Property Pick - Historical charm in Cape Town

Set high in the avenues of Oranjezicht, with spectacular views of the city, Table Mountain, Lion’s Head and Devil’s Peak our Property Pick of the day is a historic landmark of the city.

4 Bedroom House for sale in Oranjezicht, Cape Town

Built in 1926 and inspired by a neo-classical Villa in Florence, this property offers the perfect symbiosis of grand colonial-style living combined with high-end contemporary finishes and state-of-the-art design.

The grand entrance up a marble staircase leads into a circular hall with a dome.
Original features, such as wooden floors and vaulted ceilings underline the sophisticated style of the house.

The open plan kitchen has Gaggenau equipment throughout. French doors from the kitchen and dining room lead onto the verandah, which wraps around the house. A generous outdoor entertaining area with swimming pool. Jacuzzi and a built-in BBQ.

Downstairs are 2 bedrooms en-suite, a media room, a wine cellar and a circular spacious study.

A garage for 3 cars, a laundry room and maid quarters add to convenience and practical comfort.

An award winning landscaped garden and being featured in Top Billing round this property off to be an absolute winner for the discerned buyer. A rare opportunity not to be missed!

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