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Description

Available for sale is a neat and Tidy 1 bedroom unit in the sort after John Ross House. Measuring 55 SQM in size. The unit is currently tenanted out with a monthly rental income of R 5000 which is the going rate in the building for units of this size. This Block is located in the heart of the Durban CBD and Surrounded by several amenities such as the Popular Work shop , grocery stores , multiple schools and colleges , on taxi route and a mere 2 minute walk to the Durban Beaches , this unit offers a great opportunity for investors to add to existing portfolio's or as a first time buy or end user.

The Durban CBD is continuously growing in demand as the tenant rate is high as many individuals within the city require central living to get from Point A to B as public transport is the main mode of transportation for several. The property boosts Kitchen with Bic and counter tops with sink & Spacious lounge which can be used as a second bedroom and the main bedroom with Bic and stunning views of Durban & DStv connection & 24 Hour security & Access controlled, Bathroom area with Toilet and bathtub. Asking price is R 470 000,00

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Details

Updated on March 10, 2021 at 7:37 pm

  • Reference #: 1321829
  • Price: R470,000
  • Suburb / Town: Durban
  • Property Type: Apartment / Flat
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Stand Size: 55.0 m²
  • Rates & Taxes: R 350
  • Levy: R 1014

Additional Features

    • Bedroom Features:
    • BIC,stunning views,dstv connection
    • Bathroom Features:
    • Toilet,sink,bathtub
    • Kitchen Features:
    • BIC, Sink and counter tops
    • Security Features:
    • CCTV Cameras, 24 Hour Security ,

    Address

    20 Margaret Mncadi Avenue

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