LOOK AND FEEL OF THE DEVELOPMENT
WHERE IS IT?
RedStone Private Country Estate is located on the southern side of Oberon Road, facing (North) onto Hartbeespoort Dam.
A location map can be downloaded here - Location Map - or contact our Marketing Team on 084 097 6461
WHAT IS THE THEME OF REDSTONE PRIVATE COUNTRY ESTATE
The theme of the Estate is to promote country living in an African Bushveld setting.
WHAT IS UNIQUE ABOUT REDSTONE PRIVATE COUNTRY ESTATE?
Apart from exclusive and spacious living, every stand in RedStone Private Country Estate offers breathtaking and un-spoilt north-facing views of the Hartbeespoort Dam and Magaliesburg mountains.
Green areas are predominant in the development and over 20 hectares have been set aside along the Leeuwen Spruit to offer residents and their guests exposure and access to the exquisite fauna and flora that is predominant in this natural environment.
Generous stand sizes, unique architectural, landscaping guidelines and estate design allow investors to build a stately home without compromising on the vitality important aspects of open areas for work and play. At RedStone Private Country Estate, you can own a mansion as well as enjoy the magnificent environment.
HOW BIG IS THE ESTATE?
The total land area of RedStone Private Country Estate is just over 116 hectares.
RedStone Private Country Estate will be self sufficient with its own water supply and purification plant. Water will be obtained from boreholes already on site.
Will be supplied by the greater Tshwane network and metered privately.
RedStone Private Country Estate will be self sufficient with its own effluent treatment plant, already, constructed and held off-site and shared between Redstone and Pecanwood Golf Estate.
WHO ARE THE TRANSFERRING ATTORNEYS?
The transferring attorneys are Potgieter-Marais Attorneys Incorporated, with the following details:
1019 Schoeman Street, Hatfield 0083, Pretoria
PO Box 40608, Arcadia, 0007
Telephone: (012) 342 0343
Facsimile: (012) 342 0373
CAN WE USE OUR OWN ARCHITECT?
Yes, any registered architect may be used, provided that their credentials have been signed off and approved by the HOA. The estate will also have a panel of recommended architects. The adjudication and application of all rules are governed by the HOA.
CAN WE USE OUR OWN BUILDER?
Yes, any NHBRC registered builder may be used, provided that their credentials have been signed off and approved by the HOA. The adjudication and application of all rules are governed by the HOA.
Contractors will also be required to subscribe to and act in accordance with the rules and guidelines set out by the HOA.
DO I HAVE TO BUILD WITHIN A CERTAIN TIME FRAME?
Construction must commence within 12 months of receiving transfer of any stand within RedStone Private Country Estate. Construction must be completed within 12 months of commencing construction If these conditions are not complied with, penalty levies will be incurred and clearance certificates will not be issued.
ARE PETS ALLOWED AT REDSTONE PRIVATE COUNTRY ESTATE?
Yes, cats and dogs are allowed. Bird aviaries and outdoor cages for pets are not allowed. Where there is any doubt, the HOA may be approached for specific approval.
AM I PERMITTED TO HAVE HOUSEKEEPING STAFF RESIDENT ON MY PROPERTY?
Yes. Staff accommodation facilities must be seen as an integrated part of the design of the main dwelling and conform to the Architectural Rules and Guidelines of the HOA.
WHAT KIND OF GARDENING AND LANDSCAPING IS PERMITTED?
In keeping with the magnificent surroundings, indigenous and non-invasive landscaping is encouraged. Please refer to the landscaping section of the Architectural Rules and Guidelines.
CONTROL AND OWNERSHIP
Individual stands will be registered as freehold title.
All common property (gatehouse, clubhouse facilities, roads, parks etc.) will be registered in the name of the HOA.
All un-sold land remains vested with the developer.
IS THE PROPERTY SUBJECT TO A LAND CLAIM?
There is no land claim on the property. There was previously a land claim on the property, which has been fully settled through the Land Claims court process. A certificate confirming this settlement is available upon request.