Golf Estate set to change face of Harare

Staff Reporter


Across Solomon Mujuru Drive (formerly Kirkman) and opposite the giant National Sports Stadium, itself a centre of attraction, and soon a lot is going to change as the Hills Golf Estate project roars to life.

The Warren Hills Golf Estate has breathtaking designs with a promise of a futuristic golfing estate that is incomparable.

As the face of Harare is racing towards huge changes, pundits have begun to speculate that the Hills Golf Estate will be used as the signature feature in destination marketing and city branding.

The Hills Golf Estate comes with a PGA standard golf course that will undoubtedly be used as the main course for tours and championship matches as Zimbabweans especially Harare residents are fast becoming golf addicts.

Situated west of Harare along Solomon Mujuru Drive and bounded by Sherwood and Harare Drive — the rebranded Hills Golf Estate promises to be the best feature in the city.

Punctuating the green fairways lined by giant baobab trees and other indigenous tree species will be exquisite tailored villas, premium apartments and penthouses.

It becomes the second Golf Estate in Harare after the Brooke.

Modern architecture decorate the built up landscape that constitute two palatial double story penthouses that come with rooftop swimming pools affording the owners to have a bird’s eye view of the undulating 18-hole golf course.

The lifestyle estate that combines the live, work, shop and play concept has a shopping mall, medical centre and an old people’s home and different sporting activities like tennis and swimming.

Property developer and WestProp chief executive Ken Sharpe is upbeat with the development and reckons “Harare will never be the same with the picturesque signature development”.

“We have used the best architects and designers and married the designs with our local environment. Our aim is to ensure quality is not compromised. We are bringing the best,” he said.

Sharpe said WestProp has a departure point with other developers.

“We are a lifestyle developer. We do not develop and abandon the estate. We stay to ensure standards are always maintained,” he said.



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