Cintsa Golfing Estate in East London is located in a prime location for those who seek exclusivity and the idea of country living. The development was undertaken in stages and sold off in the phases. Construction began in 2006 and the properties were sold at in almost record time.
The estate was developed close to the Inkwenkwezi Game Reserve which by itself adds value to the development.
Golf estates like Cinsta are sought after not only by the South African property investors market but also international investors seeking new up market property in the country, thus the prices are driven by demand. The alternative to owning property in these estates is the buy-to-let option which has the advantage the foreign tourist or business people do not necessarily want to own the properties and thus sign long term leases which is a guaranteed source of servicing bonds.
The estate is now well established and the sales of property achieved are in line with developer forecasts which is a positive indication that the property values in the development are stable and in demand.
The benefit of owning property in coastal towns is that the homes serve as holiday destinations and in this case of the up market kind.
The architecture is meant to portray the African Nature theme which adds to the exclusivity of the estate.
Infrastructure is in place and schools, malls commercial as well as industrial hubs are well established.
Schools in close proximity to the estate include Althorpe College, Beacon hurts Primary School, Cintsa East Primary School and Clarendon High School for Girls.
The malls in the region cater for a larger community. The malls close to the estate are Beacon Bay Retail Park and Hemmingways Mall.
Take a tour of the exclusive properties in Cintsa Golf Estate via the MyRoof website.