3 Bedroom House in Kensington
House for sale in Kensington.
Make this home your own.This Kensington home has 3 large bedrooms all with built in cupboards and wooden floors. An open plan lounge and dining room.A mix of white tiles and wooden floors inviting you in. Two neat tiled bathrooms, one with a bath and the other with a shower. Large Kitchen with original metal cabinets, just needs a little updating. Large back verandah and expansive back lawned garden. Staff accommodation and double tandem garage, as well as plenty of off street parking. This house is neat and painted white throughout. A blank canvas waiting for your creative input to make it your own.
Opposite Rhodes park. Prime Kensington position. Close to Mosques,churches, Eastgate and excellent schools.
Good security and alarm.A perfect starter home.
Kensington overview with Mike
What makes Kensington a great suburb?
One the oldest and most established suburbs in Johannesburg, Jacaranda lined streets, well priced properties, fully Fibre Internet enabled, great schools in Kensington and in nearby Bedfordview, a Heritage suburb.
The typical buyer
Family oriented, looking to be well located in relation to the great schools in the suburb and surrounding Kensington.
Typically properties range from R950 000 to beyond R 3 million - really a suburb offering a wide range. There are many properties with cottages for rental, rentals can begin as low as R 4500 for a cottage to R 25000 for a house.
Popular in this area
Jeppe Preparatory School, Jeppe School for Girls, Jeppe School for Boys, Leicester Road Primary School, Reddam, St. Benedicts Rhodes Park including the Tennis Club, Queen Street Business Hub, Eastgate Shopping Centre
Currently Kensington is a well priced suburb in comparison to other similar Johannesburg suburbs. An ongoing trend is for buyers to purchase older homes and renovate.
Get to know Johannesburg
Johannesburg is known by various names just as diverse as the residents - Jozi, Jo’burg, Joeys, eGoli. From its humble beginning as a mining town, Johannesburg has evolved into a buzzing urban hub of activity. From high rises dotting the skyline to leafy suburbs with sprawling properties, the city reflects the history of its growth and major events in Southern African history.
property listed on 30 Oct 2017