About Leafy Studio Apartments
This self-catering cottage is situated in the family home and it has own entrance. It offers 3 studio flatlets with small kitchenettes, en-suite bathroom in Studio one and two, studio 3 only has shower inside, a private toilet is next to the room.
There is also safe secure parking on the premises. Each apartment has a separate entrance. There is a braai facility in the garden.
We are situated in the quiet, leafy suburb of Hesteapark in Pretoria North which is close to shopping centres, numerous restaurants, golf courses and Wonderboom Airport.
Please note there is no signboard outside the building. On arrival at the premises please phone the owner in order to open the gate to the cottage.
R300.00 must be paid if you loose the remote for the gate and R100 must be paid if you loose the studio key.
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