“The upmarket apartment forms part of a sectional title development, 412 Musgrave Road, divided into two blocks."
Ian Wyles Auctioneers’ first major 2019 multi-property sale at the Durban Country Club on January 30 at 11am will feature a range of dwellings, many in popular areas of Durban and its coastal areas.
Andrew Giddy, property manager for Ian Wyles, says one of the attractions is the “sale by default” of a sprawling four-bedroom apartment in Musgrave for which the original buyer failed to make the required payments.
“The upmarket apartment forms part of a sectional title development, 412 Musgrave Road, divided into two blocks.
“The apartment is on the second floor with spectacular views over the beach and city skyline towards Durban harbour.”
Also on offer are:
* A two-bedroom holiday apartment in The Flying Fish block within walking distance of Hibberdene beach. The sea-view apartment has a lock-up garage;
* Neighbouring three-bedroom houses at 4 and 6 Halifax Road, Woodlands. The houses, both with garages, are close to Brighton Beach, shops and schools. After renovation both houses would make ideal “starter” homes.
* Over 9000m² of undeveloped residential beachfront land in Pumula, near Port Shepstone. Pumula village is set in the lush vegetation of the South Coast with a beautiful beach near Banana Beach.
* A double-storey home at 77 Cato Road in Durban’s picturesque Bulwer suburb. The house has colonial-style features.
For details and viewing arrangements, phone 082 601 9278 or 031 579 4403 or email email@example.com.