A Strand building that once served as a synagogue will be auctioned on October 4 at 12.30pm.
Steeped in rich history and culture, the 1938 building is now officially recognised as a heritage property, with “general residential” zoning, as well as “GR2” sub-zoning.
The Star of David motif still adorns the front façade of the building as a striking reminder of its origin.
The property at 59 Wesley Street in The Strand is now used as a residence, and comprises four spacious bedrooms and four bathrooms (two bathrooms are en-suite).
Furthermore, there are two offices, a double-volume open-plan living area, large kitchen, gym area and laundry room on the property. Outside is a braai area with a splash pool.
The property includes an adjacent vacant plot that has parking space for up to eight vehicles.
“Each of the two properties has an erf size of 454m², which creates massive redevelopment potential.
“For the discerning property investor who can appreciate the heritage value of this property – as well as the investment appeal of the prime location – this is the ideal property to buy,” says Mike Baigel, ClareMart Group auction executive.
The property at 59 Wesley Street will be on show this Sunday from 3pm to 5pm.
For more details, email Baigel on firstname.lastname@example.org, call 0829269479 or seewww.claremart.co.za.