Victorian family home under the hammer
A VICTORIAN house on the corner of Avenue Le Sueur and Gorleston Road in Fresnaye will be sold on auction in November by GoIndustry Dovebid South Africa.
The property is close to the Sea Point Promenade, beach and commercial district and beach front, and the Cape Town CBD.
“We’re expecting huge interest for this property, as large Victorian family homes in sought after Atlantic seaboard suburbs rarely come onto the market,” says Kim Faclier, managing director for property at GoIndustry Dovebid South Africa.
The 450m2 double storey family home is on a 892m ² north-east facing erf. Historical features and finishes include wooden flooring, stained glass windows and ornate ceilings and gables. The covered verandas overlook the large garden and pool area.
The house has four bedrooms, two bathrooms and two guest toilets, a lounge area, a bar room/entertainment area, a large dining room, a kitchen with built-in cupboards and a laundry room. There is also a separate two-bedroom flatlet with a large private balcony, an open plan living room and kitchenette. Staff quarters at the back of the building include one bathroom.
The property will be auctioned on site at noon on November 3.
Viewing will take place from 3pm to 5pm on October 9 and 30.
Call Kim Faclier on 082 5546 295 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
This modern three-storey unit in Grande Bay, Big Bay was sold by the ClareMart Auction Group for R1.74 million on the instruction of the creditors of an insolvent estate. According to ClareMart’s general executive director, Andrew Koch the onsite auction attracted more than 30 prospective cash buyers. For information on upcoming auctions, call Andrew Koch on 021 425 8822 and 082 494 9631, email email@example.com or visit www.claremart.co.za.
The Victorian family home on the corner of Avenue Le Sueur and Gorleston Road in Fresnaye will be auctioned