Karoo Cottage

Victoria West , Northern Cape
1 bedroom
310 R
2/11/2018
Karoo Cottage is a delightful air-conditioned little cottage situated under a giant pine tree in the heart of the village of Loxton. It is fully-equipped for self-catering. The cottage comprises one large living-cum-bedroom with one double bed and one single bed, fitted with good quality linen and bedding. The main room is wall to wall carpeted and includes a small dining table and chairs, comfy armchairs, and other furnishings. Television is provided, with standard SABC channels. The en-suite bathroom has a shower, basin and toilet. The adjoining kitchen has a full size fridge/freezer, a small microwave oven, and a two-plate gas cooker, no oven, plus a range of cutlery, crockery, and cooking utensils. The air-conditioner unit serves to both cool and heat the cottage, and in winter electric blankets are fitted. Small pets are allowed with prior arrangement. Karoo Cottage has its own access and is totally private. The lockable car gate leads into a shade net-covered carport and there's a private braai area behind the cottage also ideal for stargazing. Wood and braai packs are available by prior arrangement. Breakfast is an optional extra - we can put ingredients into the cottage for you either for a light breakfast or self-cook - by prior arrangement. The pretty village of Loxton is small and has few facilities so the owners request that you arrange meals in advance. If you'll be self-catering, it's advisable to bring all your supplies with you from a larger centre. Loxton is a delightful hamlet situated beneath a canopy of trees in the heart of the Karoo. This is not a destination that speaks of bright lights, but rather of bright stars. Thanks to no light or air pollution, we have awesome night skies and have seen see up to twenty satellites within two hours of star gazing. There are also lovely walks around the tiny, pretty village with its old vernacular architecture, you can climb our koppies, for never-ending views across the plains, and in spring our streets are a fairytale picture of white pear blossoms. Furnished Property Reference #: 175643 Agent Details: www.safarinow.com 153 Main road Muizenbuerg 7945
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1 bedroom
5,400 R
2/18/2018
PROPERTY 71 ADMINISTRATORS OFFER: THIS APARTMENT COMPRISES OF 1 BEDROOM WITH EN SUITE OPEN PLAN LOUNGE /DINING FITTED KITCHEN SITUATED CLOSE TO WEST WOOD MALL 1 PARKING ELECTRONIC ACCESS SITUATED IN A WELL MAINTAINED AND SECURE BLOCK AVAILABLE- 1ST APRIL 2018 DOCUMENT REQURED 3 MONTHS BANKSTATEMENT COPY OF ID CURRENT PAYSLIP PROOF OF RESIDENCE PAYMENTS REQUIRED RENTAL- R5400.00 DEPOSIT-R5400.00 LEASE FEE- R1250.00 CONTACT ESHARA LORICK- OFFICE-031 208 5767 / 031 207 5927 CELL-081 575 2154 / 083 456 5185 # Kitchen: 1 # Entrance Hall: 1 # Parking: 1 Security Features: Other Agent Details: Kahmeel Baldeo Property 71 Administrators 91 Juniper Road Essenwood Durban 4001 Weekdays: 8am to 4h30pm Saturdays: 9am to 12pm Public Holidays Excluded Thank You For Your Interest in Property 71 Administrators, Portfolio
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Karoo Cottage

Victoria West , Northern Cape
1 bedroom
310 R
1/15/2018
Karoo Cottage is a delightful air-conditioned little cottage situated under a giant pine tree in the heart of the village of Loxton. It is fully-equipped for self-catering. The cottage comprises one large living-cum-bedroom with one double bed and one single bed, fitted with good quality linen and bedding. The main room is wall to wall carpeted and includes a small dining table and chairs, comfy armchairs, and other furnishings. Television is provided, with standard SABC channels. The en-suite bathroom has a shower, basin and toilet. The adjoining kitchen has a full size fridge/freezer, a small microwave oven, and a two-plate gas cooker, no oven, plus a range of cutlery, crockery, and cooking utensils. The air-conditioner unit serves to both cool and heat the cottage, and in winter electric blankets are fitted. Small pets are allowed with prior arrangement. Karoo Cottage has its own access and is totally private. The lockable car gate leads into a shade net-covered carport and there's a private braai area behind the cottage also ideal for stargazing. Wood and braai packs are available by prior arrangement. Breakfast is an optional extra - we can put ingredients into the cottage for you either for a light breakfast or self-cook - by prior arrangement. The pretty village of Loxton is small and has few facilities so the owners request that you arrange meals in advance. If you'll be self-catering, it's advisable to bring all your supplies with you from a larger centre. Loxton is a delightful hamlet situated beneath a canopy of trees in the heart of the Karoo. This is not a destination that speaks of bright lights, but rather of bright stars. Thanks to no light or air pollution, we have awesome night skies and have seen see up to twenty satellites within two hours of star gazing. There are also lovely walks around the tiny, pretty village with its old vernacular architecture, you can climb our koppies, for never-ending views across the plains, and in spring our streets are a fairytale picture of white pear blossoms. Furnished Property Reference #: 175643 Nearby Places/Vicinity: *** Agent Details: www.safarinow.com 153 Main road Muizenbuerg 7945
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3 bedrooms
75 sqft
8,500 R
12/30/2017
Easy access to N2 and Somerset Mall Open plan kitchen/lounge with bic, granite tops & oven/hob Built-in cupboards in bedrooms Single automated garage, paved backyard - low maintenance Burglar bars, security gates En-suite to main bedroom
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Kweekwa Guest Farm

Victoria West , Northern Cape
2 bedrooms
400 R
1/4/2018
Kweekwa Guest Farm is situated in the heart of the Karoo. The farm has been in the family for 157 years and the current owners are the fifth generation on the farm. Guests visiting will appreciate the safety, beauty, tranquility and hospitality. The vast Karoo expanse offers visitors the opportunity to walk in nature, enjoying fresh, clean air, typical Karoo scenery, bird watching, and indigenous vegetation. Kweekwa is the main homestead where the owners, Jannie and Bimpie, live. Kweekwa offers accommodation in a separate homestead and a self-catering cottage, Witkrans and Bimpie’s Cottage. Both are fully equipped for self-catering. Activities on the farm include bird watching, game viewing, mountain biking, hiking and climbing, horse riding by prior arrangement, stargazing, and farm activities. We also offer various Karoo farm products for sale including fresh bread, preserves, rusks, fresh milk and farm butter, and Karoo lamb by prior arrangement. Furnished Property Reference #: 897052 Agent Details: www.safarinow.com 153 Main road Muizenbuerg 7945
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The Stable

Victoria West , Northern Cape
1 bedroom
480 R
1/4/2018
The Stable is a self-catering studio flat located on the owner's property,situated in Victoria West. Ideal for a couple or an individual looking for a comfortable stopover, close to various facilities. This flat has its own entrance and is fully furnished.It comprises open-plan living,with a bedroom area equipped with a double bed,and a TV with selected DStv channels. The bathroom features a shower, basin and toilet. The kitchenette in the unit contains basic appliances such as a fridge, a microwave and tea- and coffee-making facilities. Bedding and towels are provided. Secure parking is available for one vehicle on the property. The Stable is located opposite the Police Station, and is within close proximity of a few shops, restaurants, ATMs and other facilities. Furnished Property Reference #: 2728813 Agent Details: www.safarinow.com 153 Main road Muizenbuerg 7945
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Lizas Guest House

Victoria West , Northern Cape
1 bedroom
225 R
1/4/2018
Lizas Guest House offers you comfortable, upmarket self-catering accommodation with safe, secure, lock-up parking. Lizas Guest House is situated in Victoria West, which is a town in the central Karoo region of South Africa's Northern Cape Province. Lizas Guest House's accommodation is offered in a single flat that can accommodate up to four guests, with its own private entrance leading into a beautiful garden. The flat contains two bedrooms, one featuring a queen-size bed and the other two single beds. There is a small lounge area with a TV, a separate bathroom containing a shower, and a kitchenette with a bar fridge, microwave and tea and coffee-making facilities. Lizas Guest House also features fans and heaters and all linen and towels are provided. This is a non-smoking establishment. Furnished Property Reference #: 880729 Agent Details: www.safarinow.com 153 Main road Muizenbuerg 7945
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Victoria West, House rent
220,000 R
2/12/2018
