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Sheet Street - Carlswald



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Sheet Street is a leading retail brand of ready-made home textiles in five Southern African countries, with over 240 stores in total. The first Sheet Street store opened its doors in Cape Town in 1990, promising customers 'Lots of Linen for Less'. Almost 20 years later this promise still stands true and Sheet Street continues "Loving Your Home" with great value every day. Sheet Street's wide range of quality home fashions and everyday basics targets the mass middle-income Southern African customer who wants to co-ordinate their home both tastefully and responsibly.

Sheet Street - Carlswald

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Latitude -25.9873° S 25.9873° S 25° 59' 14.28" -25° 59.238'
Longitude 28.1129° E 28.1129° E 28° 6' 46.44" 28° 6.774'
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Shop 3 Carlswald Lifestyle Ctr
Cnr New & Harry Galaun Sts
Carlswald
Gauteng
South Africa
Phone No.
011 318 0738
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 11 318 0738

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