Delightfully appointed on an extensive and grassed area alongside ample visitor parking bays.
The estate has excellent access security control.
This impressive 'newly renovated home' offers excellent security, elegant open plan living, dinning and entertaining spaces designed for a contemporary comfort lifestyle; combined in a quiet urban setting in Craigavon, Fourways…. also known as the 'Fourways Precinct'.
This commodious home represents the perfect 'mod' design layout -
The kitchen and dinning areas are the focal point of the main living area. The layout and design flow in this home enhances that contrast feeling between 'in and out' reception living. There are 2 inviting bedrooms and 2 bathrooms that whispers its elegance yet engender a lifestyle of 'mod' living.
The interior finishes are deliberately simple with 'large-slab-like' tiled flooring forming an open continuum to this modern character home.
A range of buyers drawn to the convenience and security of estates in Craigavon, Fourways, Johannesburg.
Estate living, particularly in Craigavon, - Fourways, is popular across a range of buyers, from working singles to young families, established professionals and retirees.
The suburb of Craigavon is well situated close to the Fourways CBD and benefits from a number of amenities including schools and shopping centres, as well as easy access to the N1 and other major road networks. Added to this, infrastructure upgrades in the area, such the widening and improvement of Cedar Road, Uranium Road and Witkoppen Road, which is currently easing the traffic flow adding to the areas appeal.
Fourways (which is a collection of suburbs, including the traditional suburb of Fourways) is the fastest-developing commercial and residential hub in northern Sandton, north of Johannesburg, South Africa.
The main access routes to Fourways are off the N1 at R511 William Nicol Drive, or alternatively along R564 Witkoppen Road. Fourways is roughly as far as one can go from a fast paced rapidly developing commercialised business CBD which dissolves into rolling hills and gamefarms. The capital Pretoria lie 55 kilometres to the northeast. Hartebeespoort Dam and the Magaliesburg Mountains lie half an hour to the north-west. It is bordered by Bryanston to the east and south and Randburg to the west.