Rabie Property Group has just launched Bow Tie, their first smart-enabled residential development built around green and smart design principles.
Situated in their multigeneration Burgundy Estate in Cape Town, Bow Tie consists of contemporary designed apartments and townhouses with open-plan living areas and surrounded by landscaped gardens. It also has private and secure parking, solar panels and high-speed fibre.
But, what sets Bow Tie apart, is the cutting-edge technological advantage all the homes are equipped with.
According to Rabie director Miguel Rodrigues, people’s lives have become very integrated with technology, and so could their homes.
As Rabie’s first smart-enabled development, each Bow Tie home enjoys not only high-speed fibre but also its very own Google Nest Hub loaded with the latest Google Assistant. “You can add as many modules as you like, whether you want it to control your lights, regulate the interior temperature, or operate your TV,” says Rodrigues. “We’re also fitting each home with an intelligent home security system, manageable from your smartphone. Designed for modern living, the integrated app will give you peace of mind that your home is safe whether you’re there or not.”
Apartment prices start from R845,000, while a three-bedroom townhouse with a private garden is available from R1,88m (both prices include VAT).
The first phase, launched on 1 October, will consist of 48 apartments and 12 houses. Bow Tie will eventually comprise 88 apartments and 18 townhouses around a green park with a children’s play area.
Burgundy Estate has become a sought-after multi-generational estate, with a variety of amenities such as its own convenience shopping centre, Burgundy Square.
With the additional investment from local government and developers in the upgrade of the surrounding arterial roads, as well as the new Richmond commercial development, the entire node is progressing well.