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This “just move in” 2 or 3 bedroom townhouse (± 100m², excluding undercover braai and storage area that is ± 34m² extra) is a rare find can be yours today and is close to main roads, medical care and shopping centres. This is a home everyone is calling “mine” and is there absolutely nothing to do but to move in. This townhouse offers you 2 bedrooms with lots of b.i.c. (3th bedroom has been changed to a dining area and can be change back to a third bedroom, as seen on photos), spacious lounge area (all above with ceiling fans), spacious bathroom (geyser have its own solar panel that will safe you electricity), extra guest en-suite with a shower, toilet and washing bin, lovely open-plan kitchen with built-in oven and lots of b.i.c., dining area (can be change back to 3th bedroom), small paved courtyard at the back, under cover storing area and spacious braai area, garage with remote and extra security gate at entrance of garage, complex with extra security motor gate and remote to enter towards the garage/carport, extra secure parking for 3 vehicles and fully paved in front of the townhouse. Plot fully paved and fenced. Garage cement on one side and neatly fenced off with thick white wood on the other side used as a garage (carport)
Come and see for yourself, the clock is still running and you don’t want to miss out on this one; call me today and avoid disappointment!
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
Helpmekaar body corporate rules
DISTURBANCES AND NOISES
1. Loud music, disturbing behaviour and noisy vehicles will not be tolerated inside the complex.
2. The use of roller skates, skate boards, etc. in the complex, is strictly prohibited. Bicycles must be ridden in a calm and orderly manner in the complex.
3. Parents of children must see to it that a quiet period is observed between 14h00 and 16h00 on Sundays.
4. An owner or occupier of a section shall not, without the consent in writing of the trustees, which approval may not be unreasonably withheld, keep any animal, reptile or bird in a section or on the common property.
5. When granting such approval, the trustees may prescribe any reasonable condition.
6. The trustees may withdraw such approval in the event of any breach of any condition prescribed in terms of sub-rule (5).
7. All cats and dogs are to be strictly controlled and must not be allowed to roam freely in the complex, be a danger to the public or a nuisance to residents.
8. Dogs must not be allowed to soil other resident's lawn or the common areas' Owners are personally responsible for cleaning up after their animals.
9. No owner or occupier shall park or stand any vehicle upon 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.
10. Owners and occupiers shall ensure that their vehicles and the vehicles of their visitors and guests do not spill oil or brake fluid on to the common property or in any other way deface the common property.
11. No owner or occupier shall be permitted to dismantle or affect major repairs to any vehicle on any portion of the common property, an exclusive use area or in a section.
DAMAGE ALTERATION OR ADDITIONS TO THE COMMEN PROPERY
12. An owner or occupier shall not mark, paint, drive nails or screws or the like into, or otherwise damage, or alter any part of the common property without first obtaining the written consent of the trustees.
13. No alterations or additions to the outside of units may be done without the prior written consent of the trustees and the local Authority.
14. No burglar bars are to be fitted to windows until the trustees have been consulted and have given their consent.
APPEARANEE FROM OUTSIDE
15. The owner or occupier of a section used for residential purposes, shall not place or do anything on any part of the common property which, in the discretion of the trustees, is aesthetically displeasing or undesirable when viewed from the outside of the section.
PENALTIES AND RESTRICTIONS
16. Monthly levies are due and payable on the first day of each and every month. Monies received after the 10th day of each month, will be subject to interest at current rates.
17. Should residents disregard the House Rules, notice will be given to them in writing. If they still fail to comply, action will be taken against them.
18. In the event of legal action taken against an owner, all costs will be for the perpetrator’s account.
19. An owner or occupier shall not deposit, throw, or permit or allow be depositing or throwing, on the common property any rubbish, including dirt, cigarette butts, food scraps or any other litter whatsoever.
20. An owner or occupier shall not, without the written consent of the trustees, erect his/her 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 section.
21. Any complaints or suggestions are to be put to the trustees or Administrators in writing.
22. A speed limit of 15 kilometres per hour is to be strictly observed within the complex.
23. Prior to any unit being sold, a clearance certificate is to be obtained from the Administrators.
24. 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 payable by the body corporate on any insurance policy.
25. 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 of a section, so as to be visible from outside the section, without first obtaining the written consent of the trustees.
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.
2 Bedrooms (can change to 3 Bedroom)
2 Bathrooms (one guest en-suite) with solar panel for geyser
Dining (Can be change back to 3 Bedroom)
Undercover braai and storage area (± 34m² extra)
Small separate Court Yard
Under Cover Storing Area
Under Cover Braai Area
Extra Parking for 3 extra vehicles
Plot Fully Paved and fenced
± 100 m² townhouse, excluding braai area and storing area
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.”