Steenberg's upgraded security places it in a league of it's own

A recently completed R9 million security upgrade to the Steenberg wine and golf estate has made this 104ha precinct one of the securest residential areas in South Africa, says Jacques Marais, MD of Steenberg’s sales team.

The full security package on the estate, he said, now includes

  • an electrified perimeter fence;
  • a curtain of monitored motion-triggered infrared cameras along the boundary;
  • extensive CCTV coverage;
  • controlled access points, again with CCTV, which allow access only on biometric fingerprint recognition or after confirmation by a resident, one of the
  • estate’s restaurants, the hotel or winery;
  • a 24/7 patrol operation.

“In the 14 years that Steenberg has been in existence it has had almost no crime incidents,” said Marais.

Prices on the 225 homes in the estate now stand at between R10 and R23,5 million, making it SA’s golf estate with the highest average selling prices.

“People here are always reluctant to leave which is one reason why prices remain high.”

Home ownership confers automatic golf club membership and owners enjoy special tariffs and quotas on Steenberg’s award winning wines produced on the estate by Graham Beck.

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