3 Bedroom House in Kensington

R 1 699 000

Rachel Malan

Rawson Property Group-Edenglen

3 Bedroom House in Kensington

R 1 699 000

35 patrol street
3 Beds
2 Baths
1 Garages
Land Area 654 m²
Rates R 413

This property is located in the beautiful quiet tree lined suburb of Kensington.

The lounge has bay windows which makes the room bright and sunny, with oregon pine floors and pressed ceilings ad a fire place for the cold winter days. There is a a separate dining room that leads into the modern kitchen with gas hob and oven with an extractor fan. You have 3 spacious bedrooms with built in cupboards and oregon pine floors. Main bedroom has a bay window. Bathrooms have been renovated.

Windows and doors all have burglar proofing.

There is an outside room that can be converted into a cottage or work from home.

There is a garden, with high walls and an alarm. The roof is corrugated, driveway is paved there is one garage but plenty of space for extra parking.

Close to Eastgate, Bedford Centre, Park Meadows Shopping Centre, Bedford Garden Hospital,

Close to all major highways and OR Tambo International Airport, Johannesburg Central Business District.

Close to many good Schools in the area such as, Assumption Convent, Bishop Bavin, Redham, St Benedicts, St Andrews, Saheti, Jeppe Preparatory, Jeppe Boys, Jeppe Girls, Leicester Road, Bedfordview Primary, Kensington Ridge.

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