3 Bed Townhouse in Oakdene
R 1 500 000
Sarel du Plessis
3 Bed Townhouse in Oakdene
R 1 500 000Can I afford this?
This double storey unit will blow your breath away as you step through the front door. The entire 174sqm property has been completely renovated with top finishes and is basically a brand new home.
Downstairs you have a very spacious open plan lounge overlooking the dining room and kitchen. A complete separate scullery and laundry has been added which also leads to the garage. Upstairs youll find a spacious study area and the three large bedrooms of which two lead onto a balcony overlooking the private back garden. You also have two bathrooms of which one is en-suite and a guest downstairs.
Parking is not a problem with an automated garage, a dedicated steel carport and lots of visitors parking within the complex.
24hr access control with security guards makes this one of the most secure complexes and state of the art security at the unit gives you complete peace of mind especially for a lock up-and-go scenario.
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Lying to the south of the centre of Johannesburg, Oakdene nestles in amongst its neighbouring suburbs of Linmeyer, Glenvista, Glenanda and Bassonia, five kilometres from Gold Reef City and close enough to the airport to make it there in 20 minutes or so.
Parts of Oakdene rest on a hill that at night has incredible views over Johannesburg, and the kopjie on Southpansberg provides residents with a natural and less austere view than many similar northern suburbs.
Access from Oakdene to the N12 and consequently the M1 is very good too and local shopping centres including The Glen Shopping Centre, Comaro Crossing and Comaro View as well as schools such as Marist Brothers which is but a stones throw away make it an easy and extremely convenient space in which to reside.
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The Johannesburg South Neighbourhood includes the suburbs of Bassonia, Glenvista, Lenasia, Oakdene, Winchester Hills and Mulbarton. Although the area is being developed fast, Johannesburg South still retains much of its natural beauty. With the endless hills disappearing into the horizon, and many exclusive wildlife estates, one might imagine being in a nature reserve. "The South", as it is most commonly referred to by the locals, is mainly divided into two main parts - the older part on the north side of the N12, and the newer part on the south of the highway. The people of "the South" are family-orientated and active.Find out more about Johannesburg South