Beautiful 4 300m2 lush garden, secure off street parking, outdoor swimming pool, gazebo, tennis court, BBQ/braai area, upper & lower patios.
Northcliff is an older suburb of Johannesburg, proclaimed in 1901. It is a mostly upper-income residential area, located on Northcliff Ridge which overlooks the Central Business District on one side, and the Northern Suburbs on the other. Northcliff borders Fairlands, Blackheath, Berario, Linden and Darrenwood.
Northcliff Hill (also known as Aasvoëlkop) is believed to have been inhabited by humans for over 250,000 years. At 1807 metres, the ridge is one metre lower than Observatory Ridge, the highest point in Johannesburg. The Ridge has three vegetation zones and is inhabited by many different animals.
Nestled against Northcliff Hill the property offers an exquisite 180-degree view of Northern Johannesburg & Magalies Mountains. On a clear day, the Voortrekker Monument in Pretoria can be distinguished.
In Room Facilities:
All our rooms have a mini bar, aircon, hairdryer, lock-up safe, hospitality table with coffee & tea, free Wi-Fi Internet & satellite TV (DSTV).
Room 1: Honeymoon Suite
Queen size, ¾ bed and single beds with an en-suite bathroom (with bath & shower) and en-suite lounge with a beautiful view.
Aircon, DSTV, free Wi-Fi, tea/coffee, minibar, small fridge, microwave, hairdryer, fan and heater.
Double bed, a separate private bathroom with a bath, aircon, mini bar, DSTV, hairdryer, tea/coffee, free Wi-Fi.
Queen size bed and en-suite bathroom with shower.
Aircon, DSTV, small balcony, free Wi-Fi, tea/coffee, hairdryer, the safe, heater and fan.
Double bed, en-suite bathroom with shower.
Aircon, DSTV, mini bar, tea/coffee, free Wi-Fi, fan, safe and heater.
Room no 5: Luxury Studio
Downstairs: 1x King size bed, lounge, aircon and en-suite bathroom with shower.
Upstairs: Double and single bed and aircon.
Own Exterior entrance.
Apartheids Museum, shopping centres and restaurants, Soweto, Gold Reef City Theme Park, Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site, Roodepoort Museum, Zoo Lake, Rosebank African Craft Market, Johannesburg Zoo, SA Museum of Military History, Adler Museum of Medicine, Museum Africa, Wanderers Cricket Stadium, Standard Bank Joy of Jazz Festival, SAB World Of Beer, Johannesburg Botanical Gardens and Emmarentia Dam, 2010 Soccer World Cup Stadiums, Constitutional Hill, Casinos, Golf Courses and much more.