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12/31/2017 - 00:00

The Oslo House” was built in 1905 after the erf was transferred in 1902 in the owner’s name (forming part of “the Oranjezicht estate”) and is still in almost original state with Scandinavian wooden floors, English fire-places, Dutch roof tiles and more.

This Monument is under Heritage protection and the minimal amendments to the property have been approved by the Heritage Authority.

Ground floor: stoep around the house, garden, entrance, impressive double story hall, living room with original fireplace, dining room, bedroom with en-suite bathroom (shower, basin, toilet), laundry with drying yard, scullery, lounge with original fireplace, breakfast room with kitchen unit, entertainment area with steam room, shower, Jacuzzi, outdoor solar heated pool and terrace, toilet.

First floor; landing, spacious bedroom with bath, basin and toilet, 3 more spacious bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms with shower, toilet and basin, storeroom. All bedrooms have direct access to the wrapped around balcony.

 

Oslo House (Immo Properties)

 

Parking; 3 off-street parking bays.

Location; opposite park, close to the St Cyprian’s school, Deutsch Schule Kapstadt, Gardens Shopping Center and City Bowl. Close to the M3 - the Waal Drive, direction N2 (airport in 20 minutes).

General amenities: 3 hot water cylinders with solar panels and geyser wise system, solar panel for pool heating, satellite dish, electric fence around 1st floor balcony, Alarm (ADT monitoring).

The property is currently used as a guesthouse and is held in a CC so VAT is applicable to the transfer of the property. From the stoep and first floor wrapped around balcony you will have undisrupted views to Devil’s Peak, Table Mountain, City Bowl to Blouberg over Table Bay, Signal Hill.

Price: 16 900 000 (Immo Invest)

Contact:  Marcel Hoogebeen - 082 808 3414

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Created
Sat, 09/30/2017 - 08:25

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