Buh Rain Estate Cape Town

Buh Rain Estate Cape Town

Buh-Rein Estate is a Lifestyle development Durbanville in the Northern Suburbs of Cape Town South Africa. The Developer, MSP developments, followed a holistic approach to the planning of the estate and has won numerous awards for the ingenuity in the overall design applied. From their Website:  Buh-Rein Estate offers a rich indigenous environment. Buh-Rein has got the balance right between strategically placed utilities and environmental considerations. Indigenous vegetation attracts endemic bird and insect species, freshens the air and cools temperatures – important in a development that has a lot of building fabric, as Buh-Rein does. The landscaping comprises over 2000 trees: Species including Cape Ash (Ekebergia capensis) and Waterberry (Syzygium) create shady areas along the streets and in the park areas while Yellowwoods (Podocarpus falcatus) are set to line adjacent Darwin Road, taking the greenery even beyond the estate walls.Running through the middle of Buh-Rein is a linked series of 10 detention ponds that filter and transport stormwater. This green zone falls in the powerline servitude and serves a vital water drainage role, but it has also been landscaped for the enjoyment of residents – not to mention the local birdlife. A well-lit, paved pedestrian path meanders around the outside of the ponds, making the area charming by day or night. Strollers can cross the ponds on timber bridges, placed at various crossing points.All the plants at Buh-Rein are water-wise and are irrigated using treated effluent water. This adds another string to Buh-Rein’s bow as a “green estate”. For more information go to their Website: buhreinestate.co.za

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