Ian Wyles Auctioneers will on October 30 handle the bank-instructed disposal of five Durban properties with four flats and a family residence scheduled to go under the hammer.
On offer will be:
Two flats in the Mourbon block at 40 Bonamour Avenue in Bulwer, Durban. Bulwer is close to the Durban CBD with easy access to the N3 and R102 freeways. The one-bedroom and bachelor flats are 51 and 35m² in size, respectively, and form part of 46 flats located in Mourbon. The properties are close to Glenwood Village shopping centre, Food Lover’s Market, Netcare St Augustine’s Hospital, Stella Sports Club, the University of KZN, Greyville racetrack, Musgrave Shopping Centre and other local amenities.
A three-bedroomed family house at 39 Allamanda Road, Glen Hills, in the popular Durban North area. The dwelling also has staff accommodation and is close to Virginia Airport, hospitals, police Stations, Epcot Pre-Primary School, Virginia Preparatory School, Danville Park Girls’ Secondary School, Rinaldo Centre, and Newlyn Shopping Centre. The R102 and M12 freeways are nearby.
A second-floor, one-bedroomed flat of 48m² in the Miltondale block at 72 Goble Road in Morningside. The lot also includes a staircase which covers 31m². The unit is close to schools, hospitals, and other local amenities with easy access to M19 and R102 freeways.
Flat 51 in Windleigh House, a high-rise apartment block at 67 Dr Langalibalele Dube (Winder) Street on Durban’s South Beach. The 35m², one-bedroomed flat with enclosed balcony needs some repair work, according to the auctioneers, but has good, central location close China Mall, Addington Hospital, uShaka Marine World, and other public amenities.
For further information, contact Andrew Giddy at 083 7994403 or 031 5794403 or email email@example.com or visit www.ianwyles.co.za.