A class warehouse with 7x6m roller shutter doors and 3 dock levellers Also offers the following :- 1) Multiple offices in warehouse with large change room and ablution facilities 2) Loading and off loading ramp 3) Large offices adjacent to warehouse offering +-20 separate offices, 10 workstations, 2x boardrooms, 2x kitchens, reception areas and large smoking area 4) Parking for +-20 light motor vehicles, yard space for horse and trailer access 5) Minimum 5 year Lease for the Blue chip tenant on approval Durban at a glance Durban has an interesting history, Vasco da Gama’s passing in 1497, Lieutenant Farewell and Shaka. In 1823 Farewell took part in a British expedition to Natal and then decided to start a settlement there. He persuaded 25 other British colonists to join him, and in June 1824 he built the first houses. Only four of these original settlers remained with him. In July 1824 he visited Shaka from whom he received a large land grant round Durban Bay. Shaka was a warrior, a military leader, and king of the Zulu people of southern Africa (1816-1828). By the time of his death, Shaka had the largest and most powerful kingdom in south-eastern Africa. Berea From these early beginnings Durban was born and with it the “Berea” was formed bordering the Durban C.B.D. The Berea originated as a residential area and housed, amongst others, the wealthy industrialists and businessmen of the time. The area enjoys and lies on an elevated ridge of land stretching from North to South with expansive views of the City and sea. The area encompasses suburbs of Morningside to the North and Glenwood to the South with the Berea occupying the centre spot. All these residential areas encompassed by the Umbilo River in the South, the Umgeni River to the North, the N2 freeway to the West and the City in the East are made up of well-established houses which were built in colonial and post-colonial times and reflect the period architecture in their design and structure. The aesthetics of each are emphasized in the Berea and Morningside suburbs, mouldings and architraves from classical architecture are utilized on many of these houses and therefore encourage people to live in the elegance of the old Colonial style. One can see the difference in each of these suburbs and differentiate in their choices. A good deal of modernization has taken place in many of these areas which now also reflects a distinct contempory influence. The variety of architecture is evidenced by an eclectic mix of architectural styles that include large Victorian, Edwardian, art deco and modern homes, the majority of which bring to mind the days of yore. The views of this garden suburb with its tree-lined streets offer some of the most superb sea and city vies. The city centre is an easy bus trip, the beaches are close by and the pavement restaurants are renown, as is the Botanic Gardens. The hub of the area is the Musgrave Centre which houses, shops catering for most if not all requirements. To supplement the above and in close proximity are golf clubs, the Natal Sharks Board and the Ushaka Marine World. In 1931 Howard College opened and offered the first tertiary education with 327 students enrolling in 1936, escalating to 27 500 students in 2002 when the Westville University was incorporated. Durban Beachfront The area covers North Beach, South Beach, Esplanade, CBD and Point Waterfront. It is central and easy access to everything from schools, colleges, businesses, shopping, the beach and the harbour. From beautiful art deco buildings along the beachfront and the Victoria embankment to compact city studio apartments and ultra-modern apartments on the Point Waterfront – the area offers something for everyone. Glenmore Glenmore is a lovely leafy green suburb in Durban neighboring Glenwood. This residential suburb boasts wide grassy verges with beautiful trees making it a perfect area to raise your children. Many a resident are seen walking dogs, cycling, skateboarding and jogging on a daily basis. Residents have access to first class schooling namely Glenmore Primary School, Eden College, Holy Family College as well as many pre-schools right on your doorstep. With the Universtiy of KwaZulu Natal – Howard College and Nelson Mandela School of Medicine being within walking distance many students are accommodated within the area. Glenmore residents are lucky to have major hospitals, shopping centres, coffee shops, restaurants and take ways nearby, catering to their many needs. Security and maintenance of the area of paramount importance to the community so you will find Blue Security patrolling the streets on a regular basis. An additional benefit to the Glenmore community watch which will enable to keep up to date with locate happenings in the area. Glenwood This suburb though having very similar geographical positions as Berea and Morningside to the city is generally different in so far as the houses built in the area are more conventional and though there are some large houses the majority were developed in the 1950’s to serve the large sector of the population who were employed in the harbour and the industrial areas to the South of the City. Because of the migration of this population to the Bluff, Merebank and areas further South the area blossomed catering for the younger person employed in the CBD and those professionals and students associated with the University. In recent years the area has become trendy with an abundance of restaurants and pavement coffee shops. The higher density housing provide for community living as opposed to the lower density housing associated with the Berea and Morningside. Additional multi-unit and flat development also caters for a discerning sector of the population. Most major roads are on bus routes and all facilities in the city are easily accessible. Morningside Is a large gentrified suburb that spreads from the lower end of the ridge overlooking Durban, to just above Greyville Race Course. Morningside also offers some classic examples of large Edwardian and Victorian style homes with tin roofs and wide veranda’s, including the State Presidents residence. It has large sprawling parks like Mitchell Park and Jameson Park as well as trendy streets on which a distinctly cosmopolitan atmosphere attracts a vibrant nightlife to its restaurants and pubs, especially around Florida Road. Morningside ranks as one of Durban’s three most popular suburbs which one can get good value for money. The established tree lined streets and close proximity to the city makes it even more appealing. The new Moses Mabhida soccer stadium forms a landmark. Umbilo Umbilo is situated approximately 2 kilometers from Durban’s City Centre business area and close to the Durban Harbour, it’s also positioned close to Maydon Wharf, home to National Companies including Portnet. The neighborhood comprises of the older types of buildings, many family businesses such as workshops, warehousing, commercial and retail clothing factories started here. The homes are ideal for the larger family, with spacious rooms, wooden floors, high ceilings and gardens big enough to accommodate a pool. Affordable houses and flats for the middle man to invest into. Same history that surrounds Umbilo is that it still has the oldest transport route still running "Route 7" - the Umbilo River was named by the Zulus and was the home to many Hippos. The first Indian Temple was built in 1875 but was destroyed by the floods in 1905. One of the oldest churches in Umbilo is St Cypricans Anglican Church built in 1869 is still going strong. A wonderful family atmosphere, an entertaining evening out once a month at the Rhumbelow Theatre which was built by the service men and women of the 1st and 2nd world war residing in the Umbilo area, with shopping malls, places of workship, hairdressers, nursery schools, junior and high schools and take aways, all supported by the community. Climate The Berea and related suburbs have one of the finest climates in the world with mild Winter’s and summers of sunshine all of which is conducive to good health and a joy in living. Home Styles Vary from the conventional to colonial and post-colonial era, and Edwardian and Victorian architecture abounds. Schools All areas have Junior and Senior schools and the University of KwaZulu Natal is in close proximity. Addington pre-primary is located on South Beach and George Campbell High school is on North Beach. In addition the areas have the following high profile schools: Durban Girls College Clifton Private School Maritz Brothers Glenwood Boys High Durban Girls High Durban High School Shopping Centres In and within close proximity to the Berea are numerous shopping centres and malls which house all the best-known and favourite stores. In addition the weekend Essenwood market is a favourite for people who would like a relaxing alternative to conventional shopping. Recreation Greyville Race Course for the avid gambler, Durban Country Club, Beachwood and Windsor Club for the golfer. Botanic Gardens for relaxation and good music. The Bulwer Art Gallery for the artiste and many other relaxing sports such as bowls and tennis are available. The area is spoilt with choices for entertainment – boasting Ushaka Marine world, Suncoast Casino and Hotel, pristine beaches, the Durban Harbour, the prestigious Play House Theatre, Moses Mabhida Stadium, the newly revamped promenade that has been extended from Blue Lagoon right through to Ushaka and various shops and restaurants on virtually every corner. General All of the suburbs in the Berea are accessible by car, bus or taxi. Medical facilities such as Entabeni Hospital, St Augustine’s and numerous others are within easy reach. The Beach area has a very diverse population ranging from students to retired people, executives and families. With everything the area has on offer and the easy travelling distance to anywhere in Durban the area really is sought after and remains a wonderful place to live and invest. Typical Properties Berea and suburbs offer a choice of Colonial (Edwardian-Victorian), Conventional type homes and multi-unit developments. Most homes on the Ridge enjoy fantastic sea, city and harbour views. Area: Berea and adjacent suburbs, Glenwood, Morningside, North Beach, South Beach, Esplanade, CBD and Point Waterfront Types of Properties: Houses, Simplexes, Duplexes, Flats, Townhouses and minimal vacant land, with the Beach area being primarily flats – sectional title and share block as well as duplex and townhouses Price: Houses from R850 000 to R15 000 000+ Simplexes & Duplexes from R850 000 to R2 500 000+ Flats and Townhouses from R100 000 to R10 000 000+ Vacant Land from R250 per sqm No
