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Posted On Wednesday, 30 November 2011 02:00 Published by eProp Commercial Property News
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A diverse range of property and business opportunities are up for auction in early December.


An established equestrian estate in Joostenberg Vlakte, a small holding node in the Kraaifontein area, is on offer.

Joostenberg Vlakte is directly accessible from the N1 Highway via the M167 Kraaifontein industrial off-ramp, and comprises of mostly equestrian type smallholdings.

The property is zoned agricultural, and extends over 4, 0867 Ha. The property hosts a traditional Spanish farmhouse, an established garden, various outbuildings, spacious paddocks, pool terrace, farm buildings, 800m² barn and a staff cottage.

Comments Jacques Coetzer of Auction Alliance, “This is an opportunity for investors to purchase an attractive residential farm in a well-established smallholding node”.

The auction takes place 6 December at 12pm at The Block, 51 Wale Street, Cape Town

The property is on show on Sunday 4 November between 3pm-5pm.

Comprising workshop and office space, this first-rate industrial property, is located in the established Blackheath Industria node.

The property is well-situated along Buttskop Road, just off Wimbledon Road, and has easy access to both Van Riebeeck and Stellenbosch Roads, the main arterials running through the node.

The property’s central location provides it with quick access to both the N2 and N1 Freeways, ensuring efficient access to all business and industrial nodes located along the main business corridors running from the northern suburbs until the Cape Town CBD.

The property is zoned industrial, and hosts a double volume workshop measuring 1100m², and double storey office space measuring 250m². In addition, the property features a paved and secure yard, and an electrical power supply of 450 AMPS.

Comments Jacques Coetzer of Auction Alliance, “This is an excellent opportunity for an owner occupier to secure a good property in a good location”.

The auction takes place 6 December at 12pm at The Block, 51 Wale Street, Cape Town.

Saffron House, a light industrial building in the well-established light industrial node of Lansdowne, is perfectly suited to owner occupiers.

The triple storey property is centrally situated on the corner of Induland Avenue and Bloemvlei Road, adjacent to a petrol station. The property is easily accessible via the M17 Jan Smuts Drive and the M24 Turf Hall Road.

The property extends over a GLA of 1554m², and is zoned commercial. The ground floor hosts an open plan area that is utilised as a retail store, and includes 2 store rooms and ablution facilities. The first floor accommodates a large open plan office with ablution facilities and a kitchenette.

The second floor hosts a large open plan area for office/industrial use, 1 office and ablution facilities. There is a storage facility on the side of the building as well as 8 off street parking bays at the front of the building.

Comments Ross Sheldon of Auction Alliance, “This is a prime opportunity for owner occupiers and investors to secure a first-rate light industrial property in a highly sought after node”.

The auction takes place 6 December at 12pm at The Block, 51 Wale Street, Cape Town.

These ten adjacent farms are located approximately 50 kilometres from the town of Ladismith in the Klein Karoo.

The farms form a unit, and the topography varies from wide open plains to rocky mountains. The original intention was to convert the farms into a game unit, and as such, all stock fencing has been taken down, except for a fence that forms the boundary of the farms.

The grazing capacity is in the order of 40 ha per large unit stock. Livestock includes approximately 30 Eland, 50 Springbuck and 20 heads of cattle.

Comments Willie Van Rensburg of Auction Alliance, “This is an outstanding opportunity for developers and owner occupiers to secure a farm in a beautiful area that offers several possibilities”.

The auction takes place 6 December at 12pm at The Block, 51 Wale Street, Cape Town.

This ex health and fitness centre in the established residential node of Oakglen represents a first-rate redevelopment opportunity.

The property extends over an approximate GLA of 1229m², and is conveniently situated at 1A Leather Oak Street, just off the Old Paarl Road which links to the N1 Freeway and Bellville.

The property is zoned general residential, and accommodation on the ground floor includes an entrance hall, 2 squash halls, male and female change rooms, sauna, indoor swimming pool, entertainment area, 2 exercising halls, 2 large storage areas and offices. The ground floor also hosts a one bedroom flatlet.

The upper floor features an aerobics hall as well as male and bathrooms, each offering a sauna. The property offers ample tarred parking at the back, side and front of the building.

Comments Jacques Coetzer of Auction Alliance, “The property’s central location in an established residential node, makes it an excellent redevelopment opportunity for developers and owner occupiers”.

The auction takes place 6 December at 12pm at The Block, 51 Wale Street, Cape Town.

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