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Date: 24/06/2019     Park Village Auctioneers     Auction News

Alrode-Based Commercial Property On Auction

Alrode-Based Commercial Property On Auction
This Alrode-based commercial property will go under PVA’s hammer on the 4th of July.

Park Village Auctions will bring to market a “versatile” commercial property based in Johannesburg South on the 4th of July. That’s the word from PVA’s Jaco Du Toit who describes the property as “ideally located” and fitted to suit several light industrial activities. 

Three notarially tied stands (spanning 3460 sqm’s) make up number 29 Bosworth Street, Alrode, Alberton. This commercial property features an industrial workshop component comprising a workshop floor area, multiple storage rooms including designated storage areas for tyres and parts, a strong-room, a managerial office with a storeroom, two private offices, a boardroom, a reception, cloakrooms, a staff kitchen and a canteen.

Adjacent to the workshop stands a single-storey office building that contains an open-plan office (air-conditioned) with a kitchen and cloakroom, a storeroom, a staff room with shower facilities, a carport and covered storage area, a security office with a cloakroom. 

Du Toit: “Alrode is Alberton’s industrial hub, easily accessible from the R554 via Potgieter Street or Vereeniging Roads. This specific property enjoys added convenience with proximity to the Natalspruit and Alrode train stations. It is zoned ‘business 2’ and lends itself to numerous light industrial activities. As it stands, the property can readily accommodate automotive maintenance and repair concerns.”
“As more logistics and couriers services enter the market daily, demand for accessible commercial continues to grow. Investors seeking buy-to-let opportunities would do well to consider this property.”

The auction will take place at 11am on Thursday the 4th of July with viewing opening one hour prior. More information can be found on using web reference 314 or by calling PVA on 087 160 0521.

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