A look at Walter Sisulu’s R3.4 million house for sale in South Africa

 ·29 Mar 2024

A house in Linden, Johannesburg, which was formerly owned by Albertina and Walter Sisulu, is on the market for R3.4 million.

Pam Golding said that the four-bedroom house comes with a welcoming large reception area with parquet flooring and opens onto a covered entertainment veranda, which has views of the winning pool.

The kitchen has “ample” cupboard space, granite countertops and a separate pantry.

The main house has three bedrooms, with the main bedroom being an en-suite bathroom and air conditioning.

Within the home three bedrooms are designed for comfort and tranquility featuring soft carpeting and built-in cupboards.

An external bedroom with its own bathroom can also be turned into a cottage, while the property also features an outside study, storage room and domestic quarters.

The property also comes with excellent security, Pam Golding said.

Albertina and Walter Sisulu (Source: BBC)

Walter Sisulu was an anti-apartheid activist who served as both the Secretary-General and the Deputy President of the ANC.

He was accused number two in the Rivonia Trial, alongside former President Nelson Mandela, and served over 25 years in Robben Island Prison.

Speaking to Sunday World, spokesperson Mphumzi Mdekazi confirmed that Lindiwe Sisulu, the pair’s daughter and most recently Minister of Tourism, is selling the house.

Mdekazi added that the neighbours believe that the property could be turned into a museum.

“The neighbours should feel free to engage the ANC about their views and brilliant ideas on how the house could be preserved for the history they believe so much in,” Mdekazi said.

Images of the property can be found below:

Read: How to sell a property fast in South Africa

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