2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, loft apartments from R1,266,000
Spectacular modern apartments set in the tranquil Broadacres area. 1, 2 and 3 bedroom garden, loft and penthouse options. All apartments are north facing, designed to a high specification with a wealth of natural light. Open plan kitchen and living areas leading out to a garden or balcony.
Trending European kitchen design with exceptional finishes. Laminate wooden floors in living areas and carpeted bedrooms. 3 different finishes colour schemes to choose from. Come visit us on site to view these 3 stunning options!
Apartments have been designed to be energy efficient with gas hobs, central water heating system and low energy lighting. Units are surround sound ready and you have an option to have it ‘inverter ready.
Elevator access to all units! Landscaped communal gardens for you to enjoy and the complex is pet friendly!
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Other options also available:
1 Bedroom apartments from R804,000
3 Bedroom apartments from R1,349,000
Features of the development include the following:
* Clubhouse with braai and pool area
* Activity centre consisting of gym, sauna, steam room, business centre with wifi
* Concierge and Estate manager
Complex is close to many local amenities such as Fourways Life Hospital, Fourways Mall, Cedar Square, The Broadacres Business Centre, Broadacres Shopping Centre, Steyn City Estate and Golf Course, Crawford Pre-primary, Broadacres Farm Nursery School, Curro Castle, Maria Montessori House, Fourways High, Dainfern College, Lanseria Airport, Dainfern Golf Club and Montecasino.
Why the name Soho?
Soho is a neighborhood in Manhattan, New York. By the mid-20th century, artists moved into this area to have large spaces in which they could both live and work, in what were called loft spaces. In 1968 artists and activists were forming an organization to legalize their living in a manufacturing zone. Seeking to identify their group geographically, they consulted a city Planning Commission map that described the area as "South of the Houstan", "Houstan being Houston Street. This was shortened to "SoHo".
Many of these buildings, especially the upper stories which became known as lofts, attracted artists who valued the spaces for their large areas and large windows admitting natural light.
SoHo boasts the greatest collection of cast-iron architecture in the world. The strength of the cast iron permitted high ceilings with sleek supporting columns, and interiors became more expansive and functional.
The Soho of today in Manhattan is noted for its galleries, restaurants and artists’ lofts.
OCC has adopted the Soho concept of living in our developments which consist of modern, trendy and sophisticated living spaces. Light and optimization of space, as well as luxurious finishes have become our signature.