Property Pick - Surrounded by nature in Devil’s Peak

Perched high up against the slopes of Devil’s Peak, Cape Town with direct access from your garden to scenic walks in the Table Mountain Nature Reserve. You are surrounded by natural beauty in this property. 

3 Bedroom House for sale in Devil's Peak, Cape Town

Embraced as it is by the Table Mountain range and Devil’s Peak being the backdrop to this property, the north-facing views are towards Table Bay Harbour, the City and the mountains. These are some of the beautiful features about the quiet cul-de-sac position of this property. 

But wait till you get inside the property… 

This property has undergone the most impressive transformation from it’s slated roof to it’s garaging and is a flagship property in the area. It’s a perfect example of a lock-up-and-go as well as a ready to move into family home. An easy living home with generous proportions contemporary designed to perfection with just the very best finishes. The owners have really slashed out on quality which is on display throughout the house. 

As you enter this home of approx. 240 m² of under-roof living space, you are met with natural light pouring in through the double-glazing UPVC floor-to-ceiling doors and windows allowing for vistas from every window. Clean lines are evident throughout the open plan lounge, dining area and state of the art designed kitchen. The kitchen is equipped with smeg appliances, Grohe taps, Caesar Stone tops, a gas hob for gourmet cooking and an electric oven and built-in microwave. The scullery/laundry area is cleverly tucked away off the side of the kitchen. Solid French oak floors throughout the property and crispy white American security shutters and quality carpentry throughout complement the space beautifully. 

There is an easy flow from your dining area to the back garden with direct access to the nature reserve. 

The approx. 25 m² terrace accessed from the lounge through the fold-away doors allow for indoor/outdoor entertaining, just perfect for today’s lifestyle and cleverly thought through by the owners when they built their dream home. 

The remainder of the house consists of three spacious bedrooms in total. 

The main bedroom suite will leave you in no doubt that you have found one of the best places to lay your head in town. The views are magical as you look out over Cape Town, Table Bay Harbour and beyond. All this from under your duvet or by soaking up the north sun relaxing on your private balcony with brushed steel finishes to ensure the views are truly uninterrupted. A spacious full bathroom with a spa bath tub, a shower, double basins, Grohe taps and ample of built-in cupboards add to the luxury of this master suite. 

Two additional bedrooms, one with an en-suite bathroom and the other one uses the shower bathroom on the landing. The bedrooms are both equipped with underfloor heating. These bedrooms look out onto the nature reserve and the mountains. 

Parking is easy with an over-sized double garage and the luxury of a walk-in storeroom and secure access from your garage onto your property. 

Air con, Wifi and sophisticated home technology throughout as well as “green insulation” to ensure low cost heating and cooling mean that all your must-have boxes have now been ticked. 

Not a cent to be spent here, just move-in and enjoy. 

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