Morehouses-for-sale.durban
35,000 R
2/12/2018
2 x 350m2 of warehouse to let in Springfield. Light Industrial. Perfect for manufacturing or wholesale storage. Durban at a glance Durban has an interesting history, Vasco da Gama’s passing in 1497, Lieutenant Farewell and Shaka. In 1823 Farewell took part in a British expedition to Natal and then decided to start a settlement there. He persuaded 25 other British colonists to join him, and in June 1824 he built the first houses. Only four of these original settlers remained with him. In July 1824 he visited Shaka from whom he received a large land grant round Durban Bay. Shaka was a warrior, a military leader, and king of the Zulu people of southern Africa (1816-1828). By the time of his death, Shaka had the largest and most powerful kingdom in south-eastern Africa. Berea From these early beginnings Durban was born and with it the “Berea” was formed bordering the Durban C.B.D. The Berea originated as a residential area and housed, amongst others, the wealthy industrialists and businessmen of the time. The area enjoys and lies on an elevated ridge of land stretching from North to South with expansive views of the City and sea. The area encompasses suburbs of Morningside to the North and Glenwood to the South with the Berea occupying the centre spot. All these residential areas encompassed by the Umbilo River in the South, the Umgeni River to the North, the N2 freeway to the West and the City in the East are made up of well-established houses which were built in colonial and post-colonial times and reflect the period architecture in their design and structure. The aesthetics of each are emphasized in the Berea and Morningside suburbs, mouldings and architraves from classical architecture are utilized on many of these houses and therefore encourage people to live in the elegance of the old Colonial style. One can see the difference in each of these suburbs and differentiate in their choices. A good deal of modernization has taken place in many of these areas which now also reflects a distinct contempory influence. The variety of architecture is evidenced by an eclectic mix of architectural styles that include large Victorian, Edwardian, art deco and modern homes, the majority of which bring to mind the days of yore. The views of this garden suburb with its tree-lined streets offer some of the most superb sea and city vies. The city centre is an easy bus trip, the beaches are close by and the pavement restaurants are renown, as is the Botanic Gardens. The hub of the area is the Musgrave Centre which houses, shops catering for most if not all requirements. To supplement the above and in close proximity are golf clubs, the Natal Sharks Board and the Ushaka Marine World. In 1931 Howard College opened and offered the first tertiary education with 327 students enrolling in 1936, escalating to 27 500 students in 2002 when the Westville University was incorporated. Durban Beachfront The area covers North Beach, South Beach, Esplanade, CBD and Point Waterfront. It is central and easy access to everything from schools, colleges, businesses, shopping, the beach and the harbour. From beautiful art deco buildings along the beachfront and the Victoria embankment to compact city studio apartments and ultra-modern apartments on the Point Waterfront – the area offers something for everyone. Glenmore Glenmore is a lovely leafy green suburb in Durban neighboring Glenwood. This residential suburb boasts wide grassy verges with beautiful trees making it a perfect area to raise your children. Many a resident are seen walking dogs, cycling, skateboarding and jogging on a daily basis. Residents have access to first class schooling namely Glenmore Primary School, Eden College, Holy Family College as well as many pre-schools right on your doorstep. With the Universtiy of KwaZulu Natal – Howard College and Nelson Mandela School of Medicine being within walking distance many students are accommodated within the area. Glenmore residents are lucky to have major hospitals, shopping centres, coffee shops, restaurants and take ways nearby, catering to their many needs. Security and maintenance of the area of paramount importance to the community so you will find Blue Security patrolling the streets on a regular basis. An additional benefit to the Glenmore community watch which will enable to keep up to date with locate happenings in the area. Glenwood This suburb though having very similar geographical positions as Berea and Morningside to the city is generally different in so far as the houses built in the area are more conventional and though there are some large houses the majority were developed in the 1950’s to serve the large sector of the population who were employed in the harbour and the industrial areas to the South of the City. Because of the migration of this population to the Bluff, Merebank and areas further South the area blossomed catering for the younger person employed in the CBD and those professionals and students associated with the University. In recent years the area has become trendy with an abundance of restaurants and pavement coffee shops. The higher density housing provide for community living as opposed to the lower density housing associated with the Berea and Morningside. Additional multi-unit and flat development also caters for a discerning sector of the population. Most major roads are on bus routes and all facilities in the city are easily accessible. Morningside Is a large gentrified suburb that spreads from the lower end of the ridge overlooking Durban, to just above Greyville Race Course. Morningside also offers some classic examples of large Edwardian and Victorian style homes with tin roofs and wide veranda’s, including the State Presidents residence. It has large sprawling parks like Mitchell Park and Jameson Park as well as trendy streets on which a distinctly cosmopolitan atmosphere attracts a vibrant nightlife to its restaurants and pubs, especially around Florida Road. Morningside ranks as one of Durban’s three most popular suburbs which one can get good value for money. The established tree lined streets and close proximity to the city makes it even more appealing. The new Moses Mabhida soccer stadium forms a landmark. Umbilo Umbilo is situated approximately 2 kilometers from Durban’s City Centre business area and close to the Durban Harbour, it’s also positioned close to Maydon Wharf, home to National Companies including Portnet. The neighborhood comprises of the older types of buildings, many family businesses such as workshops, warehousing, commercial and retail clothing factories started here. The homes are ideal for the larger family, with spacious rooms, wooden floors, high ceilings and gardens big enough to accommodate a pool. Affordable houses and flats for the middle man to invest into. Same history that surrounds Umbilo is that it still has the oldest transport route still running "Route 7" - the Umbilo River was named by the Zulus and was the home to many Hippos. The first Indian Temple was built in 1875 but was destroyed by the floods in 1905. One of the oldest churches in Umbilo is St Cypricans Anglican Church built in 1869 is still going strong. A wonderful family atmosphere, an entertaining evening out once a month at the Rhumbelow Theatre which was built by the service men and women of the 1st and 2nd world war residing in the Umbilo area, with shopping malls, places of workship, hairdressers, nursery schools, junior and high schools and take aways, all supported by the community. Climate The Berea and related suburbs have one of the finest climates in the world with mild Winter’s and summers of sunshine all of which is conducive to good health and a joy in living. Home Styles Vary from the conventional to colonial and post-colonial era, and Edwardian and Victorian architecture abounds. Schools All areas have Junior