This well-kept blue house oodles with charm...
There is a spacious lounge and dining room on the lower level with Victorian fireplaces.
The kitchen has an additional scullery with a door leading out to an undercover courtyard.
Below the beautiful wooden staircase, it has been utilized as a study area.
As one ascends to the upper level, there are three spacious bedrooms.
There is a large bathroom with a telephone shower and a basin.
There is a separate toilet.
The architecture and character of the beautiful old houses in the area, the wooden floors, high ceilings and classic quirkiness found in the homes in Central lend themselves to creativity.
Never judge these houses from the outside. It looks like a quirky cottage from the street, but in reality, its a lot larger than one would think.
Central is not called central for no reason. Everything is always just five minutes away. Whether you need to pop to town, the beachfront, Newton Park or Walmer, for shopping, errands, work or play, everything is just a few minutes drive away.
Central is many things quiet is not one of them. no matter what time of day or night it is, there is always something happening. That constant hum and vibey atmosphere is what living in the inner city is all about.
Over the past few years Central has been going through an upgrade. The development of Route 67 and the upgrading of the opera house as well as the many art galleries in the area have also contributed to uplifting the arts and culture in the CBD. Central is probably one of the most culturally diverse areas in PE, lending itself to being the perfect hub and a true representation of the melting pot of arts and culture that PE boasts.
What has been awesome to witness is the work that has gone into the upliftment of the area. While there is still a lot that needs to be done, there has been a significant increase in the number of buildings being restored to their former glory. Seeing so many gorgeous buildings being restored and utilised has been tremendous. There has also been a significant increase in security. A lot of work, energy and money has gone into making this previously notoriously dangerous part of the city much safer for residents and tourists alike.
The History of those homes:
Built between 1863 and 1866 - 1863 the first pair was built for John Campbell and the other pair was built for Charles Adcock who lived and ran a very successful chandlers business.
Property Information & Features
- Property Type
- Listing Type
- For Sale
- Port Elizabeth Central, Port Elizabeth
- R 835,000 · Get Pre-Qualified
- Price per m²
- R 6,374
- Floor Size
- 154 m²
- Erf Size
- 131 m²
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