Expiry: 
01/31/2017 - 00:00

A rare opportunity to own an historical gem. Recognized as one of the oldest buildings in Johannesburg, Hy Many House is the original Randpark Ridge farmhouse. This well-loved property dates back to 1860 and is a Provincial Heritage Site. It also proudly displays one of the City's prestigious blue plaques.

 

Hy-Many House Blue Plaque (The Heritage Portal)

 

Whilst the house has been completely refurbished and modernized, it still contains much of its original charm through its 1929 Cape Dutch Gables, 4 original fireplaces, 330mm thick rock walls and veranda that spans the full front of the house.

 

Archive photo of Hy-Many House (source unknown)

 

This beautiful treasure comprises 3 spacious receptions with newly laid laminated floors and high insulated ceilings, that all flow onto the stoep, garden and swimming pool. These generous living areas also provide great views of the garden and its 5 magnificent Jacaranda trees, which used to line the home’s driveway, and are believed to be the oldest in the city.

3-carpeted bedrooms serviced by 2 full bathrooms (1 en-suite with a large dressing room). Oak and granite kitchen with ample space for all appliances. 

Hy Many house also includes a spacious guest suite / granny flat /office, with a full bathroom and kitchenette, and its own access.

Additional features include a large double garage, zozo hut for additional storage, alarm system, pool pump and geyser timers, rebated COJ rates, and plenty of off street parking.

This free standing home provides space and privacy whilst having the benefit of being situated in a small complex. Spacious and secure – the best of both worlds.

Negotiating R2 799 000 – R2 899 000

Levy R2 903.00. Exclusive Use Area Levy R302.90. Rates +/- R900

Contact Janine to arrange a viewing - 082 561 3245 or janine@soldit.co.za. Click here for more photographs.

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Created
Wed, 10/12/2016 - 15:02

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