Over 500 medium density residential stands are up for grabs at the Remainder of Junction Farm, Stellenbosch managing director Kudakwashe Musungwa Zvinavashe has said.
Kudakwashe Musungwa Zvinavashe
Junction Farm, which is located directly opposite Stop Over along the Masvingo-Great Zimbabwe road, recently got the nod from the relevant authorities to start developing the area.
Zvinavashe confirmed the development and said they expect to commence developing roads and servicing the stands as early as next month.
“We are now in the final stages and we expect to complete the paperwork by end of this month. We expect to start constructing the roads, laying sewer and water pipes in March and complete the work before year end. We also have stands for offices, churches, commercial operations, schools and clinics. Those who want to buy the stands should visit our offices and register their interest at Stellenbosch Investments who are the administrators of the Remainder of the Junction Farm,” said Zvinavashe.
The stand sizes range between 800 and 4 000 square metres. Stellenbosch Investments’ application to Masvingo City to develop Junction Farm into residential stands was approved by council late last year.
“Everything is above board; we got approval from council and now we are finalizing paperwork with the physical planning department. We expect developers to start work by March 1, 2016, and those who want to buy any of the stands should register their interest at our offices at number 9 Hellet Street, Masvingo,” Zvinavashe said.