Property Type Land Situated in the fast growing industrial area of Meyerton, located on the R59 freeway south of Johannesburg, Ekhurhuleni, Meyerton and the Vaal Triangle. This 5 acre (1 of 3 adjacent stands) vacant land zone "industrial 1" is strategically positioned on the R59 and Johan Le Roux interchange with a railway line within 100m of the development, running parallel to the R59 from Germiston through Meyerton to Vereeniging. Within meters of the interchange, making easy access to the highway for truck transportation etc. The stands could be used for building mini factories, a diesel depot with overnight stay (currently nothing in the area), mini storage facilities, many other opportunities to consider. ALL THREE STANDS CAN BE BOUGHT FOR R13 500 000.00 OR R4 800 000.00 PER STAND Registered bonds: There are no bonds on the property. Servitude's: There are two servitude's registered against the said property. Both of these servitude's represent power-lines servitude's. The property consists of grazing. It is too small to be used as an economical farming unit. Development would be the highest and best potential of this property. Situation: Western border on the R21 highway 11km from Kempton Park; 4 km from Serengeti Golf Estate; 2km from Esselen Park railway station. Near labour market: Tembisa Township. Water: A strong borehole on the property, 26 m deep, currently sealed. Sewerage: Ervat Sewerage Works near the southeast corner of the property. Electricity: Esselen Park Distribution Centre directly on eastern border. Present development: Northern border; a development by a well known developer, M & R Developers (Irene Tsai). The adjacent property on the southern border is owned by a well known developer.