Apartment / Flat For Sale in Bellville, Bellville

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Asking Price : R 1 099 000 (65 222 EUR*)

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Province:Western Cape City:Bellville Suburb:Bellville Bedrooms:2 Bathrooms:1 Garages:2 Open Parkings:2 Floor Size: ± 133m2 Rates:R 215.60 p/m Levies:R 1536.00 p/m

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SPACIOUS 2 BEDROOM FLAT (±91M²) R 749 000 & SPACIOUS DOUBLE GARAGE (±42M²) R 350 000; BOTH WITH THERE OWN SECTIONAL TITLE AND MUST GO TOGETHER: LOUMAR, BELLVILLE (TOTAL AREA ±133 M²)

This well looked after and spacious 2 bedroom flat (lots of b.i.c.) on first floor (±91 m²) and ±42m² garage in a security complex with cameras, electrical fencing with remote gate, bathroom with shower, basin, toilet and place for a washing machine, spacious lounge/dining areas that leads to spacious balcony, passage with lots of cabinets, kitchen (including stove, lots of cabinets), double garage with shelves, burglar bars, security gates and extra parking in the electrical fenced area can be yours today.
This flat is also close to businesses, transport, schools, hospitals, Doctors and main roads. Phone me now for viewing this beauty and makes this one your own.

Loumar conduct rules:

1. Animals, Reptiles and Birds

a) An owner or occupier of a section shall not, without the consent in writing of the
trustees, which approval may not unreasonably be withheld, keep any animal,
reptile or bird in a section or on the common property,
b) when granting such approval, the trustees may prescribe any reasonable
condition.
c) The trustees may withdraw such approval in the event of any breach of any
condition prescribed in terms of sub-rule (2).

2. Refuse Disposal

1. An owner or occupier of a section shall-

(a) maintain in a hygienic and dry condition, a receptacle for refuse
within his section, his exclusive use area or on such part of the
common property as may be authorized by the trustees in
writing;
(b) ensure that before refuse is placed in such receptacle it is
Securely wrapped, or in the case of tins or other containers,
completely drained;
(c) for the purpose of having here fuse collected, place such
receptacle within the area and at the times designated by the
trustees;
(d) when the refuse has been collected, promptly return such
receptacle to his section or other area referred to in paragraph
(a).

3. vehicles

(1) No owner or occupier shall park or stand any vehicle up on the common
property, or permit or allow any vehicle to be parked or stood upon the common
property, without the consent of the trustees in writing.
(2) The trustees may cause to be removed or towed away, at the risk and expense of
the owner of the vehicle, any vehicle parked, standing or abandoned on the
common property without the trustees' consent'
(3) Owners and occupiers of sections shall ensure that their vehicles, and the
vehicles of their visitors and guests, do not drip oil or brake fluid on to the
common property or in any other way deface the common property.
(4) No owner or occupier shall be permitted to dismantle or effect major repairs to
any vehicle on any portion of the common property, an exclusive use or in a
section.

4. Damage Alterations or Additions to the Common Property

(1) An owner or occupier of a section shall not mark, paint, drive nails or screws or the
like in to, or otherwise damage, or alter, any part of the common property without
first obtaining the written consent of the trustees.
(2) Not withstanding sub rule (1), an owner or person authorized by him may install-
(a) any locking device, safety gate, burglar bars or other safety device for the protection
of his section; or
(b) any screen or other device to prevent the entry of animals or insects;
(1) Provided that the trustees have first approved in writing the nature and design of
the device and the manner of its installation.

5. Appearance from Outside

The owner or occupier of a section used for residential purposes shall not place or do
anything on any part of the common property, including balconies, patios, stoeps, and
gardens which, in the discretion of the trustees, is an aesthetically displeasing or
undesirable when viewed from the outside of the section.

6. Signs and Notices

No owner or occupier of a section, used for residential purposes, shall place any sign, notice, billboard or advertisement of any kind whatsoever on any part of the common property or of a section, so as to be visible from outside the section, without the written consent of the trustees first having being obtained.

7. Littering

An owner or occupier of a section shall not deposit, throw, or permit or allow to be
deposited or thrown, on the common property any rubbish, including dirt, cigarette butts,
food scraps or any other litter whatsoever.

8. Laundry

An owner or occupier of a section shall not, without the consent in writing of the trustees,
erect his own washing lines, nor hang any washing or laundry or any other items on any part of the building or the common property so as to be visible from outside the buildings or from any other sections.

9. Storage of inflammatory (sic) Material and Other Dangerous Acts

An owner or occupier shall not store any material, or do or permit or allow to be done, any other dangerous act in the building or on the common property which will or may increase the rate of the premium pay able by the body corporate on any insurance policy.

