5 Bedroom House in Kensington

R 1 900 000

George van Blerk

Ideal Property

Dean Thurley

Ideal Property

Mickey Collins

Ideal Property

5 Bedroom House in Kensington

R 1 900 000

aberfeldy road
5 Beds
4 Baths
Land Area 714 m²
Rates R 636

Beautiful renovation combining old and new.

This home has been brought into this century with love and attention. The lovely wooden floors, fireplaces and pressed steel ceilings have been retained whilst all doors and window frames have been replaced with low maintenance aluminium.

Entrance hall, lounge with fireplace and a dining room which is open plan onto the modern kitchen but also leads to the covered patio with a built in braai and alfresco dining area.

There is a separate scullery and laundry area off the kitchen.

3 bedrooms and 2 modern bathrooms (MES).

There are 2 bachelor style cottages. They both need some finishing off.

Space for a pool.

Double carport off one street entrance and a driveway with parking for 8 cars off another road.

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Key Property Features

5
Bedrooms
4
Bathrooms
2
Covered Parkings
1
Dining Areas
2
En-suite
2
Lounges
Access Gate
Electric Fencing
Entrance Hall
Fireplace
Garden
Garden Cottage
Kitchen
Laundry
Paving
Pets Allowed
Satellite
Scullery
Staff Quarters

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Dean Thurley

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Mickey Collins

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