NEWS AND VIEWS

Catch up on all the latest news coming out of Eastlands, including our official press announcements


Celebrating the freedom of the new retirement

Post by: Eastlands Estate, 01 Apr 2018

It’s Freedom Month! As an active over 50, do you ever stop to think what freedom means to you? Is it perhaps your upcoming retirement and freedom from having to work? Maybe your children are about to fly the coop and you’re looking forward to the freedom of a quieter home? Or perhaps all that has already happened and you’re loo...

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Last chance to secure your forever home at Eastlands as Phase 6 opens

Post by: Eastlands Estate, 26 Feb 2018

With Phases 1, 2 and 3 completely sold out and only a handful of units left in Phases 4 and 5, we’re delighted to announce we have opened up Phase 6 – the final development phase in Eastlands Mature Lifestyle Estate. Given the quality of our homes, the nature of our beautiful setting, and the world-class facilities we host at Eastlands...

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Memorial service announcement for Andre Botha

Post by: Eastlands Estate, 19 Feb 2018

It is with great sadness that we inform you that Andre Botha passed away on Friday evening, 16 February 2018. Andre was part of the visionary team behind Eastlands, a renowned businessman, loving family man and a real friend who nurtured lifelong friendships. A memorial service will be held for Andre on Friday, 23 February 2018 at 11:00 at the Ea...

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Peace-of-mind security at Eastlands

Post by: Eastlands Estate, 08 Feb 2018

Security is top of mind for all South Africans. But for many older people, especially those living alone, ensuring their personal safety is an ongoing concern. In fact, improved security is one of the primary reasons over 50s choose to sell their private homes and move into secure estates. That being said, older people often don’t want to gi...

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New year's resolutions that are just for over 50s? You bet!

Post by: Eastlands Estate, 18 Jan 2018

Happy 2018! Wishing you and your family a wonderful year ahead! Speaking of the new year, you know what that means – resolutions! By now you know the drill all too well: 1 January rolls around and you greet the day with a long list of well-meaning intentions, everything from eating healthier to finally sitting down and getting to all those b...

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Taste the sweet life, at Eastlands

Post by: Eastlands Estate, 05 Dec 2017

We all know Eastlands dishes up the best in secure, upmarket independent living for active over 50s. But did you know it also boasts an outstanding restaurant serving the most tantalising treats? Managed by Geratec, the restaurant features everyday favourites, as well as gourmet delights, at budget-friendly prices. Where else could you find baked...

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December 2017: Construction Schedule

Post by: Eastlands Estate, 01 Dec 2017

BUILDING                            WEEK 1: Complete rafts phase 5, brickwork phase 5, roofing phase 5, snagging phase 4                &nb...

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November 2017: Construction Schedule

Post by: Eastlands Estate, 01 Nov 2017

BUILDING            WEEK 1: Rafts phase 5A, brickwork phase 5A, finishing phase 4 A, B & C                   WEEK 2: Landscaping phase 4C, rafts phase 5B, brickwork phase 5A, finishing phase 4 A, B &...

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Why now is a good time to buy a retirement property

Post by: Eastlands Estate, 26 Oct 2017

If the costs of managing and maintaining a bigger home are beginning to become prohibitive; you’re looking for the safety and security offered by estate living; or you’re starting to plan for your retired or semi-retired future in a few years’ time, then you may be thinking of selling your home. One of the biggest questions homeo...

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Don't want to burden your family?

Post by: Eastlands Estate, 16 Oct 2017

Then independent estate living is for you. When we recently launched our Lifestyle Centre to the Eastlands and broader Benoni community, we had a chance to catch up with many residents about their Eastlands experience so far. What was interesting to note was the number of people who had chosen to live at Eastlands because they felt there were few ...

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