$250m Beverley Hills Golf Estate takes off

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Development of the $250 million Beverley Hills Golf Estate has begun.

The estate, privately owned by Carey Farm (Pvt) Limited, is expected to raise the bar in property development and bring world- class standards to the local property market.

RE/MAX Realty Centre is the Selling Agency of the estate being bankrolled by Interfin Bank. RE/MAX Realty Centre chief executive officer Rutendo Rutendo said the estate was largely a residential development offering a variety of highly appealing exquisite developments designed by the world-famous architects.

“Our philosophy is the creation of world-class environments through an integrated approach to land planning and wherever possible, preservation of critical areas to create an ecological haven that gives our clients the world without costing them the earth,” he said.

“Beverley Hills Golf Estate development will comprise of 310 model homes, each of the homes individually designed to ensure that our clients are assured of comfort, luxury, security and satisfaction.”

Rutendo said the artistic style of the homes was unique in design and encompassed spacious layouts and fine finishes while achieving an alluring air of grandeur.

Located on Luna Road, off Crowhill, after Borrowdale Brooke Golf Club, the project offers stands ranging from 1 500 square metres.
“The golf estate will benefit a lot of stakeholders in the construction sector.

“The construction industry has been in limbo for the past 10 years and Beverley Hills comes as a relief to a number of stakeholders engineers, surveyors, building contractors, town planners, architects, suppliers of building products, timber, bricks and cement. A lot of jobs will also be created in the process,” he added.

He said as part of community service, property developers saw it prudent to repair Luna Road for the benefit of members of the public.