Prime prop­erty now on the Web

On­line auc­tions are tak­ing cen­tre stage across all sec­tors of the South African and in­ter­na­tional mar­ket, writes Michelle Swart

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im­prove­ments in­clude a manned se­cu­rity of­fice at the main en­trance, a tarred park­ing area sur­round­ing the of­fice block and a large gated yard and dis­patch area at the rear of the prop­erty. The gross an­nual in­come on the prop­erty is R3,62m.

Sit­u­ated 6km from Cape Town, N’Dabeni is con­sid­ered a prime lo­ca­tion, with easy ac­cess to the M5, N1 and N2 high­ways. Bor­dered to the south­east by Pinelands and to the north by Maitland, the area is served by a rail­way sta­tion.

“This prop­erty has an ex­cel­lent rental in­come with solid ten­ants in place, and the over­all in­vest­ment anal­y­sis, avail­able to po­ten­tial bid­ders is im­pres­sive.”

Fa­clier says that aside from the in­dus­trial site, an op­por­tu­nity ex­ists for bid­ders to pur­chase 2ha of land in Gaut­eng with ex­ten­sive ac­com­mo­da­tion and var­i­ous other fa­cil­i­ties on site.

The prop­erty is in Hartzen­berg­fontein, just 81km north of Pre­to­ria, and would be ideal for con­fer­enc­ing, a re­ha­bil­i­ta­tion or treat­ment cen­tre, a hol­i­day camp or a re­li­gious in­sti­tu­tion.

Joey Burke, New Busi­ness De­vel­op­ment for Go-Dove Prop­erty (Africa), says: “SA is be­com­ing in­creas­ingly pop­u­lar as a des­ti­na­tion for ev­ery­thing from hol­i­day­ing and con­fer­enc­ing to re­ha­bil­i­ta­tion and even med­i­cal sa­faris. The Go-Dove in­ter­na­tional on­line auc­tion plat­form will cre­ate great ex­po­sure for these kinds of prop­er­ties around the world.”

The prop­erty mea­sures 20 215ha and in­cludes a large cen­tral dwelling with a num­ber of out­build­ings. A large thatched-roof res­i­dence of­fers up to 20 bed­rooms with a com­bi­na­tion of com­mu­nal show­ers and en suite bath­rooms. The prop­erty also fea­tures sep­a­rate en­ter­tain­ment ar­eas, an enor­mous hall with a stage, con­fer­ence rooms, sev­eral kitchens and three liv­ing room/lounges. In ad­di­tion, it has four self-con­tained out­build­ings with liv­ing rooms, bed­rooms and bath­rooms. A large swim­ming pool and an en­closed thatched boma com­plete the pic­ture.

A lux­u­ri­ous Con­stan­tia guest­house will also be in­cluded in the on­line auc­tion.

Fa­clier says that the on­line auc­tion will show­case this de­sir­able, fully func­tional guest­house in the Con­stan­tia winelands not only to lo­cal but also to in­ter­na­tional buy­ers through the in­ter­na­tional web­site at a time when Cape Town con­tin­ues to be rated across the globe as one of the best tourist des­ti­na­tions in the world.

To be sold as a go­ing concern, the prop­erty, which is sit­u­ated at 28 Ever­green Lane, op­er­ates as a well-es­tab­lished busi­ness with a loyal, ex­ist­ing client base and book­ings into the fu­ture, says Fa­clier.

It cov­ers 2 152m² and the 4star guest­house has 12 bed­rooms, as well as con­fer­ence fa­cil­i­ties. There is a sep­a­rate din­ing area, a large kitchen and am­ple off-street park­ing for guests within fully walled and se­cured premises.

Lo­cated in the heart of the Cape’s world-renowned Con­stan­tia winelands, its over­all ap­peal is one of seren­ity, says Fa­clier.

The prop­erty has views of Ta­ble Moun­tain and the guest­house is set amid a large gar­den with rolling lawns, a mar­ble court­yard, wooden decks and a swim­ming pool.

“These prop­er­ties are prime ex­am­ples of the type of se­lec­tively cho­sen range in which Go-Dove Africa will be spe­cial­is­ing, and will be avail­able for bid­ding on­line along­side a num­ber of other unique com­mer­cial and high-end res­i­den­tial in­vest­ment op­por­tu­ni­ties that will be on auc­tion in Au­gust,” says Fa­clier.

These prop­er­ties, among oth­ers, will be on auc­tion via GoDove’s in­ter­na­tional web­site.

While they can be viewed on­line from a month be­fore the auc­tion, the auc­tion it­self will open on Au­gust 21 at 14h00 and close on Au­gust 25 at 16h00.

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