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Are there general rules that apply to owning a stand at Stanhaven?2021-02-26T10:49:55+00:00

Yes, there are a number of rules that apply, all of which are contained in the Stanhaven Constitution, a copy of which each owner receives on acquiring a stand and which each owner undertakes to abide by.

You can also view the rules on this site.

If I want to build a house, can I choose any style I like?2020-09-29T17:03:06+01:00

No, there are quite comprehensive building guidelines that apply to building and these must be adhered to. Click here for a copy of the Stanhaven design guidelines.

Is Stanhaven owned by any other property group?2020-09-29T17:02:22+01:00

No, Stanhaven belongs to its individual members.

Is Stanhaven a sectional title development?2020-09-29T17:02:00+01:00

No, all stands at Stanhaven are free-hold.

What is the average price of a stand at Stanhaven?2021-02-26T10:51:09+00:00

Stands vary in price according to size and location. Click here for contact details for local Stanford estate agents.

Who runs/manages Stanhaven?2021-02-26T10:53:00+00:00

Stanhaven has a managing agent, located in Gansbaai, as well as a board of not less than 5 trustees, headed by a chairman. The managing agent and trustees take joint responsibility in the day-to-day affairs of Stanhaven.

Is there a body corporate or homeowners’ association?2020-09-29T17:00:51+01:00

There is a homeowners’ association and anyone acquiring a stand at Stanhaven automatically becomes a member of the homeowners’ association.

What does the levy cover?2020-09-29T17:00:21+01:00

The levy covers the maintenance of all common property, including all gardens, dams, paths and roads, as well as the walls, fences, mechanical and electrical components for various installations and both Eskom and municipal infrastructure. It also covers the management fee, as well as all insurance premiums and security on certain installations.

Do the owners of stands pay a levy?2021-02-26T10:53:52+00:00

Yes, there is a monthly levy payable (currently approximately R1,000/month).

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