and Senior schools and the University of KwaZulu Natal is in close proximity. Addington pre-primary is located on South Beach and George Campbell High school is on North Beach. In addition the areas have the following high profile schools: Durban Girls College Clifton Private School Maritz Brothers Glenwood Boys High Durban Girls High Durban High School Shopping Centres In and within close proximity to the Berea are numerous shopping centres and malls which house all the best-known and favourite stores. In addition the weekend Essenwood market is a favourite for people who would like a relaxing alternative to conventional shopping. Recreation Greyville Race Course for the avid gambler, Durban Country Club, Beachwood and Windsor Club for the golfer. Botanic Gardens for relaxation and good music. The Bulwer Art Gallery for the artiste and many other relaxing sports such as bowls and tennis are available. The area is spoilt with choices for entertainment – boasting Ushaka Marine world, Suncoast Casino and Hotel, pristine beaches, the Durban Harbour, the prestigious Play House Theatre, Moses Mabhida Stadium, the newly revamped promenade that has been extended from Blue Lagoon right through to Ushaka and various shops and restaurants on virtually every corner. General All of the suburbs in the Berea are accessible by car, bus or taxi. Medical facilities such as Entabeni Hospital, St Augustine’s and numerous others are within easy reach. The Beach area has a very diverse population ranging from students to retired people, executives and families. With everything the area has on offer and the easy travelling distance to anywhere in Durban the area really is sought after and remains a wonderful place to live and invest. Typical Properties Berea and suburbs offer a choice of Colonial (Edwardian-Victorian), Conventional type homes and multi-unit developments. Most homes on the Ridge enjoy fantastic sea, city and harbour views. Area: Berea and adjacent suburbs, Glenwood, Morningside, North Beach, South Beach, Esplanade, CBD and Point Waterfront Types of Properties: Houses, Simplexes, Duplexes, Flats, Townhouses and minimal vacant land, with the Beach area being primarily flats – sectional title and share block as well as duplex and townhouses Price: Houses from R850 000 to R15 000 000+ Simplexes & Duplexes from R850 000 to R2 500 000+ Flats and Townhouses from R100 000 to R10 000 000+ Vacant Land from R250 per sqm No
Morehouses-for-sale.durban
30,000 R
2/12/2018
About 2km from the N3,off the Hammarsdale offramp lies approximately 10 000sqm of this gently sloping, serviced site for rental. Suitable for logistics and trucking companies Comes with concession from the Landlord at R30 000pm and 3 months grace period for the suitable tenant Durban at a glance Durban has an interesting history, Vasco da Gama’s passing in 1497, Lieutenant Farewell and Shaka. In 1823 Farewell took part in a British expedition to Natal and then decided to start a settlement there. He persuaded 25 other British colonists to join him, and in June 1824 he built the first houses. Only four of these original settlers remained with him. In July 1824 he visited Shaka from whom he received a large land grant round Durban Bay. Shaka was a warrior, a military leader, and king of the Zulu people of southern Africa (1816-1828). By the time of his death, Shaka had the largest and most powerful kingdom in south-eastern Africa. Berea From these early beginnings Durban was born and with it the “Berea” was formed bordering the Durban C.B.D. The Berea originated as a residential area and housed, amongst others, the wealthy industrialists and businessmen of the time. The area enjoys and lies on an elevated ridge of land stretching from North to South with expansive views of the City and sea. The area encompasses suburbs of Morningside to the North and Glenwood to the South with the Berea occupying the centre spot. All these residential areas encompassed by the Umbilo River in the South, the Umgeni River to the North, the N2 freeway to the West and the City in the East are made up of well-established houses which were built in colonial and post-colonial times and reflect the period architecture in their design and structure. The aesthetics of each are emphasized in the Berea and Morningside suburbs, mouldings and architraves from classical architecture are utilized on many of these houses and therefore encourage people to live in the elegance of the old Colonial style. One can see the difference in each of these suburbs and differentiate in their choices. A good deal of modernization has taken place in many of these areas which now also reflects a distinct contempory influence. The variety of architecture is evidenced by an eclectic mix of architectural styles that include large Victorian, Edwardian, art deco and modern homes, the majority of which bring to mind the days of yore. The views of this garden suburb with its tree-lined streets offer some of the most superb sea and city vies. The city centre is an easy bus trip, the beaches are close by and the pavement restaurants are renown, as is the Botanic Gardens. The hub of the area is the Musgrave Centre which houses, shops catering for most if not all requirements. To supplement the above and in close proximity are golf clubs, the Natal Sharks Board and the Ushaka Marine World. In 1931 Howard College opened and offered the first tertiary education with 327 students enrolling in 1936, escalating to 27 500 students in 2002 when the Westville University was incorporated. Durban Beachfront The area covers North Beach, South Beach, Esplanade, CBD and Point Waterfront. It is central and easy access to everything from schools, colleges, businesses, shopping, the beach and the harbour. From beautiful art deco buildings along the beachfront and the Victoria embankment to compact city studio apartments and ultra-modern apartments on the Point Waterfront – the area offers something for everyone. Glenmore Glenmore is a lovely leafy green suburb in Durban neighboring Glenwood. This residential suburb boasts wide grassy verges with beautiful trees making it a perfect area to raise your children. Many a resident are seen walking dogs, cycling, skateboarding and jogging on a daily basis. Residents have access to first class schooling namely Glenmore Primary School, Eden College, Holy Family College as well as many pre-schools right on your doorstep. With the Universtiy of KwaZulu Natal – Howard College and Nelson Mandela School of Medicine being within walking distance many students are accommodated within the area. Glenmore residents are lucky to have major hospitals, shopping centres, coffee shops, restaurants and take ways nearby, catering to their many needs. Security and maintenance of the area of paramount importance to the community so you will find Blue Security patrolling the streets on a regular basis. An additional benefit to the Glenmore community watch which will enable to keep up to date with locate happenings in the area. Glenwood This suburb though having very similar geographical positions as Berea and Morningside to the city is generally different in so far as the houses built in the area are more conventional and though there are some large houses the majority were developed in the 1950’s to serve the large sector of the population who were employed in the harbour and the industrial areas to the South of the City. Because of the migration of this population to the Bluff, Merebank and areas further South the area blossomed catering for the younger person employed in the CBD and those professionals and students associated with the University. In recent years the area has become trendy with an abundance of restaurants and pavement coffee shops. The higher density housing provide for community living as opposed to the lower density housing associated with the Berea and Morningside. Additional multi-unit and flat development also caters for a discerning sector of the population. Most major roads are on bus routes and all facilities in the city are easily accessible. Morningside Is a large gentrified suburb that spreads from the lower end of the ridge overlooking Durban, to just above Greyville Race Course. Morningside also offers some classic examples of large Edwardian and Victorian style homes with tin roofs and wide veranda’s, including the State Presidents residence. It has large sprawling parks like Mitchell Park and Jameson Park as well as trendy streets on which a distinctly cosmopolitan atmosphere attracts a vibrant nightlife to its restaurants and pubs, especially around Florida Road. Morningside ranks as one of Durban’s three most popular suburbs which one can get good value for money. The established tree lined streets and close proximity to the city makes it even more appealing. The new Moses Mabhida soccer stadium forms a landmark. Umbilo Umbilo is situated approximately 2 kilometers from Durban’s City Centre business area and close to the Durban Harbour, it’s also positioned close to Maydon Wharf, home to National Companies including Portnet. The neighborhood comprises of the older types of buildings, many family businesses such as workshops, warehousing, commercial