10. Letting of Units

All tenants of units and other persons granted rights of occupancy by any owner of the
relevant unit are obliged to comply with these conduct rules, notwithstanding any provision to the contrary contained in any lease or any grant of rights of occupancy.

11. Eradication of Pests

An owner shall keep his section free of white ants, borer and other wood destroying insects and to this end shall permit the trustees, the managing agent, and their duly authorized agents or employees, to enter upon his section from time to time for the purpose of inspecting the section and taking such action as may be reasonably necessary to eradicate any such pests. The costs of the inspection, eradicating any such pests as may be found within the section, replacement of any woodwork or other material forming part of such section which may be damaged by any such pests shall be borne by the owner of the section concerned.

Further amendments

1. ANIMALS, REPTILES AND BIRDS
2.
1) No owner, tenant or visitor may bring any animal, reptile or bird into a living unit or keep such animals on any part of Loumar Court premises without the written permission of the BC.

2 REFUSE DISPOSAL

1) Refuse is removed on Thursdays, please deposit your refuse not later than Wednesday evening in black bins.
2) PLEASE PLACE REFUSE INSIDE THE BIN AND NOT ON TOP OR ON THE FLOOR.
3) Cardboard boxes must be placed separately on the right hand side in the back corner of the refuse room.
4) Items too big for the bins or not meant to be disposed of in a bin, must be removed by the owner himself from the Premises.

VEHICLES / PARKING

1) No owner or tenant shall permit any outside person to park their vehicles on Loumar court premises, except for visitors. Only temporary parking is allowed for such visitor for the duration of the visit.
2) The amount of guest vehicles is restricted. Permission must be obtained from the Trustees for more than one guest vehicle at a time or if the guest vehicle is to reside overnight.
3) No unauthorised vehicle or vehicle of outside persons may be brought onto or parked on the common property of Loumar Court.
4) No parking in front of refuse room or the tap, including motorbikes. Areas are only allowed for unloading Purposes.
5) No parking on grass.
5) No parking in front of another owner's garage'
7l Parking in front of your own garage is on your own risk'
8) No double Parking.

LOUMAR BODY CORPORATE

WORKING IN GARAGES

No work should be done in garages between 21:00 & 7:00 or on Sundays or any Religious holiday. Take note of your activity and not to be a nuisance to your neighbours in Loumar Court.
(E.g. welding, sawing, chopping or any loud noises. lf necessary, get approval from the trustees).

4 DAMAGE, ALTER/ATIONS OR ADDITIONS TO THE COMMON PROPERTY

1) Owners or tenants and especially children may not play with the remotes of the electrical sliding gates or open the gates unnecessary. This can damage the electrical components and trespassers shall be liable for the repair costs.
2l The sliding gates closes automatically, please take care when driving in or out of the gates in order to avoid damage to the gates with your vehicle or trailer. Trespassers shall be liable for the repair costs.

5 APPEARANCE FROM OUTSIDE

(BALCONIES)
1) Balconies must be kept neat at all times.
2) Flower containers must be on the inside of balcony.
3) No open fires allowed on balconies.
4) Braai using wood is only allowed in build-in fireplaces with chimney. Otherwise, braais are allowed only with brickets in a weber or using a gas/electric braai.
5) Fire extinguisher must be kept at hand when having a braai.

7 LITTERING

1) Cigarette butts may not be thrown over the balcony or on any part of the common property. Dispose of in your own rubbish bin. Trespassers will receive a fine.
2l Please keep our place clean at all times.

8 WASHING ON BALCONY

1) Washing line must be 10cm below the balcony railing.
2) No lines may be attached to windows or railings.
3) You may not hang your washing or carpets over the railings'
4) Dry racks may be used on balcony.

11 ERADICATION OF PESTS

You as owner/tenant are responsible to keep your section neat and clean - inside as well as the outside and to see that it is free of unpleasant smells and pests e.g. cockroaches.

FIRE HOSE REELS

1) The fire hose is there for a purpose and is only to be used to extinguish a fire.
2l Please request children not to play with the equipment.

ROWDINESS / PARTIES

1) Having a nice party? Please inform your neighbours beforehand.
2) Any noise/rowdiness or music must cease at 21:00 on weekdays and 00:00 on weekends.
3) Always consider your neighbours. The activities of you and your guests should not become an irritation to the rest of Loumar Court residents, each one is entitled to peace and quiet in their own home.

GAMES / PLAYING

1) No playing or games are allowed in the passages (especially in front of a bedroom), foyer or on the stairs. (E.g. ball games, bicycles, rollerblades and skateboards)
2) No balls may be thrown or kicked against walls, garage doors, vehicles and in foyer.
3) Playing on the grass and in the parking areas is at own risk.

