IN BOOMED SECURITY ROAD.
STUNNING, NEAT AND SPACIOUS GARDEN TOWNHOUSE APRIL 18 OCCUPATION!
Downstairs: Entrance hall nice and modern kitchen with lots of cupboards and with laundry room, 1 bedroom staff quarters with toilet and shower. Large lounge and diningroom leading onto nice patio to lovely manicured small garden.
Upstairs: 3 spacious bedrooms with built-in cupboards, main-en-suite with bath and shower and second bathroom with big shower. Double automated garage. 24 Hour security.
Complex pool, braai area and tennis courts for the family.
ASKING RENTAL R17500PM EXCLUDING WATER/ELECTRICITY.
The garden suburb of Bedfordview is one of the closest suburbs of Johannesburg to the OR Tambo Airport (other than Edenvale), so for business people dipping into the city only briefly, Bedfordview is an ideal location. Bedfordview provides easy access to Johannesburg, Sandton and the East Rand. Bedfordview is located in the hub of South Africa's financial, manufacturing, marketing and storage facilities. Colleges, universities and excellent schools are all within easy reach.
The leafy suburb of Bedfordview is home to a number of shopping malls, including Bedford Centre, Bedford Square plus the vibrant and recently upgraded Eastgate Shopping Mall with its myriad shops, entertainment venues and excellent restaurants. Bedfordview offers many family recreational activities such as rowing clubs, walking trails and picnic areas. There are numerous sporting facilities and most religious denominations are represented. In addition Bedfordview is still a vibrant café culture, and a quick drive through its leafy streets on a Saturday morning will reveal a health conscious, family-orientated demographic with an appreciation for high-end fashion and sports cars.
History of Bedfordview:
The site of Bedfordview was largely taken up by the farm Elandsfontein, and was administered as part of the District of Potchefstroom in the South African Republic. The coat-of-arms of Bedfordview features an Eland holding a fountain as a tribute to the early rural history of the town. In 1853, the farm “Elands Vontyn” was inspected and remained the property of the government until it was granted to GPL van der Linden on the 17th June 1867. The farm remained in the family for a number of years although it was subdivided. The Witwatersrand Gold Reef had a huge impact on the area. Elandsfontein was purchased for the mineral rights, and was later divided into smaller farms and small-holdings, many of which were settled by retired miners. The entire area became known as Geldenhuys Estate.