Property Pick - Mediterranean Villa in Hout Bay

This magnificent three storey home, positioned in an expansive forest setting, has exquisite views over Victorskloof, Hout Bay and comprises of the following: 

7 Bedroom House for sale in Victorskloof, Hout Bay

Third Level 
- 4 very generously proportioned en suite bedrooms, 3 of which have walk-in closets. 

Second Level 
- Large, open-plan living and dining area leading to two additional living and dining areas and large kitchen with separate scullery. 
- Double-roomed, open-plan study/office. 
- Wrap-around terrace balcony with braai area. 
- Guest toilet. 
- Laundry room with toilet and walk-in safe situated between the 1st and 2nd levels. 

First Level 
- Very large, heated swimming pool. 
- Jacuzzi room with 3 room (2 with en suite bathrooms) attached. This entire area could be turned into a 2 or 3 bedroom flatlet. It could also be used as an entertainment area (games, sauna, bar etc.) or even a combination of both. 
- There are also 3 additional small interlinking rooms that could be used for storage or maids quarters. One of the rooms could be perfect as a wine cellar. 
- Outside toilet. 

Ground Level 
- Direct access triple garage. 
- Space for 3 cars in front of garages and additional tandem carport. 
- Two bedroom cottage. 

Additional Features 
- The grounds of the entire property have outside lighting 
- There is a bore hole 
- Sophisticated security with alarm system, camera surveillance with monitors in various rooms and perimeter electric fencing. 

Great for a large family or as a Guesthouse. 

Rates and taxes: R2 200

Features include: 
Separate Flatlet - Yes
Pets Allowed - Yes

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