Mashonaland Holdings Set To Launch Bluff Hill Housing Project

By Tafadzwa Mupfururirwa
HARARE – Zimbabwe Stock Exchange listed property firm, Mashonaland Holdings Limited’s Bluff Hill housing project is set to be officially launched this Friday following the completion of a model show house that preludes the construction of 24 other units in the next 18 months.
Upcoming 25-unit Cluster housing development in Bluff Hill Harare. It will be the company’s latest additions to the portfolio on Friday the 11th of June 2021.
Mashview Gardens is sitting on 2.3 hectares of land, it will have 25 contemporary cluster houses with each one sitting on stand sizes ranging between 600-900sqm with a generous floor area of 190m².
The concept design of the cluster houses offers 2 types of single storey houses in a gated and walled complex offering 24-hour security.
Each cluster house will have three bedrooms; Type 1 house sits on 190m² and with two of the three bedrooms with en-suites and Type 2 houses have one en-suite bedroom and sits on 173m² floor area. All the 25 units will have an entrance through shaded portico into generous hallway looking through to the established gardens.
Spacious double volume living and dining area with vaulted ceilings and exposed trusses. The kitchen will be fully fitted with granite tops.
Two of the bedrooms including the main will have large en-suite bathrooms for type 1, a guest bathroom will be accessible to the third bedroom and visitors.
The generous main bedroom has dressing room and en suite with twin basins, own patio onto garden. All the bedrooms including the kitchen will have modern fitted cupboards finished to the buyer’s taste. The house will be tiled throughout and very tastefully finished if required.
The whole complex will be serviced by prolific boreholes, one already sunk and a guard house as well as pretty, established gardens with an asphalt driveway and covered carport suitable for parking two family vehicles.
The model house has been completed and will be open for viewing from the 12th of June 2021 onwards. The idea of the model house is to allow prospective customers to view and suggest any changes they may require within the main perimeter wall.

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