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1 Bedroom apartment to rent in Rondebosch, Cape Town

R10,500 p/m
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Date: 2021-01-01

Property Features

ERF Size 0 m²

Interior Features

1 Bedroom
1 Lounge
1 Bathroom

Exterior Features

1 Parking Space

Modern 1 bed apartment at the popular development, The Premier

We have an unfurnished 1 bed apartment in the popular development, The Premier, in Rondebosch, 1 January 2021

- modern, open plan kitchen with built in oven and hob, lots of BIC's
- large bedroom with LOTS BIC's
- spacious living area
- bathroom with a large shower, toilet and basin
- WIFI connections
- laundry facilities within the complex  
- units do not have geysers so you SAVE on ELECTRICITY
- secure parking bay inside the complex
- secure block with 24 hour manned security, fingerprint access into the building, CCTV, electrified boundary walling, remote access for cars
- great location located on the Jammie Shuttle route for UCT students, less than 2kms from UCT, lots of public transport close by, walking distance to Dean Street Woolworths and restaurants, Riverside Mall, Virgin Active Claremont 1km away...

- available 1 January 2021 @ R10 500

If you are interested in viewing this apartment please contact Kim

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