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R78 million Houghton apartment for sale

R78 million apartment is up or sale in Houghton.

The Midday Report's Stephen Grootes asked Chas Everitt's Rory O'Hagen what you get for that hefty price tag?

You get a lot for R78 million and it is a very unique offering.

Rory O'Hagen, Chas Everitt International Property Group

It overlooks the Houghton Golf Course at the Houghton Golf estate.

O'Hagen says the apartment is "1 200 square metres of absolute style, luxury, and elegance."

It's a mansion in the sky.

Rory O'Hagen, Chas Everitt International Property Group

He acknowledges that there is a resurgence of property values in Houghton and location, location, location remains vitally important. A new 6-star hotel is being built there.

He says there is a lot on offer in the area.

The property advert claims: "Highlights include a glamorous rooftop terrace and pool; spectacular views across the northern suburbs; highest-grade security and private elevator access; leading-edge home technologies and elegant interior designs by the Pellerade Design Group.

A designer bar, wine cellar, billiards room, home cinema and meditation room are among the additional luxuries, along with four sumptuous bedroom suites, a separate two-bedroom flat for staff and a five-car garage. Residents of The Houghton also have access to 7,9km of secure walking trails in the precinct, a wellness centre, elegant business meeting rooms and a luxury chauffeur service."

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