Highlands Lofts3 HUNTER STREET | Johannesburg
Urban Living at its Best
Designed to meet the needs of the new, young stylish lifestyle or Urban student, Highlands Lofts is conveniently located at Ellis Park, only 150 meters from the Rapid Transport System giving easy access to both Wits university and Johannesburg’s city center. With sophisticated interiors and top end kitchens, offset by landscaped gardens and viewing terraces – Highlands Lofts is set to take city living to new heights!
All apartments include a shared:
They are furnished with a:
Every need is catered for, including:
- Outdoor chill zone
- Entertainment hub
- Landscaped gardens
- Vista terraces
Only 150 meters away from the Rapid Transport System (Rea Vaya) giving easy access to:
- Wits Main campus
- Wits Business School
- Johannesburg CBD
3 Hunter Street, Highlands, Johannesburg 2007
Security measures include:
- Round-the-clock security guards
- Fingerprint access control
- On site caretaker
The Ching Ching
- 2 Sharing | R 2550/bed
- 2 Sharing in A Bedroom | R2750/bed
- Deposit: One months rent
Wanna apply right nowWe need the following from you:
- Copy of your ID
- Proof of attendance or acceptance to a tertiary institution
- Proof of bursary acceptance (if applicable)
- Proof of NSFAS loan (if applicable)
- If your parents will be paying for you we require a copy of their id , 3 months bank statements and their most recent payslip.
Get in touch right now
- Drop us a line at: 073 985 0221
- Sms us, and we will call you back at: 073 985 0221
- Mail us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
and we will get back to you as soon as we can.
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