The Groenkloof Gardens
Retirement Village

The Groenkloof Gardens Retirement Village

Groenkloof Gardens is tucked away in a peaceful valley covered in fynbos
and surrounded by farmlands to the East, the neighbourhoods of
Groenkloof Woods, Village, Welgelegen, and Kraaibosch Manor.

The Groenkloof Retirement Village - Residential home sizes

Groenkloof Gardens

Residential home sizes

118 houses

92 m 2 - 174 m 2
2 Bed / 3 Bed
1 Garage / 2 Garages

Groenkloof Gardens is being developed in three phases. Contact our marketing team for information on available properties in the different phases.

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The Groenkloof Retirement Village - Residential home sizes

Groenkloof
Gardens Attributes...

A Distinguishing feature is the Fynbos vegetation.

Modern house designs and finishes.

Gated community with controlled access and electrified perimeter fencing.

Low-maintenance architecture makes for affordable and stable levies.

Eco-conscious solar-powered geysers and rainwater tanks.

Full access and use of communual facilities in the Woods and at the Hub.

Pet friendly

The Property

Groenkloof Gardens comprises of 118 houses available on life right or own title. The Gardens shares community and administrative facilities with Groenkloof Woods. Security in the Gardens comprise of access control and an electrified perimeter fence.

Independent Living

Gardens residents, 50 years and older, live independently in their homes and are able to perform activities of daily living independently. Although they are self-sufficient, they have immediate access to either short-, transitional-, or long-term care options should they need it. In addition, they enjoy health services such as an emergency stabilisation service, a panic button for 24-hour medical emergencies, weekday clinic services, advance care planning, and as Groenkloof residents, preferential admission to the Care Unit.

Gardens residents may order meals from the kitchen. However, they are exempted from Groenkloof’s compulsory 10 meals per person per month policy.

All Gardens residents belong to the Homeowners’ Association which looks after the shared interests of the Gardens residents and owns and manages communal infrastructure and facilities and ensures the financial stability of the Village.

Communal Facilities

Gardens residents share communal facilities with Woods residents. These facilities are situated in the Jan Pienaar Centre, Woods, and comprise offices, meeting rooms, the dining room, braai facilities, recreation rooms, and a library.

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All Groenkloof residents have access to the communal facilities at the Hub. The facilities promoting social interaction are the following:

  • The Groenkloof Wellness and Aquatic Centre
  • Restaurant
  • Hall for ceremonies, meetings, and events.
  • Workshops for wood and metalwork.
  • Art and pottery studios.
  • Residents have easy access to administrative support staff at the Hub and may acquire extra storage facilities there, if available.
  • Storage garages.
  • On-site security office
  • Offices

George Care Unit

All Groenkloof residents have preferential access to the Groenkloof Care Units in George or Great Brak River where long-term- and palliative care is offered.

Groenkloof Gardens Residents enjoy care benefits such as:

  • 24/7 emergency stabilisation service
  • Clinic services during weekdays
  • Panic button for medical emergencies
  • Advance Care planning
  • Reduced monthly Care Unit tariff ( not available to lessees or non-Groenkloof owners)
  • Life Right holders may purchase an Assisted Living Apartment at reduced prices
  • Continuous improvement, maintenance, and replacement of care equipment
  • Access to all Groenkloof communal facilities

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The Groenkloof Retirement Village - Community Facility

Gardens
Site Plan

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Groenkloof Gardens Location

Groenkloof Gardens is situated to the south of Groenkloof Woods. Entry to the village is from Hardepeer Avenue.

From Knysna Road turn into Mount Vista Drive. At the stop street, turn right into Groenkloof Avenue, and turn right into Groenkloof Boulevard. At the stop sign, turn left into Hardepeer Avenue and turn right at the entrance gate to Groenkloof Gardens, opposite Groenkloof Woods