Homebuyers looking to purchase homes in Cape Town can look forward to some fine homes hitting the auction floor this week.
A prime two bedroom penthouse apartment situated in Cape Town's City Centre will be auctioned on site on 15 June.
A prime penthouse apartment situated in Cape Town's City Centre will be taken to auction by Aucor Property on 15 June 2012.
The property, situated at Fifty Riebeeck Street, has attracted much interest due to its prime location with spectacular views over the city.
Located on the 7th Floor, the 221 square metre penthouse has two bedrooms, a private elevator, steam room and a bar.
It also presents a renovation opportunity and is likely to be sold at a very competitive price, according to Jared Gottschalk of Aucor Property.
He says buyers who require office space can easily convert the property as there is demand for such properties within the city centre.
It is within walking distance of the Waterfront, Cape Town International Convention Centre and Cape Quarter and will be auctioned on site at Unit 7 Fifty Riebeeck Street, Cape Town at 11am.
Benguela Group will auction an upmarket house set on a hill in the best part of Langebaan, on the road to the West Coast National Park, on site at 24 Melkbos Close, Myburgh Park, and Langebaan at 11am on 16 June.
The double-storey five bedroom home has views of the lagoon to both front and back.
The home is not entirely finished – it just needs tiling in the bathrooms and some of the patios to be completed, says chief executive officer of Benguela Group, Heinrich Koorts
Although suitable for a family buyer, it would also be ideal for a savvy investor, says Koorts.
Koorts says a portion of the bottom section of the house can easily be closed off and made into a flat to rent out during holiday season, which would bring in a good extra income if required.
The retail value of this house is well in excess of R3 million.
The floor area of the home is 405 square metres set on 1 020 square metres.
Koorts adds that plots in the area cost between R750 000 and R900 000.