Property Pick - Chic living in Stellenbosch

This beautiful property in De Wijnlanden, Stellenbosch offers the comfort and space one would look for when buying the perfect home. 

4 Bedroom House for sale in De Wijnlanden, Stellenbosch

It is a superb example of modernised Cape Vernacular architecture permitted within the exclusive gated community of the Estate. The property was designed to create a refined four bedroom home affording expansive living areas with careful flow planning and optimisation of the vineyard and mountain views. 

The main bedroom, large by all standards offers solid bamboo flooring, controlled lighting, sliding glass doors on both sides to separate patios as well as a his and her bathroom to complete the level of comfort any master suite should possess. With the additional three bedrooms and an option to turn the third into a study, it is evident this property offers variety, comfort and even more space. 

The tranquil atmosphere complimented by the manicured landscape garden, combined with the magnificent views the Estate offers, one can sit back, relax and enjoy the lifestyle and beauty of this home. 

The Estate offers excellent security and within close proximity to of the country’s best private and semi-private schools, wine farms and the historical town of Stellenbosch and Somerset West, 15 minutes from Cape Town International airport and 30 minutes from the hustle and bustle of Cape Town city center and V&A Waterfront. 

Residents enjoy exclusive access to the Estate tennis and squash courts as well as the driving-range at the estate clubhouse facilities. 

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