Property Pick - Breathtaking Family Home in Bishopscourt

A breathtakingly beautiful Bishopscourt, Cape Town family home is our Property Pick of the day with its awe-inspiring design and modern conveniences.

4 Bedroom House for sale in Bishopscourt, Cape Town

Unique, elevated, north facing, single story with incredible valley and mountain vistas from every room. 

The entrance hall leads into the open lounge, dining and kitchen areas, flowing onto the sprawling patio, pool and manicured garden. Additional summer lounge and dining room. Fireplaces, French oak hardwood floors, high ceilings, double glazed windows and stacking doors are special features. 

Bedroom wing of four bedrooms and bathrooms, family TV lounge, and a study. Spacious Master suite with dressing room and exquisite bathroom and shower room. Under floor heating, heated towel rails and glass panel wall heaters. 

Coat room and guest cloakroom. Scullery, pantry and wine cellar. Double garage, laundry room, and a loft staff suite above. Separate one bedroom garden guest cottage. Sophisticated state of the art security, intercom, irrigation and solar heating systems. Wonderful craftsmanship and attention to detail throughout this dream family home.

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