and retail clothing factories started here. The homes are ideal for the larger family, with spacious rooms, wooden floors, high ceilings and gardens big enough to accommodate a pool. Affordable houses and flats for the middle man to invest into. Same history that surrounds Umbilo is that it still has the oldest transport route still running "Route 7" - the Umbilo River was named by the Zulus and was the home to many Hippos. The first Indian Temple was built in 1875 but was destroyed by the floods in 1905. One of the oldest churches in Umbilo is St Cypricans Anglican Church built in 1869 is still going strong. A wonderful family atmosphere, an entertaining evening out once a month at the Rhumbelow Theatre which was built by the service men and women of the 1st and 2nd world war residing in the Umbilo area, with shopping malls, places of workship, hairdressers, nursery schools, junior and high schools and take aways, all supported by the community. Climate The Berea and related suburbs have one of the finest climates in the world with mild Winter’s and summers of sunshine all of which is conducive to good health and a joy in living. Home Styles Vary from the conventional to colonial and post-colonial era, and Edwardian and Victorian architecture abounds. Schools All areas have Junior and Senior schools and the University of KwaZulu Natal is in close proximity. Addington pre-primary is located on South Beach and George Campbell High school is on North Beach. In addition the areas have the following high profile schools: Durban Girls College Clifton Private School Maritz Brothers Glenwood Boys High Durban Girls High Durban High School Shopping Centres In and within close proximity to the Berea are numerous shopping centres and malls which house all the best-known and favourite stores. In addition the weekend Essenwood market is a favourite for people who would like a relaxing alternative to conventional shopping. Recreation Greyville Race Course for the avid gambler, Durban Country Club, Beachwood and Windsor Club for the golfer. Botanic Gardens for relaxation and good music. The Bulwer Art Gallery for the artiste and many other relaxing sports such as bowls and tennis are available. The area is spoilt with choices for entertainment – boasting Ushaka Marine world, Suncoast Casino and Hotel, pristine beaches, the Durban Harbour, the prestigious Play House Theatre, Moses Mabhida Stadium, the newly revamped promenade that has been extended from Blue Lagoon right through to Ushaka and various shops and restaurants on virtually every corner. General All of the suburbs in the Berea are accessible by car, bus or taxi. Medical facilities such as Entabeni Hospital, St Augustine’s and numerous others are within easy reach. The Beach area has a very diverse population ranging from students to retired people, executives and families. With everything the area has on offer and the easy travelling distance to anywhere in Durban the area really is sought after and remains a wonderful place to live and invest. Typical Properties Berea and suburbs offer a choice of Colonial (Edwardian-Victorian), Conventional type homes and multi-unit developments. Most homes on the Ridge enjoy fantastic sea, city and harbour views. Area: Berea and adjacent suburbs, Glenwood, Morningside, North Beach, South Beach, Esplanade, CBD and Point Waterfront Types of Properties: Houses, Simplexes, Duplexes, Flats, Townhouses and minimal vacant land, with the Beach area being primarily flats – sectional title and share block as well as duplex and townhouses Price: Houses from R850 000 to R15 000 000+ Simplexes & Duplexes from R850 000 to R2 500 000+ Flats and Townhouses from R100 000 to R10 000 000+ Vacant Land from R250 per sqm No
Morehouses-for-sale.durban
7,500,000 R
2/12/2018
This 1500smq warehouse has maximum 8 ton restricted access and can be separated into manufacturing/offices/raw materials and finished goods stores with plenty of offices Ablution facilities for staff and office personnel 750amp power rating to accommodate heavy automated machinery Parking for clients and staff totalling +-20 within perimeter walling and fencing Rental R 75 000pm+VAT Durban at a glance Durban has an interesting history, Vasco da Gama’s passing in 1497, Lieutenant Farewell and Shaka. In 1823 Farewell took part in a British expedition to Natal and then decided to start a settlement there. He persuaded 25 other British colonists to join him, and in June 1824 he built the first houses. Only four of these original settlers remained with him. In July 1824 he visited Shaka from whom he received a large land grant round Durban Bay. Shaka was a warrior, a military leader, and king of the Zulu people of southern Africa (1816-1828). By the time of his death, Shaka had the largest and most powerful kingdom in south-eastern Africa. Berea From these early beginnings Durban was born and with it the “Berea” was formed bordering the Durban C.B.D. The Berea originated as a residential area and housed, amongst others, the wealthy industrialists and businessmen of the time. The area enjoys and lies on an elevated ridge of land stretching from North to South with expansive views of the City and sea. The area encompasses suburbs of Morningside to the North and Glenwood to the South with the Berea occupying the centre spot. All these residential areas encompassed by the Umbilo River in the South, the Umgeni River to the North, the N2 freeway to the West and the City in the East are made up of well-established houses which were built in colonial and post-colonial times and reflect the period architecture in their design and structure. The aesthetics of each are emphasized in the Berea and Morningside suburbs, mouldings and architraves from classical architecture are utilized on many of these houses and therefore encourage people to live in the elegance of the old Colonial style. One can see the difference in each of these suburbs and differentiate in their choices. A good deal of modernization has taken place in many of these areas which now also reflects a distinct contempory influence. The variety of architecture is evidenced by an eclectic mix of architectural styles that include large Victorian, Edwardian, art deco and modern homes, the majority of which bring to mind the days of yore. The views of this garden suburb with its tree-lined streets offer some of the most superb sea and city vies. The city centre is an easy bus trip, the beaches are close by and the pavement restaurants are renown, as is the Botanic Gardens. The hub of the area is the Musgrave Centre which houses, shops catering for most if not all requirements. To supplement the above and in close proximity are golf clubs, the Natal Sharks Board and the Ushaka Marine World. In 1931 Howard College opened and offered the first tertiary education with 327 students enrolling in 1936, escalating to 27 500 students in 2002 when the Westville University was incorporated. Durban Beachfront The area covers North Beach, South Beach, Esplanade, CBD and Point Waterfront. It is central and easy access to everything from schools, colleges, businesses, shopping, the beach and the harbour. From beautiful art deco buildings along the beachfront and the Victoria embankment to compact city studio apartments and ultra-modern apartments on the Point Waterfront – the area offers something for everyone. Glenmore Glenmore is a lovely leafy green suburb in Durban neighboring Glenwood. This residential suburb boasts wide grassy verges with beautiful trees making it a perfect area to raise your children. Many a resident are seen walking dogs, cycling, skateboarding and jogging on a daily basis. Residents have access to first class schooling namely Glenmore Primary School, Eden College, Holy Family College as well as many pre-schools right on your doorstep. With the Universtiy of KwaZulu Natal – Howard College and Nelson Mandela School of Medicine being within walking distance many students are accommodated within the area. Glenmore residents are lucky to have major hospitals, shopping centres, coffee shops, restaurants and take ways nearby, catering to their many needs. Security and maintenance of the area of paramount importance to the community so you will find Blue Security patrolling the streets on a regular basis. An additional benefit to the Glenmore community watch which will enable to keep up to date with locate happenings in the area. Glenwood This suburb though having very similar geographical positions as Berea and Morningside to the city is generally different in so far as the houses built in the area are more conventional and though there are some large houses the majority were developed in the 1950’s to serve the large sector of the population who were employed in the harbour and the industrial areas to the South of the City. Because of the migration of this population to the Bluff, Merebank and areas further South the area blossomed catering for the younger person employed in the CBD and those professionals and students associated with the University. In recent years the area has become trendy with an abundance of restaurants and pavement coffee shops. The higher density housing provide for community