R3,350,000

3 bedroom townhouse for sale in Oaklands

Sleek And Sophisticated

Set in the best part of the complex, away from the street where the only sounds you hear are the birds and the rustling of the leafy trees.

Enter from the charming, water-efficient cactus garden into sheer luxury.

The most generous, spacious open plan chef's superb kitchen with Caeserstone countertops, lounge and dining room with magnificent travertine tiles. Guest loo and fibre throughout.

3 large, sunny bedrooms all en suite with blonde laminated flooring and each opening onto a private balcony where you can sit and drink your morning coffee in peace. The stylish main bedroom features ample mirrored cupboards. The bathrooms are sumptuous and absolutely luxurious, 2 have bathtubs and showers.

The cherry on the top and rare as hen's teeth, this apartment has staff accommodation.

This well run complex is safe and secure, with 24/7 guarded entrance.

Double tiled, automated garage with direct access into the unit.

Lowest ever interest rates and realistic selling price offer you a golden opportunity to own an apartment that will be the envy of your friends.

Close to Oaklands shopping centre, Norwood Mall, Melrose Arch, access routes, religious houses, Charlotte Maxeke hospital, university, good schools.

Property Type
Townhouse
Bedrooms
3
Bathrooms
3
Stand Size
Building Size
214m²
Garages
2
Rates & Taxes
R2,489
Levy
R3,611
Staff Rooms
Yes
Garden
Yes
Pets Allowed
Yes
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townhouse listed on 29 May 2021