Property Pick - Designer glam in Newlands

This gorgeous Georgian-styled home designed by the architect Jane Baldwin is only 4 years old and nestles in one of the most sought-after roads in the heart of Newlands, Cape Town with ancient oak-lined trees and the mountains as a backdrop. 

4 Bedroom House for sale in Newlands, Cape Town

On approaching the property with its beautiful road appeal you already know to expect something special. When you enter the front gate, you know you have arrived at a very special place. 

The landscaped garden designed by Mary Maurel with different shades of green and white, a level lawn for the kids to play, a sparkling salt-water pool and a calming water feature complement this solidly-built double-storey home. 

On entering the front door, you step into a beautifully presented home with crispy white wooden carpentry, large sash windows and folding doors which let in wonderful natural light, American secure aluminium shutters and high ceilings. 

A large reception room/study area with a grand piano welcomes you. The exceptionally spacious dining room with a wooden fireplace opens up onto the deep verandah, garden and pool. The immaculate open-plan gourmet/family kitchen with a separate laundry and scullery and the living room also flow out onto the deep verandah with a braai area which lends itself to perfect entertaining in- and outdoors. 

Upstairs are 4 exceptionally spacious bedrooms. You enter the master-suite with its immaculate en-suite bathroom and top of the range finishes through a double door. There is another en-suite bedroom as well as two additional bedrooms and a family bathroom. All the bedrooms are light and bright and have beautiful vistas of the lush surroundings and mountains. 

This property is in immaculate move-in condition. Additional features such as underfloor heating, hot/cold air-conditioning, a large double garage with direct access into your home, excellent security with electric fencing, beams and American secure aluminium shutters for your peace of mind as well as approved plans to extend the property (staff accommodation/granny flat) make this a wonderful home where you'd want to stay. 

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