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9 slick city pads around South Africa for under R1.5m

14 Jul 2017

The growing trend in city living has many young professionals looking to buy property in the buzzing central nodes where they can ‘live,work and play’.

But how much will you have to cough up for a stylish and mod apartment in some of South Africa’s trendy urban areas?

1. Contemporary Joburg city flat for R900 000

In Johannesburg CBD, R900 000 will get you an upmarket 65sqm fully-furnished studio apartment with city views. One that offers access to an in-house gym and communal pool – click here to view.

2. Luxury bachelor pad in Cape Town City Centre for R1.35 million

This 31sqm fully-furnished bachelor flat in Cape Town's city centre Foreshore area overlooks a quiet square. The asking price is R1.35 million and there is no transfer duty, with a rental parking option available – click here to view.

3. Immaculate apartment in Durban’s Morningside for R1.25 million

In Morningside, Durban, R1.25 million can get you a newly-renovated two bedroom, one bathroom apartment with open-plan living areas and a sun room. It also has air-con, an easy-to-maintain garden and small pets are allowed – click here to view.

4. Stylish loft in Sunnyside, Pretoria for R1.1 million

In Sunnyside, Pretoria, you can buy a newly-developed one bedroom, one bathroom 48sqm loft-style apartment with quality finishes, top-of-the-range security and covered parking for R1.1 million – click here to view.

5. Stylish Jozi Rosebank flat for R946 000

For R946 000, the urban living node of Rosebank in Johannesburg can offer you a stylish 29sqm one bedroom, one bathroom apartment with access to a deli area, gym and outdoor communal pool – click here to view.

6. City pad with views in Vredehoek for R1 399 500

A 29sqm one bedroom, one bathroom pad in Vredehoek, Cape Town, will cost you R1 399 500 and offers access to a tennis court, communal pool and parking bay – click here to view.

7. Get a cosy start in Tshwane’s Hatfield for R1.42 million

In Hatfield, Pretoria, R1.42 million will get you a 57sqm two bedroom, two bathroom lock-up and go unit with quality finishes, open-plan living areas and a balcony – click here to view.

8. Top-floor apartment in Killarney for R1.3 million

In Killarney, Johannesburg, a top-floor 74 sqm flat with parquet floors, balcony and an underground parking bay will cost you R1.3 million – click here to view.

9. Perfect lock-up and go abode in Menlyn for R1.218 million

In Pretoria’s trendy Menlyn, a one bedroom, one bathroom apartment in a new development will cost you R1.218 million and comes complete with appliances and air-conditioning – click here to view. - Nomfanelo Gabuza

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