living as opposed to the lower density housing associated with the Berea and Morningside. Additional multi-unit and flat development also caters for a discerning sector of the population. Most major roads are on bus routes and all facilities in the city are easily accessible. Morningside Is a large gentrified suburb that spreads from the lower end of the ridge overlooking Durban, to just above Greyville Race Course. Morningside also offers some classic examples of large Edwardian and Victorian style homes with tin roofs and wide veranda’s, including the State Presidents residence. It has large sprawling parks like Mitchell Park and Jameson Park as well as trendy streets on which a distinctly cosmopolitan atmosphere attracts a vibrant nightlife to its restaurants and pubs, especially around Florida Road. Morningside ranks as one of Durban’s three most popular suburbs which one can get good value for money. The established tree lined streets and close proximity to the city makes it even more appealing. The new Moses Mabhida soccer stadium forms a landmark. Umbilo Umbilo is situated approximately 2 kilometers from Durban’s City Centre business area and close to the Durban Harbour, it’s also positioned close to Maydon Wharf, home to National Companies including Portnet. The neighborhood comprises of the older types of buildings, many family businesses such as workshops, warehousing, commercial and retail clothing factories started here. The homes are ideal for the larger family, with spacious rooms, wooden floors, high ceilings and gardens big enough to accommodate a pool. Affordable houses and flats for the middle man to invest into. Same history that surrounds Umbilo is that it still has the oldest transport route still running "Route 7" - the Umbilo River was named by the Zulus and was the home to many Hippos. The first Indian Temple was built in 1875 but was destroyed by the floods in 1905. One of the oldest churches in Umbilo is St Cypricans Anglican Church built in 1869 is still going strong. A wonderful family atmosphere, an entertaining evening out once a month at the Rhumbelow Theatre which was built by the service men and women of the 1st and 2nd world war residing in the Umbilo area, with shopping malls, places of workship, hairdressers, nursery schools, junior and high schools and take aways, all supported by the community. Climate The Berea and related suburbs have one of the finest climates in the world with mild Winter’s and summers of sunshine all of which is conducive to good health and a joy in living. Home Styles Vary from the conventional to colonial and post-colonial era, and Edwardian and Victorian architecture abounds. Schools All areas have Junior and Senior schools and the University of KwaZulu Natal is in close proximity. Addington pre-primary is located on South Beach and George Campbell High school is on North Beach. In addition the areas have the following high profile schools: Durban Girls College Clifton Private School Maritz Brothers Glenwood Boys High Durban Girls High Durban High School Shopping Centres In and within close proximity to the Berea are numerous shopping centres and malls which house all the best-known and favourite stores. In addition the weekend Essenwood market is a favourite for people who would like a relaxing alternative to conventional shopping. Recreation Greyville Race Course for the avid gambler, Durban Country Club, Beachwood and Windsor Club for the golfer. Botanic Gardens for relaxation and good music. The Bulwer Art Gallery for the artiste and many other relaxing sports such as bowls and tennis are available. The area is spoilt with choices for entertainment – boasting Ushaka Marine world, Suncoast Casino and Hotel, pristine beaches, the Durban Harbour, the prestigious Play House Theatre, Moses Mabhida Stadium, the newly revamped promenade that has been extended from Blue Lagoon right through to Ushaka and various shops and restaurants on virtually every corner. General All of the suburbs in the Berea are accessible by car, bus or taxi. Medical facilities such as Entabeni Hospital, St Augustine’s and numerous others are within easy reach. The Beach area has a very diverse population ranging from students to retired people, executives and families. With everything the area has on offer and the easy travelling distance to anywhere in Durban the area really is sought after and remains a wonderful place to live and invest. Typical Properties Berea and suburbs offer a choice of Colonial (Edwardian-Victorian), Conventional type homes and multi-unit developments. Most homes on the Ridge enjoy fantastic sea, city and harbour views. Area: Berea and adjacent suburbs, Glenwood, Morningside, North Beach, South Beach, Esplanade, CBD and Point Waterfront Types of Properties: Houses, Simplexes, Duplexes, Flats, Townhouses and minimal vacant land, with the Beach area being primarily flats – sectional title and share block as well as duplex and townhouses Price: Houses from R850 000 to R15 000 000+ Simplexes & Duplexes from R850 000 to R2 500 000+ Flats and Townhouses from R100 000 to R10 000 000+ Vacant Land from R250 per sqm No
Morehouses-for-sale.durban

Commercial to rent in Riverhorse Valley 13529913

Riverhorse Valley, Riverhorse Valley
85,000 R
2/12/2018
Plus VAT With big yard space 000sqm of warehouse - R65sqm 200sqm of office space - R65sqm 250sqm of undercover carport space - R30sqm Total 1450sqm to let with yard spacee Men and ladies ablution facilities Kitchen and prayer room Perfect for storage, distribution and warehousing Durban at a glance Durban has an interesting history, Vasco da Gama’s passing in 1497, Lieutenant Farewell and Shaka. In 1823 Farewell took part in a British expedition to Natal and then decided to start a settlement there. He persuaded 25 other British colonists to join him, and in June 1824 he built the first houses. Only four of these original settlers remained with him. In July 1824 he visited Shaka from whom he received a large land grant round Durban Bay. Shaka was a warrior, a military leader, and king of the Zulu people of southern Africa (1816-1828). By the time of his death, Shaka had the largest and most powerful kingdom in south-eastern Africa. Berea From these early beginnings Durban was born and with it the “Berea” was formed bordering the Durban C.B.D. The Berea originated as a residential area and housed, amongst others, the wealthy industrialists and businessmen of the time. The area enjoys and lies on an elevated ridge of land stretching from North to South with expansive views of the City and sea. The area encompasses suburbs of Morningside to the North and Glenwood to the South with the Berea occupying the centre spot. All these residential areas encompassed by the Umbilo River in the South, the Umgeni River to the North, the N2 freeway to the West and the City in the East are made up of well-established houses which were built in colonial and post-colonial times and reflect the period architecture in their design and structure. The aesthetics of each are emphasized in the Berea and Morningside suburbs, mouldings and architraves from classical architecture are utilized on many of these houses and therefore encourage people to live in the elegance of the old Colonial style. One can see the difference in each of these suburbs and differentiate in their choices. A good deal of modernization has taken place in many of these areas which now also reflects a distinct contempory influence. The variety of architecture is evidenced by an eclectic mix of architectural styles that include large Victorian, Edwardian, art deco and modern homes, the majority of which bring to mind the days of yore. The views of this garden suburb with its tree-lined streets offer some of the most superb sea and city vies. The city centre is an easy bus trip, the beaches are close by and the pavement restaurants are renown, as is the Botanic Gardens. The hub of the area is the Musgrave Centre which houses, shops catering for most if not all requirements. To supplement the above and in close proximity are golf clubs, the Natal Sharks Board and the Ushaka Marine World. In 1931 Howard College opened and offered the first tertiary education with 327 students enrolling in 1936, escalating to 27 500 students in 2002 when the Westville University was incorporated. Durban Beachfront The area covers North Beach, South Beach, Esplanade, CBD and Point Waterfront. It is central and easy access to everything from schools, colleges, businesses, shopping, the beach and the harbour. From beautiful art deco buildings along the beachfront and the Victoria embankment to compact city studio apartments and ultra-modern apartments on the Point Waterfront – the area offers something for everyone. Glenmore Glenmore is a lovely leafy green suburb in Durban neighboring Glenwood. This residential suburb boasts wide grassy verges with beautiful trees making it a perfect area to raise your children. Many a resident are seen walking dogs, cycling, skateboarding and jogging on a daily basis. Residents have access to first class schooling namely Glenmore Primary School, Eden College, Holy Family College as well as many pre-schools right on