A freehold-type property with a main house, entertainment area and three flatlets, each with their own separate entrance, is being brought to auction.
“The home also has an open-plan lounge and kitchen with tiled floors and built-in wooden cupboards that are in great condition,” Jovanovski says.
“Additionally, the home boasts a large entrance/reception area. The third bedroom does not have an en suite bathroom, but sports small built-in cupboards.”
She says the second bedroom, with en suite bathroom, needs to be repainted and work needs to be down on the ceiling.
“Predominately, the home has beautiful pine ceilings throughout and all the bedroom windows have high burglar bars,” she says.
“The entertainment area is extremely big. It sports a built-in braai, wooden concertina doors leading to a pool area, a water point for a basin, bathroom with a double shower, and small room that can be used as a bedroom.”
Jovanovski says the area was built on to the original house, and has corrugated roofing.
“The property has a pool area, however, the pool is not currently filled, and the pump needs repairing,” she says.
In terms of the flatlets, the three buildings are similar. One has a kitchenette and is joined to the main house. They are all open-plan and have separate entrances.
The property has two automated double garage doors leading to undercover parking, and there is electrical fencing around the perimeter.
Despite having a modest appearance, Jovanovski says the home has enormous value, given the three present flatlets on site.
“The reason the property is extremely sought after has to do with where it is positioned,” she says.
“It is really close to great schools, the train station, N1 and other vital amenities. You can enjoy visiting the variety of shops and restaurants, or partake in many fun activities that can be enjoyed the by the entire family.”
The auction will be via silent tender, with tenders closing on Wednesday, 23 November 2016 at 12h00.
“The guided price is R1.95 million, however, all offers will be reverted to the seller – so don’t hesitate to bid,” says Jovanovski.
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In following with the terms of Rawson Auctions, there is no registration fee to bid. However, a deposit of 5% of the purchase price, as well as 10% commission plus VAT over and above the purchase price is to be paid to Rawson Auctions by the buyer on acceptance of seller.
Bidders are required to be registered, and must have certified copies of their identity documents and proof of residence with them.