Perfectly positioned in sought after Norscot Slopes
Offers from R2 999 000
Beautifully renovated family home with top finishes. 4 sunny bedrooms spacious main bedroom with air-conditioner and sliders onto garden, study, cloakroom, 2 full modern bathrooms solar geysers. Gourmet open plan kitchen with island, gas hob, extractor fan, pantry, and scullery, on to dining area and separate family room. Large entertainer’s family room with built-in braai and stacker doors overlooking refreshing pool in private manicured garden with irrigation system. Double automated garage. Staff accommodation. An absolute gem!
Asking: R3 495 000.
It’s hard to believe that once upon a time Fourways was little more than a farm. Back in the day, the 600-odd acre farm was owned by the Eriksen family. Their home built in the 1920s was called Norscot Manor. The Manor is still around today and serves as a community recreation centre – boasting some of the most beautiful gardens in Johannesburg. It was only in the 1970s that the family began to sell off sections of the property to the Joburg City Council. Today, the residential and commercial hot spot that is Fourways is made up of eight suburbs and three rather exclusive estates. The suburbs are Magaliessig aka Little Fourways, Norscot, Greater Fourways, Norscot Slopes, Lonehill and Beverley, Craigavon, and Broadacres. The estates are Cedar Lakes, Fourways Gardens, Dainfern, Dainfern Valley and Dainfern Ridge. Fourways gets its name from the major intersection between the R511 and Witkoppen Road which back in the farm days, was a neat, little four-way stop.A Fourways purchase is bound to be a smart one. In the current market, buyers can expect net returns of around 5%. The Fourways of today is a suburb with absolutely everything you need. It offers easy access to freeways, proximity to hospitals and emergency facilities and excellent schools, including Fourways High, Crawford College, Bryandale Primary; Bryandale Primary, Brescia House, and Herron Bridge.