About Moulton Centrum
We are a one-bedroom flat situated on the first floor of the Moulton centre building. We are situated close to all amenities to make your stay comfortable and relaxing.The flat has one bedroom with twin beds and a bathroom with a shower. There is a fully equipped kitchen with a microwave, four-plate stove, oven and a fridge-freezer. There is a sitting room and a lounge with a TV offering hotel bouquet DStv and there is an extra bed in the lounge. A large patio offers a perfect place to and also braai on a small gas braaier. There is a lock-up parking bay on the premises and the parking bays can only be entered with a remote.We are within walking distance of shopping centres, supermarkets, banks and a post office. We are also close to the Menlyn and Brooklyn shopping centres. Take the Gautrain from Hatfield Station and from there visit Centurion, Midrand, Sandton, Rosebank or Melrose Arch shopping centres. Guests may also visit Cullinan and its diamond mine or the Hartbeespoort Dam and everything it has to offer.
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