Property Pick - Country Elegance in Paarl

With large open windows, the magnificent lake and mountain views surround you from every corner of this Val De Vie, Paarl house

3 Bedroom House for sale in Val De Vie, Paarl

This amazing 3 Bedroom all en-suite house is the perfect combination of modern architectural design and sophisticated country elegance. With large open windows, the magnificent lake and mountain views surround you from every corner of the house. There is a lovely open-plan feeling throughout, making it a calm and relaxing experience as you move from one room to another. The kitchen with separate pantry / scullery / laundry and outside courtyard with a herb garden and water feature, has a french inspiration with hand crafted cupboards and the finest fittings. 

The main bedroom boasts with spectacular views, a large open-plan bathroom and a mirrored walk-in closet, making it a luxurious french affair. There is also a large study located upstairs, a wine cellar nook under the staircase with temperature control, large swimming pool on the edge of the garden which makes you feel that your almost swimming in the lake itself, a pizza oven with covered outside patio and double garages. A true example of elegance and that sophisticated country living, Val de Vie has to offer. 

Val de Vie is a state-of-the-art Security Estate that offers its home owners a sophisticated country lifestyle. With five star stabling and care, riding lessons and polo lessons; Val de Vie also hosts regular polo events, such as the BMW International and Pink Polo. The estate is perfect for walks along its 1.5km Berg River Frontage and lakes. Val de Vie is home to a superb health club with fully equipped gym, spinning and Pilate's classes, two tennis courts, two squash courts, saunas, steam rooms, 25m indoor heated pool and the Ryk Neethling School of Swimming, as well as a Restaurant and Club house, which is local to the estate.

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