Building in heart of town up for sale
SITUATED in the heart of the Stellenbosch tourist area, Unit 9, the Andmar Building, is to be auctioned off on Tuesday, December 1.
Surrounded by museums, the landmark Moederkerk and century-old oak trees that line the famous Church and Ryneveld streets, the building was designed by Paul le Roux and built in the early 1970s on instruction of the wellknown Stellenbosch family, the Du Toits.
For the first 10 years, André du Toit sr used the corner retail store for his shoe store, but later handed the reins over to his son, who built up the Anleo name, which continued successfully for two decades. For the past nine years, Era has occupied this retail space.
In 1999, the block was sectionalised by Gerhard Gous and Jacques du Toit. The building consists of four storeys with a garden balcony.
In the past four years, the historical core of Stellenbosch has blossomed into a hive of coffee shops and designer stores appealing to the thousands of tourists who visit these parts.
For the first time, the corner retail unit, measuring 110m², that was home to Du Toit Skoene, Anleo and now Era, will be up for sale by public auction by Village Living.
For more information, c o n t a c t t h e a u c t i o n e e r, Hendrik Lemmer at 083 771 1143 or e-mail Hen firstname.lastname@example.org.
Up for sale: The Andmar building in Stellenbosch.