your doorstep. With the Universtiy of KwaZulu Natal – Howard College and Nelson Mandela School of Medicine being within walking distance many students are accommodated within the area. Glenmore residents are lucky to have major hospitals, shopping centres, coffee shops, restaurants and take ways nearby, catering to their many needs. Security and maintenance of the area of paramount importance to the community so you will find Blue Security patrolling the streets on a regular basis. An additional benefit to the Glenmore community watch which will enable to keep up to date with locate happenings in the area. Glenwood This suburb though having very similar geographical positions as Berea and Morningside to the city is generally different in so far as the houses built in the area are more conventional and though there are some large houses the majority were developed in the 1950’s to serve the large sector of the population who were employed in the harbour and the industrial areas to the South of the City. Because of the migration of this population to the Bluff, Merebank and areas further South the area blossomed catering for the younger person employed in the CBD and those professionals and students associated with the University. In recent years the area has become trendy with an abundance of restaurants and pavement coffee shops. The higher density housing provide for community living as opposed to the lower density housing associated with the Berea and Morningside. Additional multi-unit and flat development also caters for a discerning sector of the population. Most major roads are on bus routes and all facilities in the city are easily accessible. Morningside Is a large gentrified suburb that spreads from the lower end of the ridge overlooking Durban, to just above Greyville Race Course. Morningside also offers some classic examples of large Edwardian and Victorian style homes with tin roofs and wide veranda’s, including the State Presidents residence. It has large sprawling parks like Mitchell Park and Jameson Park as well as trendy streets on which a distinctly cosmopolitan atmosphere attracts a vibrant nightlife to its restaurants and pubs, especially around Florida Road. Morningside ranks as one of Durban’s three most popular suburbs which one can get good value for money. The established tree lined streets and close proximity to the city makes it even more appealing. The new Moses Mabhida soccer stadium forms a landmark. Umbilo Umbilo is situated approximately 2 kilometers from Durban’s City Centre business area and close to the Durban Harbour, it’s also positioned close to Maydon Wharf, home to National Companies including Portnet. The neighborhood comprises of the older types of buildings, many family businesses such as workshops, warehousing, commercial and retail clothing factories started here. The homes are ideal for the larger family, with spacious rooms, wooden floors, high ceilings and gardens big enough to accommodate a pool. Affordable houses and flats for the middle man to invest into. Same history that surrounds Umbilo is that it still has the oldest transport route still running "Route 7" - the Umbilo River was named by the Zulus and was the home to many Hippos. The first Indian Temple was built in 1875 but was destroyed by the floods in 1905. One of the oldest churches in Umbilo is St Cypricans Anglican Church built in 1869 is still going strong. A wonderful family atmosphere, an entertaining evening out once a month at the Rhumbelow Theatre which was built by the service men and women of the 1st and 2nd world war residing in the Umbilo area, with shopping malls, places of workship, hairdressers, nursery schools, junior and high schools and take aways, all supported by the community. Climate The Berea and related suburbs have one of the finest climates in the world with mild Winter’s and summers of sunshine all of which is conducive to good health and a joy in living. Home Styles Vary from the conventional to colonial and post-colonial era, and Edwardian and Victorian architecture abounds. Schools All areas have Junior and Senior schools and the University of KwaZulu Natal is in close proximity. Addington pre-primary is located on South Beach and George Campbell High school is on North Beach. In addition the areas have the following high profile schools: Durban Girls College Clifton Private School Maritz Brothers Glenwood Boys High Durban Girls High Durban High School Shopping Centres In and within close proximity to the Berea are numerous shopping centres and malls which house all the best-known and favourite stores. In addition the weekend Essenwood market is a favourite for people who would like a relaxing alternative to conventional shopping. Recreation Greyville Race Course for the avid gambler, Durban Country Club, Beachwood and Windsor Club for the golfer. Botanic Gardens for relaxation and good music. The Bulwer Art Gallery for the artiste and many other relaxing sports such as bowls and tennis are available. The area is spoilt with choices for entertainment – boasting Ushaka Marine world, Suncoast Casino and Hotel, pristine beaches, the Durban Harbour, the prestigious Play House Theatre, Moses Mabhida Stadium, the newly revamped promenade that has been extended from Blue Lagoon right through to Ushaka and various shops and restaurants on virtually every corner. General All of the suburbs in the Berea are accessible by car, bus or taxi. Medical facilities such as Entabeni Hospital, St Augustine’s and numerous others are within easy reach. The Beach area has a very diverse population ranging from students to retired people, executives and families. With everything the area has on offer and the easy travelling distance to anywhere in Durban the area really is sought after and remains a wonderful place to live and invest. Typical Properties Berea and suburbs offer a choice of Colonial (Edwardian-Victorian), Conventional type homes and multi-unit developments. Most homes on the Ridge enjoy fantastic sea, city and harbour views. Area: Berea and adjacent suburbs, Glenwood, Morningside, North Beach, South Beach, Esplanade, CBD and Point Waterfront Types of Properties: Houses, Simplexes, Duplexes, Flats, Townhouses and minimal vacant land, with the Beach area being primarily flats – sectional title and share block as well as duplex and townhouses Price: Houses from R850 000 to R15 000 000+ Simplexes & Duplexes from R850 000 to R2 500 000+ Flats and Townhouses from R100 000 to R10 000 000+ Vacant Land from R250 per sqm No
Morehouses-for-sale.durban
90,000 R
2/12/2018
Less than 3km from the N3 on the Hammarsdale offramp lies this 1.5HA of tabletop land with offices, fully serviced, fully fenced and gated 24/7 monitoring Suitable for large trucking company having more than 100 superlinks, earthmovers etc Priced to be let immediately Durban at a glance Durban has an interesting history, Vasco da Gama’s passing in 1497, Lieutenant Farewell and Shaka. In 1823 Farewell took part in a British expedition to Natal and then decided to start a settlement there. He persuaded 25 other British colonists to join him, and in June 1824 he built the first houses. Only four of these original settlers remained with him. In July 1824 he visited Shaka from whom he received a large land grant round Durban Bay. Shaka was a warrior, a military leader, and king of the Zulu people of southern Africa (1816-1828). By the time of his death, Shaka had the largest and most powerful kingdom in south-eastern Africa. Berea From these early beginnings Durban was born and with it the “Berea” was formed bordering the Durban C.B.D. The Berea originated as a residential area and housed, amongst others, the wealthy industrialists and businessmen of the time. The area enjoys and lies on an elevated ridge of land stretching from North to South with expansive views of the City and sea. The area encompasses suburbs of Morningside to the North and Glenwood to the South with the Berea occupying the centre spot. All these residential areas encompassed by the Umbilo River in the South, the Umgeni River to the North, the N2 freeway to the West and the City in the East are made up of well-established houses which were built in colonial and post-colonial times and reflect the period architecture in their design and structure. The aesthetics of each are emphasized in the Berea and Morningside suburbs, mouldings and architraves from classical architecture are utilized on many of these houses and therefore encourage people to live in the elegance of the old Colonial style. One can see the difference in each of these suburbs and differentiate in their choices. A good deal of modernization has taken place in many of these areas which now also reflects a distinct contempory influence. The variety of architecture is evidenced by an eclectic mix of architectural styles that include large Victorian, Edwardian, art deco and modern homes, the majority of which bring to mind the days of yore. The views of this garden suburb with its tree-lined streets offer some of the most superb sea and city vies. The city centre is an easy bus trip, the beaches are close by and the pavement restaurants are renown, as is the Botanic