15 Clarence Street Troyeville Johannesburg 2139 South Africa
Welcome to Troyeville’s Clarence Court! It is located just 100m from the diverse residential community of Douglas Village. The building has:
46 units in a 3 storey building consisting of bachelor, 1 bedroom, and 2 bedroom flats.
What’s The Troyeville Tea?
As a small suburb found on the eastern edge of the Johannesburg central business district (CBD), Troyeville has the suburbs of New Doornfontein, Bertrams, and Lorentzville to the north, Fairview to the south and Kensington to its east. Troyeville was founded as the gold rush happened, and people tried to build homes and churches away from the centre of mining. The suburb was based on one of the original farms on the Witwatersrand after a strip of land was sold from the farm Doornfontein.
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Clarence Court is situated near a multipurpose sports park. It is close to an indoor soccer court offering a remote-controlled access gate, a biometric system, covered parking and spacious units. It provides 24-hour security in addition to CCTV cameras, perfect for individual or family living.
Why Live In Troyeville?
The suburb of Troyeville is one of Joburg’s lesser-known heritage hot spots. However, there is just as much to do and see here, so visit it as soon as possible. Some of Troyeville’s attractions include:
Troyeville Hotel: Famous for its Portuguese prawns, baby chicken and a fantastic view of the city surroundings, Troyeville Hotel was licensed in 1939; this little gem is a must-visit. The hotel attracts all sorts of guests, from artists to musicians, cabinet ministers and sports stars; this reflects the suburb's history, which was once home to many artists and bohemian players. The Troyeville Hotel hosts regular book evenings and live music sessions, so pop by for a delicious Portuguese spread and good company.
David Webster House: Troyeville was once home to several South Africa’s anti-apartheid activists, such as David Webster. Webster's influence is still felt at his previous residence on Eleanor Street, where he was assassinated by a government agent in 1989. The house is now privately held and has been brightly mosaic-decorated with permission from the owners. A group of Webster's friends created the project under the creative direction of Ilse Pahl. The image features a football stadium, local livestock, the contour of his daughter's hand, and outstretched hands of friendliness. The David Webster House is also an official Heritage Site, the perfect spot for anyone interested in history or design..
Spaza Art Gallery: The Spaza Art Gallery is a well-liked hangout for aspiring sculptors, poets, and painters in Troyeville. It was built in 2001 and represents Troyeville in the twenty-first century. As a non-profit corporation, Spaza Art Gallery serves as a hub for networking and exhibitions for local artists. They identify as a quirky backyard gallery with repurposed materials and a garden café and a plastic radio tower. This location pays homage to Troyeville's bohemian past while addressing the current socio-economic problems.
To experience this and much more from Jozi’s Troyeville, trust JHC to give you an affordable home with convenience at your doorstep. You’ll love living in Troyeville.