Property Pick - Timeless Elegance in Durbanville

If you are thinking of moving or relocating to Cape Town the northern suburb of Vygeboom in Durbanville has everything to offer. 

4 Bedroom House for sale in Vygeboom, Durbanville

Conveniently located close to main highways into the city and Cape Town International Airport, quality schools, shopping centres, wine estates and a mere 15 minutes from Blouberg beach it is a great option for working professionals and families looking to settle down in a safe, friendly and serene suburb with large wild fig trees lining the streets.

This executive gentleman’s residence of 1000m² situated on a large plot of over 2500m² in a lush treed garden with borehole and automated irrigation is the epitome of sophistication, elegance and style.

Extremely private and secure with high boundary walls and electric fencing, remote access controlled gates, this north facing property is geared for comfort and family living and ideal for extended families with children and pets.

Experience luxury and comfort from the minute you enter the house through a double volume entrance foyer with numerous formal and informal lounges and dining rooms, American shuttered windows, large fire places, spacious and sunny gourmet kitchen with imported Falco gas stove, build in wood & gas Braai(BBQ), large walk-in pantry and separate scullery and laundry facilities.

Four double sized bedrooms with master and guest bedrooms en-suite. Other two bedrooms share family bathroom. All bedrooms open onto private balcony overlooking the garden.

Separate braai room with wood and gas braai, wine cellar and stack doors opening onto swimming pool and garden. Very spacious undercover patio with stackable shutters opening into the lush manicured garden

Large study/office with separate outside access door, four car garaging, staff quarters, solar heating, fully self-contained flat with bedroom, bathroom, lounge and kitchen and separate entrance. 

This pristine property is ready for you to just move in.

Features include: 

guest toilet
electric fence
Granny flat
store room
security gate
ceiling fan
Satellite dish

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