Both sold by us!
R3 750 000 and R3 850 000
LIKE HEN’S TEETH!
A pleasure to present two adjacent exceptional three bedroom, north-facing, double storey townhouses situated in a prime position in the magical sought after FOREST GLADE complex in Tokai offering homeowners a unique lifestyle.
Option to purchase adjoining three bedroomed townhouse for dual living.
Currently, both townhouses are used by the same owner as one dwelling.
Each unit has a single garage and access to visitor’s parking bays throughout the complex.
Forest Glade is a gated complex with majestic mountain views, wine farms and golf courses surrounding the estate. With many horse riding, hiking and mountain biking trails on its doorstep and the closest beach only 10 minutes away, Forest Glade is ideal for nature lovers and those seeking tranquillity away from the hustle and bustle of city life. The Prinseskasteel River (currently being rehabilitated) runs through the estate creating a beautiful sanctuary for birds and wildlife. The field has a playground for children and is home to a variety of largely indigenous trees and shrubs.
There are 103 semi-detached double-storey homes clustered into 5 Hamlets. Forest Glade is a pet-friendly complex with the permission from the Home Owners Association and neighbours.
Each unit has a single garage and access to visitor’s parking bays throughout the complex. Alarm system including outside beams and CCTV surveillance, linked to ADT. Regular patrols by ADT. Complex linked to Tokai Neighbourhood Watch.
Great quality schools, restaurants, shopping, medical centres and many other convenient facilities are all easily accessible.
Call Fiona Eadie now to view by appointment 083 270 3353
Although grazing rights on the lands around the Tokai Manor House were originally held by Simon van der Stel, the estate was sold in 1792 to Johan Andreas Rauch, chief of the armoury and head caretaker of the Groote Schuur Estate.
The following owner, Andreas Teubes, was responsible for the construction of a manor house which French master architect, Louis Michel Thibault, is credited to have designed.
The very high front stoep (verandah), with its massive round pillars, was created by dramatically curving the twin flights of stairs. The residence was completed in 1796 and was described as the most outstanding homestead in the Cape Peninsula.
The cost of building this splendid house ruined Teubes and he was forced into bankruptcy in 1799. In the early 1800s the residence was owned by Petrus Michiel Eksteen. He was a party-loving spendthrift who hosted the finest banquets. His parties were well-known and his cellars always well-stocked. (He was eventually declared insolvent in 1849.)
During one of Eksteen’s New Year’s Eve parties, his son Frederick accepted a wager from his father to ride his horse up the staircase and into the dining room.
The guests watched expectantly as he mounted the steep steps of the Manor House on horseback. The horseman circled the dining room table, hooves clattering, spurred on by cheers and laughter from the revellers.
Tragedy followed. The dinner guests rose to watch horse and mount depart. While descending the exceptionally steep steps, the horse tripped and both horse and rider fell. The game young man broke his neck in the fall and lay dead alongside his horse at the bottom of the staircase.
It is said that the spectral horse and rider still canter through the forest and sometimes, especially on New Year’s Eve, they still try to repeat their foolhardy act.
Over the years there have been several reports about the pair frequenting the area around the Manor House. Without a logical explanation, sometimes exuberant laughter and neighing of horses can be heard from inside the Manor House at night. In the dark early hours of the morning forestry workers have heard a horse at full gallop along the road. The rider reportedly wears clothes from a bygone era heads straight towards the old house and mounts the steps!
Great opportunity for dual living, work from home or sub-division.
This charming property offers three bedrooms and a separate two bedroomed cottage.
Set on a large erf, in a quiet cul-de-sac within walking distance to Blue Route Mall and easy reach of all amenities including Kirstenhof Primary School and the M3 freeway.
The main house has three bedrooms with built-in cupboards and fresh new carpets, newly renovated kitchen with granite tops, new stove/hob and plumbed for dishwasher or washing machine, spacious tiled lounge with Trellidoors and sliding doors opening to outdoor braai patio and garden, two bathrooms (main en-suite) and a double garage with parking for two cars behind security gate.
There is a separate wooden two bedroomed character cottage with one and a half bathrooms, lounge, kitchen, braai/patio, wendy house and three carports. Ideal for rental/grandparents/work from home or sub-division. Burglar bars, alarm and borehole with new motor and pump.
Be quick! Please call FIONA EADIE on 083 270 3353 to view by appointment.
DOWNLOAD and then print (A4 size pdf) the colouring entry form (see link below)
(or collect one from the Bergvliet or Tokai Chas Everitt office)
Hand in your completed entry in either at our Chas Everitt office in Meadowridge Park ‘n Shop Centre or on Tokai Road or you scan and email to email@example.com
We will display the entries at the offices over the Easter Weekend in our shop window.
Multiple winners will be notified (we will group by age and office).
The prizes will be a number of Easter Hampers of various goodies.
Easter Chas Bear This link will take you to pdf download 🙂
Fiona will allocate R1000 from every sale to a local community charity fund of the SELLER’S choice,
eg: crime watch, animal rescue, fire rescue, local parks etc. Call Fiona for a valuation on 083 270 3353
A bit of fun from Chas Everitt Tokai agent Fiona Eadie for Valentine’s Day!
Go to the Tokai Community Facebook post and comment #WeLoveTokai to automatically enter to win one of two copies of this fabulous DVD.