House rent farm west
Important: This property is a Monthly Rental Kings Kloof Farm House This is the king of the castle featuring magnificent 360 degrees panoramic views. 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, Open plan living area with a fireplace, kitchen and scullery and a double car port, with it's own garden and electric fencing. To arrange a viewing please contact Howard on via sms with your name, time and day you wish to view as well as "Kings Kloof" as reference. Reference number:
Cape Town (Western Cape)
BUFFELSPOORT Spacious and neat 3 bedroom house on farm. Close to main house. Own yard R5000 rent + R800 water and electricity.
28 Stands on 15.8 Ha Land for Development TO LET in Doornfontein, Johannesurg TO LET: This development on 15.8 Ha is located on a prime spot offering exceptional M1 and M2 East / West Hi-Way Exposure. 13 Ha will be developed on 28 stands ranging in size from +-2,300 M to 14,000 M (Ha) - The prime location offers easy access to the M1 and M2 Hiway and N1 and N3 and other main arterial. Industrial 1 R 750.00 p/sm Excl. VAT Internal Agency Ref No:ZZ00005540 Property Reference #: 3150499 Nearby Schools: Close to all amenities including retail, schools, recreational and proximity to highways Technikon Witwatersrand University of Johannesburg Nearby Places/Vicinity: Doornfontein is an inner-city suburb of Johannesburg, South Africa, located to the east of the city centre, Region 8. The area, whose name means "thorn fountain", was originally the southern part of a farm owned by Frederick Jacobus Bezuidenhout, and was proclaimed a public diggings after the discover of gold on the Witwatersrand in 1886. The suburb was laid out in the late 1880s by Thomas Yeo, and became the first residential suburb of Johannesburg. In 1897 the freehold of the suburb was bought by a company owned by the mining magnate Barney Barnato, and the district became known as "Millionaire's Row". Following the Anglo-Boer War, many of the wealthier residents moved north to Parktown, and Doornfontein became home to many Jewish immigrants. During the Great Depression large parts of Doornfontein were bought up by property speculators and turned into slum housing or "yards". These areas were cleared in the mid- 1930s and became light industrial manufacturing areas. Large areas of Doornfontein are now occupied by the Technikon Witwatersrand, which is now a part of the University of Johannesburg, Ellis Park Stadium and Johannesburg (Athletics) Stadium. The Johannesburg meeting house of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) has been situated at 3 Gordon Terrace since the late 1950s. The area had undergone substantial transport renewal in 2008 in preparation for the 2010 FIFA World Cup in soccer, especially the introduction of a key route of the new rapid transit bus system.2 Agent Details: Brad Presto Hall Real Estate - Bedfordview/Edenvale 67 Van Buuren Road Bedfordview 2007 Johannesburg www.hallrealestate.co.za