Touted as the first, truly exclusive residential community in the capital city, Nasese Waters is on the market with 76 home lots, and according to is realtor, they are selling fast.
The upcoming development is located at Nasese, commanding proximity to Suva’s central business district.
“It is only minutes from Suva City, the foreshore of Suva Harbour and a host of Suva's business, recreational, entertainment and dining experiences.”
It notes that the gated community will offer new standards of services and facilities such as a private clubhouse with a swimming pool and BBQ area, landscaped grounds, pedestrian walkways and a jogging track along its canals.
“Round-the-clock security in a tranquil environment will provide peace of mind for residents. Nasese Waters has the social and recreational opportunities for any lifestyle and is set to become the premier luxury residential estate in Suva.”
There is strictly a limited number of lots available for sale for the gated estate, with 24 security services and full perimeter fencing.
In the capital, the only other notable gated community is the Uduya Point Apartments development, which proposes gated security, full perimeter fencing and onsite security guards with CCTV surveillance in Lami, across the CBD on the harbour. The 26 strata titled apartments have been designed to suit professionals seeking time away on business or pleasure.
Fiji’s gated communities are mostly prevalent in the Western division, particularly the tourist town of Nadi, home to the country’s main international airport.
In recent times however, there has been a show of more upmarket private estates expanding beyond the tourist town, such as Vunabaka in the Malolo Islands and Tuvu Bay, between Lautoka City and Ba Town, as well as the Natadola Beach Land Estates near Sigatoka.
Tourism properties that have recently gone on the market include the Mango Bay Resort along the Coral Coast, with an advertised tender closing on April 20 unless sold prior.
The resort area covers 10 acres of beachfront land tucked away from the Queens Highway between Namatakula and Navutulevu villages, with 10 identical absolute beachfront villas facing the ocean and each accommodating its own ensuite and outdoor shower with fixtures and fittings.
Noted is that the resort also offers 8 bures that consist of 2 identical self-contained rooms while 2 bures are used as open family bures together with 8 self-contained lodge, and well positioned to enjoy the seclusion of the Tadrawai Valley.
In Nadi, a sale by tender has been called for Hotel Oasis by owners, Challenge Engineering.
“Tucked away on 1 Ragg Street and a mere stone’s throw away from metropolitan Martintar, Hotel Oasis is a quintessential investment opportunity for the savvy investor looking to extend their footprint into Fiji’s burgeoning hospitality / tourism industry.”
The property covers an acre of Freehold land and offers 33 rooms with private terraces and balconies that were renovated with minimalism and modern designs in 2017.