DRUGS

1) The use of or selling of drugs or prohibited substances (steroids) is forbidden on any part of Loumar Court common Property.
2) Possession and use of such substances in your own home is at your own risk and Loumar Court reserves the right to contact law enforcement when the need arise.

Please note: the amended rules (pages A to C) has been drawn up by Loumar Body Corporate and is an addendum to the conduct rules (pages 1 to 3) as in accordance with the sectional title's act of
1985.
The numbering of the amended rules follows the numbering of the conduct rules and must be read accordingly. Please read and follow them together. It is for the benefit of all occupants of Loumar
Court.

Amenities:
SAPS BELLVILLE – 1,8 KM
ENGEN BELLVILLE AUTO – 0.5 KM
SASOL KAYMOR – 0.5 KM
LABIANCE PRIMARY SCHOOL – 0.6 KM
TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL BELLVILLE - 0.5 KM
SHOPPING CENTRE – 1.9 KM
THE ACADEMY OF ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY – 3.7 KM
SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY – 3.7 KM
CAPE PENINSULA UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY – 3.8 KM

Although great care has been taken in collecting this info, neither the agent nor the seller can accept liability for any error or omission.

Sectional titles and homeowners associations: It is also the purchaser/s responsibility to make sure that he/she obtain financial and levy statements from the agent and acquaint him-/her with the information before signing any contract. Nor the agent nor the seller will accept liability for any error, omission or misinterpretation of the financial and levy statements by the purchaser.
All appointments, to view the property, will be made by the agent at a time and date that suit the sellers/tenants.

Security Complex with Electrical Fence
Cameras and Remote Gate
Spacious 2 Bedrooms
Spacious 1 Bathroom
Spacious Lounge/Dining Area
Kitchen
Lots of Cabinets throughout
Spacious Balcony
Spacious Double Garage
Extra Parking in Security area

Levies: R 1 536 - 00

Dirk Boshoff is the Director of Spiral Sight Properties. Dirk is a successful leader in culture, sport and business related fields. His career achievements include:

Manager and second in charge of the Immigration Department of the Western Province; chairman of High Profile Forums; head negotiator for union members in the Western Province.

He also successfully completed several diplomas, two international (NQF 6) three year diplomas in Personal Management and Labour Relation Management, as well as a degree via UNISA in labour relations management at UNISA (NQF 7).

Some of Dirk’s qualifications:

Cert. Basic Aspects of Documentations (Forensic Science Laboratory, Western Cape)
Cert. Basic Course in the Investigation and Solving of Crime (UNISA)
Cert. Operational Planning and Budgeting (SAMDI)
Cert. Pers. Mng. (NQF 4) & Cert. Training Mng. (NQF 4); (IAC)
Cert. Real Estate (NQF 4); (SETA)
National Cert. REAL ESTATE (NQF 5); (SETA)
MPRE – Master Practitioner in Real Estate (NQF 5)
Dipl. Mkt. Mng. (NQF 5) & Dipl. Rel. Mng. (NQF 5); (IBS)
Int. Dipl. (NQF 6) Pers. Mng. & Int. Dipl. (NQF 6) Lab. Rel. (IAC)
BACCALAUREUS TECHNOLOGIAE DEGREE. LAB. REL. MNG. (NQF 7); (UNISA)

He then went on to complete several courses in the estate agency industry and passed the examination for Estate Agents at the Estate Agency board of South-Africa.
Dirk started in the property business in 2005 as an agent and received the agent of the year award and the passion award in 2005 & 2006 respectively.

Dirk was also the first person of all agents in South Africa to successfully hand in his completed RPL (recognition of Prior Learning) and has been deemed competent by the Assessors to continue doing Business in the Estate Industry. He also completed his National Certificate: REAL ESTATE; Level 5 for Principals. This course is mandatory to all estate agents who want to stay in the industry after 2011. He also passed his MPRE – Master Practitioner in Real Estate (NQF 5) exam successfully.

In insisting him in his work, he also won several photographic competitions nationally and internationally.

Dirk’s favourite words: “If you think you do have the knowledge of something, then you don’t have the knowledge you should have.”

  • Security Complex with Electrical Fence
  • Cameras and Remote Gate
  • Spacious 2 Bedrooms
  • Spacious 1 Bathroom
  • Spacious Lounge/Dining Area
  • Kitchen
  • Lots of Cabinets throughout
  • Spacious Balcony
  • Spacious Double Garage
  • Extra Parking in Security area
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  • FLAT (±91M²); DOUBLE GARAGE (±42M²)
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