Modern beautifully furnished and equipped 2 bad 2 bath 3rd floor spacious apartment in Sandton Central.
Beautiful large modern entertainers kitchen, ceasarstone tops. Large breakfast bar.
Luxuriously furnished lounge with large L-shaped couch, large flat screen tv with entertainment system. (DSTV Full bouquet included in the rental) (Also includes a cleaner once a week)
Dining room, balcony with views toward Sandton.
Two good size bedrooms with high quality bedding, pls look at the pics.
Air conditioning and heating.
This building has a gym and swimming pool.
24 hour concierge, 24 hour security, extensive cctv system, ADT.
Available immediately, 1 October, mid October or 1 November.
About the area:
One more of a series of suburbs in Johannesburg with the word ‘park’ interjected in the name, Parkmore, neighbour to Sandown and Benmore, regards itself as a village.
The pretty suburb does indeed boast the open spaces of George Lea Park, the Field and Study Park, but it also lies bounded by Graystone Drive to the west, Sandton Drive to the south and the Braamfontein Spruit and William Nicol to the east, making access in and around Sandton and the city extremely good.
Sedate Parkmore is dominated by homes built in the late 1960s and 1970s, something of an ‘ugly sister’ when described in Sandton terms, but no less appealing for its position in the northern leafy spheres of Johannesburg. The major reason for living and staying here is that Parkmore is but a stone’s throw from Sandton’s CBD. Homes might be modest, but they’re by no means small and gardens are large, leafy and established.
That the River Club Golf course lies on the northern boundary of Parkmore is rather appealing to members and residents. The exclusive 18-hole members-only club is one of the city’s better golf courses, even if it doesn’t allow visitors.
Nelson Mandela Square, in the heart of Sandton, is close by - a fashionable and busy area with sidewalk cafés and over 90 shops that put paid to any attempts to remain within budget, the square dominated by the statue of Nelson Mandela and the hustle and bustle of Johannesburg’s elite.