Property Pick - Designer beauty in Somerset West

This double storey home is situated in the very exclusive Monte Sereno, Somerset West with easy access to the R44, N2, Waterstone Shopping Mall and excellent schools. You can enjoy breathtaking, panoramic views of the majestic mountains and False Bay.

3 Bedroom House for sale in Monte Sereno, Somerset West

This spacious 3 bedroom property offers clean and minimalistic lines with large glass windows and doors that allow the Helderberg to flow into your home. The ground level consists of a double garage, guest toilet, guest bedroom with en-suite bathroom, open plan lounge, dining, sitting room and kitchen with built–in Bosch coffee machine, Siemens eye- level and convection oven, Caesarstone tops and beautiful built-in cupboards. There are also a separate scullery and pantry and 2 verandas, one covered with glass sliding doors with a built-in braai . The first floor has 2 bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms with granite tops and a study or entertainment room ( can also be used as fourth bedroom ). There are also 2 balconies with amazing views of the sea and mountains. Extra bonuses are cherry wood built-in cupboards, large storage space, tea station on the first level, wood burner in the living areas and a back up battery system in the garage. The beautiful garden is fitted with an automated irrigation system and water feature.

This house has a unique design in terms of open beams and with emphasis on glass and views it is letting in natural light that flows evenly throughout the house. This house is geared for convenience and style, come and have a look.

Features include: 

- Access Control
- Alarm
- Aircon
- Balcony
- Braai Area
- Built-in Cupboards
- Built-in-Braai
- Deck
- Entrance Hall
- Family/TV Room
- Fireplace
- Garden
- Gated Village
- Guest Toilet
- Irrigation System
- Kitchen
- Laundry
- Pantry
- Patio
- Paving
- Pets Allowed
- Scullary
- Sea View
- Security Gate
- Security Estate
- Storage
- Study
- TV
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