Chance to buy lock-up-and-go unit in Worcester
A NEAT, ground-floor unit in a secure block will soon be submitted for public auction in Worcester.
The 82m² property, which for ms part of an insolvent estate, is situated in the centre of Worcester, close to all amenities and the Boland Park Stad i u m , s ay s A l a n S c u l l y o f Michael James Organisation.
The Breede River valley, the largest wine-producing region in South Africa, is on the scenic Route 62, the longest wine route in the Western Cape.
The Boland town and the d i s t r i c t o f Wo r c e s t e r l i e beneath the Brandwacht, Overhex and Langeberg mountains, between the Breede and Hex rivers, he says.
The charm of Worcester – the largest town in the Breede River municipal area and the last big Boland town on the road heading north through the Karoo – has, as yet, been discovered by relatively few people, says Scully.
“The area offers easy access to wineries, game reserves, cultural tourism, hiking trails, mountain climbing, horse-back riding and canoeing, among a host of other activities.”
Worcester’s broad streets are planted with rows of fir, bluegum and poplar trees, and there are grassy sidewalks, he adds.
The unit to be auctioned has a tiled entrance, and an openplan lounge-cum-dining room with built-in fireplace.
Adjacent to the living area is an open-plan fitted kitchen with granite tops. An aluminium sliding door leads from the living room to the back yard.
The property has two bedrooms with laminated flooring and built-in cupboards, and a family bathroom. There is also a parking bay.
The auction will be held on site at Unit 9, Baring Street Mews, Worcester, at 11.15 am on Wednesday, June 23. The unit may be viewed on Sunday, June 20, between 2 and 4pm.
A 10-percent de posit is required at the fall of the hammer and the balance on transfer. “No commission is payable on this sale,” says Scully.
Call Alan Scully at 021 421 7007 or 082 550 2540, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org