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Win the biggest prize in Estate Living! Demand for estate living is on an upward trajectory as security is paramount in people’s lives.

Secure gated communities offer families peace of mind coupled with the freedom of movement and an ideal community lifestyle. Perfectly placed to take advantage of this trend – Eye of Africa Golf and Residential Estate in the south of Johannesburg epitomises the ethos of secure living balanced with nature and the great outdoors.

The Eye of Africa was first introduced to the market over a decade ago. During the past couple of years, the new developers have fast-tracked the infrastructure and lifestyle facilities, offering homeowners access to new amenities. A variety of investment options from freehold stands, two cluster developments to its latest offering of apartment living launching next month, means that young professionals, couples, families and empty nesters can make this golf and residential estate, their new home.

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The convenience of having all of one’s lifestyle needs met in one beautiful (and secure) environment, Eye of Africa’s lifestyle offerings include a signature Greg-Norman design 18-hole championship golf course which was built during the first phase of development, a convenience store for topping up on pantry necessities, Central Park with resort pool and ice-cream parlour for the kiddies, tennis and basketball courts and a fully-equipped gym.

The estate is host to the fourth season of Win A Home South Africa’s favourite design and décor reality show, broadcast every Friday at 4pm on Afternoon Express, SABC3.  Win A Home is the largest prize on South African television – a brand new home to the value of R3 million.  SABC viewers stand a chance to win one of the three beautifully designed three bedroom, two bathroom cluster homes at the luxury Eye of Africa Golf and Residential Estate this season.

To enter and win the competition, visit www.eyeofafrica.co.za for further information about the lifestyle estate.


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