This great value single story, bedroom FNB repossessed houses property for sale in Durban North offers the potential property buyer a host of features. You can make an offer on this FNB repossessed houses property now! There is no limit to the amount of offers or the offer amount! If you are not familiar with Durban North it is situated in Durban – North Coast which is located in Natal which falls in South Africa. Durban North: Situated on the northern side of the Umgeni River. Durban North’s Beach is known by locals as Dave’s Beach. The main highway for Durban North is the M4
The address of this bank repossessed House is:
41 Woodlawn Cresent ERF:131
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Taking a closer look at the FNB repossessed houses property for sale we see that this House offers: bedrooms and bathrooms of which none is en suite. There is one living area which consists of a . As can be seen from this FNB repossessed houses floor plan, the kitchen is open plan meaning that you’ll be able to be part of the party while preparing the food.
The floor area of this FNB repossessed houses property is square meters which is accurate as it is measured from the Floor Plan. Most introductory units come in at this floor area and it is a good place to start climbing the property ladder. The FNB repossessed houses property’s erf is estimated to be around square meters. The garden is small yet well looked after. This FNB repossessed houses property for sale is located in a Residential Suburb. To provide shelter for your vehicles, the property offers .
You will save up to 7 percent in agents commission when purchasing this repossessed house directly from First National Bank. We can help you secure a bond at any of the four major South African banks including First National Bank (FNB), Standard bank, ABSA, Sanlam or Nedbank.