Chance to buy lock-up-and-go unit in Worces­ter

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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 alan@michael­

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