-life.