A two-in-one investment opportunity in a sought-after suburb
The popularity of Groenkloof Estate Village, Pretoria, is ever-growing since being closed off with 24/7 security-manned entrances. And with growing demand for families to settle in this tranquil, centrally-located area, property values are on the increase.
Less than a 10-minute drive from all Pretoria’s well-known and sought-after schools, the University of Pretoria, Unisa, several hospitals and top shopping centres, plus the N1, it’s a no-brainer to ignore its potential.
This newly-listed property (erf 2 056m² and buildings ±320m²) in Herbert Baker Street, Groenkloof, offers one of the most spectacular 180° views over Pretoria. Its terraced natural garden contains beautiful indigenous trees, and the huge stand would allow a second home with stunning uninterrupted views to be built with safe access – a perfect opportunity for two families to invest and develop, each with their own privacy.
The existing older, stately home has a lovely, timeless design and is well-maintained. From an entrance hall, an eye-catching broad wooden staircase leads to a formal lounge with cosy fireplace.
Sip red wine while enjoying the charm and warmhearted character of this well-designed property with its gleaming Rhodesian teak floors. The dining room is positioned next to a well-equipped kitchen with space for a breakfast nook. An extra adjacent room is perfect as a storeroom, hobby room, or for a nanny.
A natural light-filled spacious family room is sunny and north-facing, flowing to the front lawn and entertainment veranda. A bathroom and large bedroom with many built-in cupboards on the ground level is an added bonus should there be residents not wanting to climb the staircase to the upper level.
There, three extra spacious, double bedrooms with built in cupboards/shelving and bathroom await – all with views over Pretoria and the Union Buildings.
Security is excellent with a lockup garage and safe carports.
On show on March 23 from 11 am to 2.30pm. Pointers from Baines, Wenning and Herbert Baker streets.