Category Archives: Transit Auctioneers

    Victorian-style Pretoria stunner on offer

    Victorian-style Pretoria stunner on offer

    Bernardi Auctioneers will sell an imposing 432m² Victorian-style double storey home with irrigated and well-maintained cottage garden, set in a secure complex in the upmarket suburb of Waterkloof, Pretoria.

    The double-volume home features an entrance lobby, guest toilet, formal lounge and entertainment lounge as well as a spacious dining room, all opening on to a three-quarter wrap-around colonial covered patio.

    A wooden staircase with matching balustrade has been recently fitted with a custom stairlift.

    The galleried landing overlooks the staircase and hanging chandelier, leading into two luxurious bedrooms, both with en-suite bathrooms, one with a fitted beechwood dressing room.

    A gourmet kitchen has Miele and Bosch appliances, granite work tops and a walk-in pantry. The ancillary laundry and scullery opens on to an outside courtyard.

    The residence is further embellished by bay windows, plush carpeting and tiled areas.

    Further appointed with solid meranti glazed and panelled doors and complemented by imported Sanderson curtains, Spanish burglar proofing, beams, internal Trellidors, paved walkways, driveway, secure gates and walling.

    The self-contained studio apartment is above the double garages with a separate entrance.

    A spokesperson from Bernardi Auctioneers said it is seldom a secure “lock up and go” property of this standard comes under the hammer.

    “If you are downscaling this is possibly the ideal home.”

    The property will be sold on site at 344 Olivier Street, Waterkloof, Pretoria on Saturday, September 21 at 11am. Viewing by appointment only. Open day is on Friday, September 20 from 10am to 5pm.

    Fica documents are required on registration.

    For information contact Carl on 082-445-1128 or 012-430-6914/5 or visit www.bernardiauctioneers.co.za

    Warehouse assets for grabs

    Warehouse assets for grabs

    A large number of warehouse assets will come under the hammer on June 19 when Aucor Johannesburg will host a high profile financial year-end closure auction on behalf of a local blue chip company. This is a voluntary closure auction and consists of over R10 million worth of stock that is currently high on demand… Continue Reading

    Grab a piece of Vaal paradise

    Grab a piece of Vaal paradise

    Park Village Auctions will soon bring to market an unimproved stand in the heart of a secure upmarket marina residential estate, Harbour Town, located on the Northern shores of the Vaal Dam. Says PVA’s Jaco du Toit: “Harbour Town is a luxury holiday housing development which offers owners a wealth of fine living facilities with… Continue Reading

    Property conference in March

    SA property leaders tackle business challenges and disruption at SA REIT Conference Some of the big issues that were tackled were: leadership, governance, integrity, transformation, and economic, social and environmental challenges. These are all issue affecting South Africans. “We need to improve and be productive in all these areas and doing this takes a combined… Continue Reading

    Rare Picasso under hammer

    Rare Picasso under hammer

    Picasso’s Femme au beret et a la robe quadrillee (Marie-Therese Walter) will go under the hammer on February 28 after displays in Hong Kong, Taipei, New York and London. A rare Picasso painting, on auction for the first time, it made its debut in Hong Kong at the start of a global tour on Tuesday… Continue Reading

    KZN year-end vehicle sale

    KZN year-end vehicle sale

    Park Village Auctions is gearing up to the end the year on a high note with two auctions on December 12 in Durban. A large assortment of genuine bank-repossessed trucks, trailers, passenger, and commercial vehicles will be auctioned on the day. According to Keith Green of PVA, both auctions represent an excellent opportunity to purchase… Continue Reading

    A buy or sell bonanza

    A buy or sell bonanza

    Auctions are a major opportunity to put hard-earned December bonuses to work in search of investments and necessities for the year ahead. December and January are the best times to buy and trade assets, as sellers are looking to raise cash for holidays and buyers are more cash-flush than usual. Smart investors are also aware… Continue Reading

    Leonardo’s ‘Salvator Mundi’ fake?

    Leonardo’s ‘Salvator Mundi’ fake?

    Why are critics calling the $450 million (R6.2 billion) Leonardo painting fake? The art world and chattering classes are casting doubt on a recently-sold Leonardo da Vinci. Even before Da Vinci’s Salvator Mundi went to auction last night at Christie’s in New York, art world naysayers were savaging its authenticity. A day before the sale,… Continue Reading

    Huge diamond fetches R490m

    Huge diamond fetches R490m

    The largest diamond ever offered at auction went under the hammer in Geneva Tuesday evening for nearly $34 million (R490 million), a world record for a gem of its kind, the Christie’s auction house said. The 163.41 carat flawless D colour diamond, suspended from an emerald and diamond necklace called The Art of Grisogono, sold… Continue Reading

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