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Property Pick - Luxury Living in Vredehoek

The living is easy in this impressive, generously proportioned contemporary residence with wonderful mountain, sea and harbour views, located high up in Vredehoek, Cape Town


4 Bedroom House for sale in Vredehoek, Cape Town
 
A perfect example of a lock-up-and-go property as well as a ready to move into family home. Quality is on display throughout this home. 

As you enter the property you are met with neutral tones and clean lines, evident throughout the open plan lounge, dining area and high quality kitchen which offers excellent storage space with a cleverly hidden scullery area. The calming vista enjoyed from the living area through the extensive use of glass will help alleviate any city stress. 

All eyes are drawn to the large balcony accessed from the lounge through fold-away doors epitomising indoor/outdoor living, a lifestyle the current owners wanted when they designed their dream home. 

A much loved and used built in covered Braai is the focal point of this expansive 50sqm balcony complete with glass walls and brushed steel finishes. 

The rest of the floor plan consists of four spacious bedrooms with the master bedroom suite leaving you in no doubt that you have found one of the best places to lay your head in town. The view is obscene; nothing escapes your gaze as you look down and out over the rest of Cape Town and beyond. All this from under your duvet or by soaking up the north sun relaxing on your spacious private balcony, again with glass and brushed steel finishes to ensure the views are truly uninterrupted. 

A very spacious full bathroom with double shower, an abundance of wardrobe space and your very own dressing room complete the sanctuary that is the master bedroom. 

Two additional bedrooms upstairs share a full bathroom with the Guest Suite on the lower level enjoying its own. 

Parking is easy with an over-sized double garage with built in storage plus an additional parking bay. American security shutters add to the light and airy atmosphere. The level lawned garden comes complete with direct access to Table Mountain. 

Air con and full alarm systems mean that all your must-have boxes are now ticked. Not a penny to be spent here, just move-in. 


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