This house is built on a stand that is 1300m² in size. It is a very well maintained beginner’s home and is ideal for a young couple to start a family. It offers you as a potential buyer 2 bedrooms, with built in cupboards. 1 Separate bathroom.
Then there is a big spacious kitchen that need some modernising.
For your leisure the property offers a few special features such as a pool and braai area at the back. However the stand can easily be subdivide or you can build a 2nd house on the stand.
Security wise the property is equipped with security on the windows and doors. Further it is surrounded by high Palisade and security gates. The driveway access gate and garage door are motorised.
In order for you to purchase this lovely property, your income before deductions must be R 27 500 or more. This is at an interest rate of 8 %. It can be a combined income. This combined income does not have to be husband and wife. You can buy with a friend or a work colleague together.
In 1897 a piece of land was cut (subdivided) from the original Daspoort farm, this was called Hercules. In 1902 after ending the South African war, a treaty was signed and the director J.W.B Gunning Established Claremont out of the suburb Hercules.
This central Western suburb of Booysens lies in a vertical rectangle with Bremer and V D Hoff Streets as its fulcrum. Neighbors to Pretoria Gardens, Daspoort and Claremont, Booysens lay a mere 20 minutes’ drive west of Pretoria CBD.
Van Der Hoff Street was the main road connecting Pretoria and the mine in Rustenburg. It was an area that was fast in development. In 1972 the Ollie Deneyschen Tunnel (known as Daspoort Tunnel) was opened to ease the heavy traffic between the west and Pretoria CBD. Construction of the tunnel took 40 months and cost the Municipality R 1700 000. It is 573 m in length and 11.6 m in width and 7.5 m in height. It has a capacity of 6000 vehicles a day