Property Pick - Stunner in Knysna

This architectural masterpiece in Pezula, Knysna sits right along the coastal cliffs allowing for 180 degree views of the famous Noetzie shoreline east and rocky outcrops which showcase the summer sunsets west, and whale watching in the middle.

4 Bedroom House for sale in Pezula, Knysna

The architecture comprises the fashionable mono pitched portal frame with lifelong lasting copper roofing, rich coloured sandstone cladding, vast aluminium framed windows, versatile frameless glass stacking doors, retaining the spectacular views in all weather. 

The landscaped garden is dressed with a distinctive diverse range of fynbos, benefiting the already prolific birdlife, with rambling green lawns that roll over the cliff and meet with the blue ocean and sky. 

This house is the crème de la crème on the Pezula Private Estate, with the finest of finishes. It is an unrepeatable build at this cost and suitably priced to sell in this market. 4 bedrooms, all with views and en suite bathrooms, 9 spacious living areas including a formal lounge, dining & BBQ areas, a billiard room, gymnasium, wine cellar, 2 bars, playroom, library, movie room with the creamy beech wood theme used throughout the house; 2 studies; central courtyard with a heated pool and a modern light kitchen, storage pantry and separate utility room. There is a separate flat containing a kitchen, lounge, 2 bedrooms which are both en suite.

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