Property Pick - Tranquility in Betty’s Bay

This is what you get if you take a tastefully renovated home that oozes nautical charm and put it right on one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Add an enchanting garden that stretches practically up to the waves, the result is a lifestyle money cannot buy. 

4 Bedroom House for sale in Betty's Bay, Western Cape

Upon entering through the garden gate a path winds to the welcoming front deck where large sliding doors invite you to enter the spacious open plan living room. The L-shaped-kitchen is modern and well equipped and offers the convenience of a laundry near the back door. The family room flows from the living area, boasting a fireplace and sliding doors to the built-in braai on the sheltered deck. The guest bedroom and en suite bathroom is private and can be reached through the family room. 

The main bedroom wing offers 3 bedrooms. The main bedroom is spacious enough to accommodate a study and reading area and sliding doors lead to the deck overlooking the beach. There is a full en suite bathroom with amazing views of the ocean. Two more bedrooms and a family bathroom completes the picture. 

Being in a quiet close, the property is extremely private with a beautiful shaded garden, breath-taking vistas and wonderful corners. And then there is the sea, right on you doorstep, spoiling your senses constantly with it’s views, it’s sounds and it’s smell. A place nearer to paradise is hardly imaginable. 

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