3 Bedroom House in Kensington

R 970 000 Negotiable

George Tselas

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3 Bedroom House in Kensington

R 970 000 Negotiable

12 emerald street
3 Beds
1 Baths
1 Garages
Floor Area 20 m²
Land Area 357 m²
Rates R 207

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A family home with 2 cottages located in Kensington, Johannesburg. The house is near schools and shops. The ceilings in the house is a combination of pressed and wooden ceilings. The flooring are wooden throughout the house. There is an entrance hall. A lounge. The kitchen is small and dated with a single sink and a freestanding four plate stove. There are three bedrooms with built in cupboards. One full standard bathroom tiled to the ceiling with a bath, a toilet and a basin. There is one lock up garage and additional parking available. The garden is established, and neat. The home also offers a one bedroom, one bathroom, a lounge, and a kitchen cottage. It is currently being used as a studio and there is a lease in place. The security includes security doors. The property could be bought as a good investment and both cottages are making extra income by leasing out the cottages. Come View!

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Key Property Features

3
Bedrooms
1
Bathrooms
1
Garages
1
Lounges
Entrance Hall
Flatlets
Garden
Paving
Pets Allowed
Tv

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3 Bedroom House in Kensington

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