Gardens. The hub of the area is the Musgrave Centre which houses, shops catering for most if not all requirements. To supplement the above and in close proximity are golf clubs, the Natal Sharks Board and the Ushaka Marine World. In 1931 Howard College opened and offered the first tertiary education with 327 students enrolling in 1936, escalating to 27 500 students in 2002 when the Westville University was incorporated. Durban Beachfront The area covers North Beach, South Beach, Esplanade, CBD and Point Waterfront. It is central and easy access to everything from schools, colleges, businesses, shopping, the beach and the harbour. From beautiful art deco buildings along the beachfront and the Victoria embankment to compact city studio apartments and ultra-modern apartments on the Point Waterfront – the area offers something for everyone. Glenmore Glenmore is a lovely leafy green suburb in Durban neighboring Glenwood. This residential suburb boasts wide grassy verges with beautiful trees making it a perfect area to raise your children. Many a resident are seen walking dogs, cycling, skateboarding and jogging on a daily basis. Residents have access to first class schooling namely Glenmore Primary School, Eden College, Holy Family College as well as many pre-schools right on your doorstep. With the Universtiy of KwaZulu Natal – Howard College and Nelson Mandela School of Medicine being within walking distance many students are accommodated within the area. Glenmore residents are lucky to have major hospitals, shopping centres, coffee shops, restaurants and take ways nearby, catering to their many needs. Security and maintenance of the area of paramount importance to the community so you will find Blue Security patrolling the streets on a regular basis. An additional benefit to the Glenmore community watch which will enable to keep up to date with locate happenings in the area. Glenwood This suburb though having very similar geographical positions as Berea and Morningside to the city is generally different in so far as the houses built in the area are more conventional and though there are some large houses the majority were developed in the 1950’s to serve the large sector of the population who were employed in the harbour and the industrial areas to the South of the City. Because of the migration of this population to the Bluff, Merebank and areas further South the area blossomed catering for the younger person employed in the CBD and those professionals and students associated with the University. In recent years the area has become trendy with an abundance of restaurants and pavement coffee shops. The higher density housing provide for community living as opposed to the lower density housing associated with the Berea and Morningside. Additional multi-unit and flat development also caters for a discerning sector of the population. Most major roads are on bus routes and all facilities in the city are easily accessible. Morningside Is a large gentrified suburb that spreads from the lower end of the ridge overlooking Durban, to just above Greyville Race Course. Morningside also offers some classic examples of large Edwardian and Victorian style homes with tin roofs and wide veranda’s, including the State Presidents residence. It has large sprawling parks like Mitchell Park and Jameson Park as well as trendy streets on which a distinctly cosmopolitan atmosphere attracts a vibrant nightlife to its restaurants and pubs, especially around Florida Road. Morningside ranks as one of Durban’s three most popular suburbs which one can get good value for money. The established tree lined streets and close proximity to the city makes it even more appealing. The new Moses Mabhida soccer stadium forms a landmark. Umbilo Umbilo is situated approximately 2 kilometers from Durban’s City Centre business area and close to the Durban Harbour, it’s also positioned close to Maydon Wharf, home to National Companies including Portnet. The neighborhood comprises of the older types of buildings, many family businesses such as workshops, warehousing, commercial and retail clothing factories started here. The homes are ideal for the larger family, with spacious rooms, wooden floors, high ceilings and gardens big enough to accommodate a pool. Affordable houses and flats for the middle man to invest into. Same history that surrounds Umbilo is that it still has the oldest transport route still running "Route 7" - the Umbilo River was named by the Zulus and was the home to many Hippos. The first Indian Temple was built in 1875 but was destroyed by the floods in 1905. One of the oldest churches in Umbilo is St Cypricans Anglican Church built in 1869 is still going strong. A wonderful family atmosphere, an entertaining evening out once a month at the Rhumbelow Theatre which was built by the service men and women of the 1st and 2nd world war residing in the Umbilo area, with shopping malls, places of workship, hairdressers, nursery schools, junior and high schools and take aways, all supported by the community. Climate The Berea and related suburbs have one of the finest climates in the world with mild Winter’s and summers of sunshine all of which is conducive to good health and a joy in living. Home Styles Vary from the conventional to colonial and post-colonial era, and Edwardian and Victorian architecture abounds. Schools All areas have Junior and Senior schools and the University of KwaZulu Natal is in close proximity. Addington pre-primary is located on South Beach and George Campbell High school is on North Beach. In addition the areas have the following high profile schools: Durban Girls College Clifton Private School Maritz Brothers Glenwood Boys High Durban Girls High Durban High School Shopping Centres In and within close proximity to the Berea are numerous shopping centres and malls which house all the best-known and favourite stores. In addition the weekend Essenwood market is a favourite for people who would like a relaxing alternative to conventional shopping. Recreation Greyville Race Course for the avid gambler, Durban Country Club, Beachwood and Windsor Club for the golfer. Botanic Gardens for relaxation and good music. The Bulwer Art Gallery for the artiste and many other relaxing sports such as bowls and tennis are available. The area is spoilt with choices for entertainment – boasting Ushaka Marine world, Suncoast Casino and Hotel, pristine beaches, the Durban Harbour, the prestigious Play House Theatre, Moses Mabhida Stadium, the newly revamped promenade that has been extended from Blue Lagoon right through to Ushaka and various shops and restaurants on virtually every corner. General All of the suburbs in the Berea are accessible by car, bus or taxi. Medical facilities such as Entabeni Hospital, St Augustine’s and numerous others are within easy reach. The Beach area has a very diverse population ranging from students to retired people, executives and families. With everything the area has on offer and the easy travelling distance to anywhere in Durban the area really is sought after and remains a wonderful place to live and invest. Typical Properties Berea and suburbs offer a choice of Colonial (Edwardian-Victorian), Conventional type homes and multi-unit developments. Most homes on the Ridge enjoy fantastic sea, city and harbour views. Area: Berea and adjacent suburbs, Glenwood, Morningside, North Beach, South Beach, Esplanade, CBD and Point Waterfront Types of Properties: Houses, Simplexes, Duplexes, Flats, Townhouses and minimal vacant land, with the Beach area being primarily flats – sectional title and share block as well as duplex and townhouses Price: Houses from R850 000 to R15 000 000+ Simplexes & Duplexes from R850 000 to R2 500 000+ Flats and Townhouses from R100 000 to R10 000 000+ Vacant Land from R250 per sqm No
Morehouses-for-sale.durban

Aloe Rock

De Waterkant , Cape Town
1 bedroom
1,635 R
1/26/2018
This stylish apartment is situated in raw and textured rock set against the smooth glass and tempered steel of The Rockwell building, sheltered in the shadow of Table Mountain. The incorporation of the more sophisticated elements opposed to the more traditional designs, gives this apartment a contemporary feel and a unique style of its own. Boasting high-quality finishes with a keen attention to detail, this small yet spacious apartment features an open-plan living room with a twin bed, a fully equipped kitchen, a luxury lounge that opens onto a large balcony with an impressive view of the city, giving you the sense of an upmarket and industrial New York feel. The apartment is centrally situated in the heart of Cape Town with the Victoria and Albert Waterfront just a stone's throw away. The Rockwell is positioned in the centre of De Waterkant and is ideally situated so you can experience the uniqueness of city. It is just minutes from the pristine beaches of Clifton and Camps Bay and a short drive from attractions including Kirstenbosch, Cape Point, the Cape Winelands and the wild West Coast. Furnished Property Reference #: 1252379 Nearby Places/Vicinity: *** Agent Details: www.safarinow.com 153 Main road Muizenbuerg 7945
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