A recent study by New World Wealth confirms that developers are now choosing to create small neighbourhoods within estates, as opposed to having homes spaced evenly around a large property. Seaton is the perfect example of this and is KwaZulu-Natal’s first glimpse of what this new model of development will be like. The Royal Shaka Property Group, which consists of Collins Residential, Grindrod Bank and Nhlangano Sokhela, are redefining estate living in KwaZulu-Natal.
Seaton is situated along 411 hectares of KZN’s prime North Coast land. While it’s first phase may be equestrian focused, the holistic estate aims at providing a secure place to call home for an array of individuals and families.
“Seaton is a R10 billion project that has been uniquely designed to introduce something that has never been seen before in KwaZulu-Natal, especially the North Coast. The Club is an example of how we are truly transforming living in this region. We wanted to ensure that our residents and the North Coast community had access to world-class equestrian facilities, which includes KwaZulu-Natal’s first-ever Olympic-sized indoor and outdoor arenas for show jumping and dressage,” explains Murray Collins, CEO of Collins Residential, a stakeholder in the Royal Shaka Property Group.
“As part of the greater R76 billion North Coast masterplan, Seaton will establish 3776 homes and is undoubtedly designed as a new-generation estate that explores integrated living. It introduces a new way of life to KwaZulu-Natal; starting with the charming country lifestyle at The Club,” ends Collins.