Investment property in heart of Brooklyn. Consisting of 4 Lofts, 1 Thatch flatlet, 1 Separate Granny Flat with own Entrance, and a good sized main House with 4 Bedrooms or 3 Bedrooms and a study. This property is a must own. Currently generating income from the 4 Lofts, and owners staying in the main house. Property has right of business with 60% occupation. This property is only to be viewed by appointment and per-approval. Summary of property will be sent to interested buyer to evaluate and view possible income to be generated. Brooklyn is becoming a fenced access controlled area, the property is perfectly situated and adds the benefit of not being visible to the un trained eye. The property generates R28000.00 pm alone just on the 4 lofts that are rented. This excludes the "Granny" flat. House has been maintained and taken care of beautifully with not a cent to be spent. Income potential just on Lofts and Granny flat alone up to R35000.00pm! Designated parking for each tenant and situated away from the main residence!
4 Bedrooms (or 3 Bedrooms and study)
1 Big Dining room
1 Guest toilet
4 Lofts Spacious and Modern
1 Thatch Flatlet
1 Granny flat with separate entrance, parking and social area.
Stone Throw from Brooklyn Mall
Easy access to main road access
Close to sought after schools
2 Large shopping centers in area just around the corner from Brooklyn Mall or 5 Min drive from Menlyn Mall.
This property is really a gem. With the right vision and business savvy this place will far more than pay for itself.
Upon inquiring I will send you a Investment summery of property with current income generated and then potential scenarios.
Call to arrange your private viewing now!
Brooklyn is a suburb of the city of Pretoria, South Africa. It is a well-established area, lying to the east of the city center, encompassing high-end residential properties and several upmarket mall developments. It borders the University of Pretoria to its north and the suburbs of Groen Kloof and Waterkloof to its south. Brooklyn is also the location of Pretoria Boys High School. The Brooklyn Mall opened in 1989.
The suburb was established on an old farm called Uitval in 1902 and takes its name from the surveyor James Brook.
According to the South African National Census of 2011, 4,177 people lived in Brooklyn.
74.8% were White, 18.8% Black African, 2.2% Indian or Asian and 1.6% Coloured.
51.3% spoke Afrikaans, 33.8% English, 2.4% Northern Sotho, 1.9% Tswana and 10.6% some other language as their first language.