Student Residence, Salisbury House, 17 Rhodes Street, Quigney, East London.
Extent: ± 1 049 m² | GLA: ± 1 209 m² | Gross Annual Income: ± R 2.1 Million | Fully Let | 77 Beds
Located in Quigney | Fully furnished and it comprises of 77 beds (15 beds - single and 62 beds - 2 sharing) and also offers the students shared kitchens, bathrooms, common lounge and a study room | Currently fully occupied with a university lease.
Centrally located in the East London CBD, close to universities and with easy access to transport networks. Quigney is a suburb of East London in the Eastern Cape. Quigney derived its name from the stream which flows down the valley from above the railway station to the harbour. The earliest maps of East London refer to this stream as the Gwygney River and for many years this spelling was consistently used. In time, however, the pronunciation changed to the present day Quigney.
East London is a city on the Indian Ocean, in South Africa’s Eastern Cape. It’s known for its beaches, such as Nahoon and Cove Rock. Elephants, lions, zebras and other wildlife roam in several nearby game reserves.