Our 2.3ha hand-made, eco-friendly park will take the shape of a magical piece of paradise replicating nature and achieving a dramatic yet natural wetland area. Our Village Park is specially designed to serve as a haven for wildlife and plants, as well as a space where residents will be able to interact, learn, relax and enjoy the beautiful surrounds . Boasting vast panoramic mountain vistas, the park will include an outdoor gym, a large natural pool, a maze, park benches and play apparatus for younger and older children - the perfect location for summer picnics and outdoor relaxation.

South Africa’s second oldest town, steeped in a rich history. Stellenbosch is the wine and gourmet capital of South Africa as well as being a significant business, sporting and arts hub. As home to a large established university it also boasts with a vibrant youth and café culture. It is one of South Africa’s most popular tourist destinations.
Known as the ‘Pearl of the Winelands,’ this laid back Boland town offers visitors a range of cultural and historical attractions to explore. Here, life takes on a slower, relaxed pace and one experiences a sense of authentic country charm. Paarl is home to a number of famous wineries, craft breweries and olive oil producers.
Another definitive South African food and wine destination, beloved by gourmands and bon vivants the world over, Franschhoek was founded in 1688 by French Huguenots, hence its name, which translates as “French Corner.” The town has embraced its Gallic heritage, hosting a popular annual Bastille Day festival, but thanks to its incredible restaurants and wine estates serves as a year round destination.
With its breathtaking, rugged natural beauty, a rich and cosmopolitan culture, host of tourist attractions and warm, friendly locals, Cape Town remains a perennial ‘favoured destination’ on the list of any respectable world traveller. World-class beaches, internationally renowned Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, The Table Mountain National Park, (including Cape Point), myriad museums, markets, international businesses and more make Cape Town a true world city – and one of its most beautiful.
Cape Town’s Northern Suburbs form a vast spread of suburban and business entities. The area is best known commercially for being home to Century City, a vast shopping and business mecca that includes the Canal Walk Shopping Centre. Another well-known attraction is the Grand West Casino and Entertainment World. The Northern Suburbs also offers easy access to the picturesque Durbanville Wine Valley.