Features

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Baths

Garage

Parking

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Swimming Pool

Garden

Furnished

Restaurant

Pet Friendly

Alarm

Guest Rooms

Wheelchair

Wireless

Aircon

Spa

Elevator

Conference Facilities

  • Main bedroom with curtain rails, built-in cupboards and queen bed
  • Bedroom 2 with curtain rails, double bed and carpeted floors
  • Bedroom 3 with curtain rails, built-in cupboards and double bed
  • Bedroom 4 with curtain rails, built-in cupboards and double bed
  • Bathroom with basin, bath, shower, toilet and wooden floors
  • Open plan family/TV room with curtain rails, wood fireplace and wooden floors
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Versatile heritage home with 3 separate but interlinked living areas.

Proud Exclusive Joint Mandate. This charmingly restored heritage home with the original part of the cottage dating back to 1910 has a wonderful atmosphere and allure from the moment you walk through the front door. Set in a private garden with mountain views and undercover patios that link the 3 separate living areas, you can quickly see how this could be a very easy to live in space,and would allow for a large family to spread out or for a retired couple to have additional space for visitors or possibly a short term rental to generate a passive income. The main house with reeded ceilings an open plan lounge and newly renovated kitchen create a wonderful sense of flow all overlooking the beautifully established garden. With an added laundry / utilities space off the kitchen provides a practical storage and service area leaving the visible kitchen free from daily clutter. There is One bedroom with an adjoining bathroom in this area. Carry on past the kitchen and you come to the oldest part of the home. Here you will find an entirely separate living space with its own street entrance, an additional lounge living area and a further two bedrooms and one bathroom. French doors connect this area to the garden and mountains beyond. At the other end of the home in an area this family call the “West Wing” you will find an additional bedroom, bathroom and lounge / living space which is ideal for visitors or a teen pad away from the main living. This too has its own French doors leading out overlooking the garden and links seamlessly to the rest of the house via the under cover patio. All in all this is a wonderfully versatile multi-functional home with the added charm of being a heritage property in the historical part of the village. If you are looking for great value for money this is a must view.

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30 Church Street, Stanford

Property details

Erf size:
1,101 m²

Energy Supplies:
Eskom,

Rates and Taxes
R1,400 per month

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