Versitile executive home with home office option.
Perfectly positioned in a quiet and private pocket of Vincent Heights, this family home catches the warmth of the northern sun whilst allowing a free flowing outlook with valley views.
The home offers 3 large bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, open-plan lounge dining room kitchen, a spacious downstairs entertainment lounge or downstairs office, plus a self-contained flatlet, double garage, entertainment deck with pool, built-in braai and koi pond.
The suburb of Vincent was named after Amelius Vincent, a town councillor and former Mayor of East London. The area that is known as Vincent first came under Settler development in 1857, with the arrival of the British-German Legion.
Vincent is known for its peaceful and tranquil atmosphere with magnificent aged trees. Vincent is within walking distance to the well-known Hudson Park Primary and High School. The suburb is sought after due to its proximity to schools and amenities. As East London has expanded, some parts of Vincent have been transformed into business precincts, but the municipality has curbed this trend due to fears that the road network cannot support further commercial development. The net result is that there are areas with high concentrations of residents and others where there are numerous small businesses. It's an eclectic mix that works well. It is truly a suburb that has transformed into a place where you can work and play.
The Vincent Park Shopping Centre is probably the epicenter of business within this suburb, which has many restaurants such as Ocean Basket, Mugg & Bean and Wimpy. There are offices. B&Bs, banks, butcheries and hairdressers together with specialist boutique shops which sell a wide variety of goods and services.
Vincent offers property to suit all your needs, be it homes, apartments or town houses. Residential property is conveniently situated to schools, shops and office parks. Property in this area is highly sought after. Townhouses in the suburb sell from R1,500,000 upwards and homes are selling from R1,800,000 to R 6,500,000.
Vincent Heights, East London
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