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Eastside Ridge


New from Zotos, and continuing its practice of bringing fine, ultra-luxurious development homes to the Johannesburg and Bedfordview market, is the acquisition and launch of Eastside Ridge, an exclusive cluster home estate in Douglas Road Bedfordview.

There are many alluring aspects to warrant investing in a luxury home here, but the overriding, the real drawcard features are the classical attractions and broad appeals of Bedfordview as an established, well-heeled suburban location. Then specifically, consider the garden green Douglas Road location itself, right up on the ridge – a spectacular setting that affords breath-taking views of the verdant Linksfield Ridge to the north, and of the distant, Johannesburg city skyline. An added blessing is, that Douglas Road is part of the Hillside Road Closure and community security network.

As a further boost to one’s peace of mind, Eastside Ridge lies within its own secure, perimeter walled and estate infrastructure, and is equipped with the latest 24hour access control, CCTV camera surveillance, backup power and energy efficient systems.
If this was not sufficient enticement, there is the temptation/attraction/ appeal of the five, architecturally significant, 3 and 4-bedroom en-suite contemporary modern, designer homes, described as being simply exquisite…tastefully different and ultimately stylish.

Eastside Ridge the development in Douglas Road, is more than conveniently situated with an abundance of highly regarded, top echelon schools at all levels, great shopping, the best dining and entertainment, medical centres and allied health and recreation facilities available nearby. Douglas Road itself provides quick and easy access to the major highways and arterials in all directions.

Here at Eastside Ridge, prospective buyers can certainly immerse themselves in architectural modernity, a phenomenal lifestyle and enjoy the superior, building and exemplary finishing from Zotos, Gauteng’s leading residential builder.

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