La Récolte May Newsletter

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Property For Sale

Isolation and Loneliness

Recipe of the Month

Fruit Galore and more

Gratitude and Health

Property For Sale

1 Bed Apartment R 1 750 000

La Récolte Retirement Village's independent living Block B offer clients one last chance to purchase a spacious one bedroom apartment. This one bedroom, one bathroom apartment is 62sqm with build in cupboards and its very own balcony from the bedroom.

The bathroom is very spacious with a walk-in shower. The living room and kitchen is open plan with a large sliding door and balcony. This is a ground level unit.

2 Bed Apartment R 2 650 000

This top floor two bedroom, two bathroom unit feels more like a little house than an retirement apartment. The views are spectacular from the balcony and bedrooms and the unit is very spacious. The 79sqm apartment also has a hallway cupboard and study-nook.

The basement parking is included in the price and offers direct access to the building via a lift.

Contact Jessica Kolver

Mobile: 074 888 2132 or


Isolation and Loneliness

We are experiencing a historical moment with an unprecedented challenge of the COVID-19 global pandemic. The outbreak of

COVID-19 will have a long-term and profound impact on our health and well-being. We are at increased risk for loneliness and social isolation because we are more likely to face factors such as living alone, the loss of family or friends and chronic illness. Research has linked social isolation and loneliness to high blood pressure, heart disease, obesity,

a weakened immune system, anxiety and depression,

What can i do to combat isolation and loneliness?

Dining With Others- The act of eating with others is inherently social, dining offers an occasion for catching up and rejoicing with others.

Sense of Purpose- Volunteering is also great way of maintaining and expressing a sense of purpose, and remain active in your hobbies and interests.

Make Family and Friend Interaction a Priority- Visiting family and friends is one of the most important past-times as these catch-ups help combat isolation.

Exercise- Let’s face it; exercise and moving our bodies releases endorphins, reduces stress and just makes us feel good. A positive body image, it can help you not only feel good, but also avoid isolation.