Palm Lakes through the eyes of Lisa Opperman

Get your slice of the popular, wholesome, family friendly lifestyle offered in Palm Lakes Family Estate.

Dolphin Coast estate living has become the ultimate lifestyle, which most of Gauteng is ‘semigrating’ to and all of Durban is heading towards.

Multi-estate property owner and icon of Dolphin Coast living, Lisa Opperman is in the process of completing her first house in Palm Lakes Family Estate and said it is the best stepping stone for coastal newcomers.

Lisa Opperman loves the organic lifestyle the Dolphin Coast offers.

“Everyone wants that wholesome, innocent environment for their children to grow up in, where they can relax and live as though they are in the “country” away from the busy city buzz. Estate living on the North Coast is about that organic lifestyle,” said Opperman, who has lived in Zimbali since 2008 and together with her husband, Daniel, owns property in Simbithi Eco Estate and Caledon Estate to name a few.

“Driving into Palm Lakes, you get a sense of peace, happiness and family living. We have watched it grow over the years and were so impressed with what they have achieved, that we decided to buy into the estate as an investment.”

Live in a safe environment, knowing you are surrounded by 24 hour security.

Opperman said she believes Palm lakes Estate is the ultimate value for money buy, but you have to be quick as the window period is rapidly closing.

“As a young, married couple, Palm Lakes is really the best move you can make at the moment. You can’t get better value under R3 million a home. Even if you only buy a piece of land, it will be well worth the investment.”

While Palm Lakes is still relatively new, Opperman said it is already a well established estate, which means you won’t feel like you are living on a building site.

Get your slice of the popular, wholesome, family-friendly lifestyle offered in Palm Lakes Family Estate.

“The package this estate offers is well-rounded and diverse. Besides the peace of mind of living in a secure environment, there are also a range of activities such as trail running, stunning swimming pools, an upmarket community centre, fishing, Trinityhouse private school which is part of ADvTECH and the wonderful Dragonfly restaurant. Another major plus is that the estate is pet friendly, which is difficult to find on the Dolphin Coast, so your furbabies can move with you.”

She said the quality of the homes and the architecture is top class, which will ensure that you have a modern, timeless home.

“The homes are on trend with their light, airy, open plan living spaces equipped with all the bells and whistles you can dream of.”

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The North Coast Courier

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