Introducing Quivertree – a trendy, new mixed-use development in Stellenbosch

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Cape-based Flyt Property Investment has announced the official launch of Quivertree, a trendy new property offering in the university town of Stellenbosch, featuring 102 self-catering, fully-furnished apartments for long- and short-term rentals or for purchase, geared not only for the student market also but for young professionals, transient  workers and business travellers.

Quivertree exterior

Shoe-box living and hostel-like halls of residence are a thing of the past, with recent property trends paving the way for next-level accommodation that encompasses clever use of space, furnished offerings, shared work and living areas, on-site amenities, hospitality services and security.  “We wanted to create self-catering pods with all the extra bells and whistles for students, businessmen, golfers and everyone in between!”  says Zane de Decker, MD of Flyt Property Investment.

Quivertree is a 3-storey, mixed-use development that is a blend of student accommodation and short-term stays, bolstered by a strong corporate market comprising 102 studio/one- and two-bedroomed, fully-furnished apartments, some with balconies.    On-site services include a laundry, housekeeping, 24-hour security, a reception desk, underground parking and communal entertainment areas.  WINK Café, launching next year will serve breakfast, lunch and dinner daily, providing a cool space to catch up with friends, do some work or make a few calls – all made easier with complimentary, uninterrupted wi-fi. 

Quivertree’s location is super-convenient with Stellenbosch city centre just a 5-minute drive away and is in close proximity to the University’s campuses.  Cape Town International Airport and both national roads are all within a 20-minute radius - added to which the town is abuzz with shops, restaurants, cafes, boutiques, galleries and museums, and, of course, its wine routes.  

De Decker adds that with price points starting at R979 000, Quivertree definitely makes for affordable living in Stellenbosch.  All 102 apartments are up for sale through the group’s Section 12J Hospitality Select Fund, making this an even more attractive investment, what with the associated tax breaks and benefits.    Furthermore, a rental pool, managed on-site, will give investors a hassle-free, hands-off investment.  

Last modified on Tuesday, 24 November 2020 10:49

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