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This very large property of 1413sqm erf consists of a main house currently used as offices with a reception area and 5 offices complimented by a fitted kitchen, one full bathroom and a guest loo.

The outbuildings consist of :

A storeroom with two toilets

A fitted bachelor flat that is currently tenanted 

A one bedroomed fitted flat that is tenanted.

Both flats are currently tenanted on a month to month basis

There is ample yard space to erect two 100sqm warehouses with 12 meter height

and adequate parking space to service both.

The driveway on the side of the house can easily accommodate light commercial vehicles through the remote-controlled gates. Albert Road is a hive of commercial activity with easy access to the main arterial routes into and out of the city.

This property is ideal for the client which is wanting to own their own premises or expand their current operating area with earning a monthly rental income.

The property  is currently zoned Res 1 but can easily be rezoned to a business zoning in line with the numerous other business properties operating in Albert Road.

This is a great buy for both a commercial investor or the occupying owner.

Give me a call if you would like to view

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Updated on December 1, 2021 at 3:00 am

  • Reference #: 1332666
  • Price: R1,599,000
  • Suburb / Town: Gqeberha, Port Elizabeth
  • Property Type: House
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Living Areas: 2
  • Study: 1
  • Building Size: 170.0 ㎡
  • Stand Size: 1413.0 m²
  • Rates & Taxes: R 1500

Key Property Features

  • Pets Allowed
  • Separate Flatlet

Additional Features

  • Carports:2
  • Staff Quarters:1
  • Garden:1
  • Bedroom Features:
  • Used as offices
  • Kitchen Features:
  • fully fitted
  • Garden Features:
  • Enclosed yard


102 Albert Road

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