Further emphasizing its status as the most prestigious estate on the North Coast, Zululami Luxury Coastal Estate has sold a ground-breaking 590 opportunities since launching in early December.
With almost R423 million in sales confirmed in just over a month, it can be said that the North Coast has not experienced or achieved such a rapid rate of sales prior to this.
“We always saw the undeniable X factor in Zululami Luxury Coastal Estate, and from the unsurpassed sales achieved, we can clearly see that the public do too. Zululami was in such great demand within the first phase, that we released an additional 100 stands to satisfy our purchasers,” says Murray Collins, CEO of Collins Residential, a subsidiary of the H. Collins & Sons Group.
Zululami Luxury Coastal Estate has proven to be an overwhelming success with only 10 stands left to sell in Phase 1. These results speak volumes for what the estate offers; it is perfectly situated in one of KwaZulu-Natal’s most prestigious suburbs, Sheffield Beach. In addition, the views of the ocean, forest and magnificent wetland encapsulate the potential this estate has to offer.
“It is overwhelming to see the results that Zululami Luxury Coastal Estate has achieved in sales. In my many years in sales of property development, I have never seen such a ground-breaking result in such a short amount of time. Due to the unprecedented sales of phase 1, we look forward to releasing phase 2 to the public in the latter part of this year,” explains Andrew Smith, Director of Smiths Property Group, the entity mandated to manage the sales at Zululami. Buyers are advised to contact the Sales team at the on-site sales office to ensure that they are kept abreast of the Phase 2 release date.
Zululami Luxury Coastal Estate presents the ultimate in North Coast living with a pristine, secure lifestyle, combined with lush coastal vegetation. Featuring a combination of sectional title and freehold units, this 140 hectare development will be home to 750 spacious family abodes with two beach access points. This R2.5 billion estate is home to breath-taking views of the Indian Ocean, enchanting coastal forests and picturesque wetlands.