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South Africa’s most prolific mansion available for the summer

The so-called Enigma Mansion in Camps Bay, Cape Town is up for grabs this summer - if your pockets are deep enough that is.



During the peak holiday season, rental property on the Atlantic Seaboard can easily reach the R10,000 - R25, 000 per day bracket, and while this might sound like a very steep price to pay to the average South African, foreigners looking for the perfect summer escape sees it differently.



But then you have the Enigma Mansion, which is commanding a R346, 500 for one week between 15 December and 15 January. If we are doing our maths correctly that means that you are effectively paying a staggering R49, 500 a day.

Not only will you be living in the most talked about property in Cape Town, you will also have a staff compliment of 5 (which includes an Estate Manager) and airport transfers. 



The house has been the choice for many A-listers and royal families in the past, so it will be interesting to see who will snap up the mansion this year. 

For the rest of us however - you can find the perfect holiday accommodation across South Africa easily with us!


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