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Property Pick - Breathtaking beauty in Langebaan

This prime property in Myburgh Park with magnificent views of the Langebaan lagoon from every room, offers far more than what can be written and it is easy to see why it is our Property Pick of the day.


House for sale in Myburgh Park, Langebaan

This one you have to visit yourself, to experience the feeling of complete satisfaction and fulfilment. Situated at the very end of a Cul-de-sac there are no noises to distract your peace and quiet. With 5 large bedrooms, with walk-in cupboard, 3 full bathrooms complete with 2 bidets, very spacious with showers and baths and a guest toilet all tiled to the ceiling and a linen room, Open plan TV room, lounge, dining room, braai room. All with magnificent views. 

Beautiful open plan kitchen with scullery where you would not miss the action or the view while preparing the meals. Balconies and sliding doors that opens and folds out of the way, what more could you wish for? Whether you are entertaining or just spending time by yourself you will not find a better place. 

With 2 fireplaces for winter not even a cold evening could be unpleasant. Invite the whole family over for December without being cramped in. 

Enjoy every sunrise with a cup of coffee and every sunset with a glass of wine and friends or family. With two extra complete bachelor flats downstairs you can rent out for an extra income or just the extra space you need for all the family and friends that wants to visit.


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