Community is everything at Arabella!

Community is everything at Arabella!

At Arabella Country Estate, we believe that community is what makes our estate one of the best in the Western Cape and is one of the key reasons why we are consistently voted one of the top 10 estates to live in!

In order to build and maintain happy relationships with our home owners at Arabella, we have embarked on a range of activities and mediums to cater for all needs. The HOA regularly communicates with home owners via email, whatsapp and a private secure Facebook Home Owners Group. We also hold regular home owner get togethers, dinners, socials, wine tasting events, bridge clubs, birding walks, yoga on the lagoon decks, and in summer our all-time favourite sundowners on the decks over-looking the magnificent Botriver lagoon.

“A happy community is a happy estate,” says estate manager, Dirk Uys. “We have managed to build a wonderful community with Arabella’s diverse group of home owners. It’s lovely to see a community who look after each other and enjoy this wonderful place together.”

To join this community and become a home owner at Arabella Country Estate please visit:

Website – www.arabellacountryestate.co.za

Facebook – @ArabellaCountryEstate

Twitter – @ArabellaEstate

Instagram – @arabellacountryestate

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