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The Summit KZN launches

The Summit KZN launched for sales on 14 and 15 May 2016!

This new and upmarket development is a first of it’s kind for Amanzimtoti and being located in the heart of the rapidly developing “Arbour Town” precint will only add to the appeal and value offering.

As always, Mc Naught and Company are involved with the market leaders, and our appointment as conveyancers by the Alleyroads group brings more than 30 years of specialised conveyancing excellence to the party.

Some of the photos taken at the weekend launch are below and we will keep you updated as construction progresses.

Visit The Summit KZN website for more information and to get in touch with the sales team, alternatively contact our offices.

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