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Property Pick - Modern home in Somerset West

A beautifully designed modern home in the highly demanded Croydon, Somerset West is our Property Pick of the day!


3 Bedroom House for sale Croydon, Somerset West

Situated on a prime corner stand in the estate overlooking vineyards with Table mountain as the backdrop, this spacious well-built house offers the discerning buyer a large open plan layout that is accentuated by lots of light and strong lines. The spacious dining room and lounge opens up unto an enclosed braai room flowing to the pool area. 

The 3 en-suite bedrooms are sunny and spacious as is the study. The main bedroom has a walk in dressing room with the beautifully designed bathroom with double basins free standing bath and shower. The kitchen is well equipped with plenty cupboards and a big island that overlooks your TV lounge. There is a separate scullery with direct access to an automated double garage. 

Residents enjoy exclusive access to the Estate’s lifestyle center with swimming pool, entertainment area and full gym. Do not forget the annual allocation of 72 bottles of Estate produced wine included in the levy. 

Croydon Vineyard Estate is situated between Somerset West and Stellenbosch on the R102 close to major amenities and about 15min drive to Cape Town International Airport and 30 minutes from Cape Town and the V&A Waterfront. Its location is within close proximity to the country’s best schools, wine farms, beaches, malls and the historical town of Stellenbosch. 

Features include: 
Access Control
Aircon
Braai Area
Built-in Cupboards
Built-in-Braai
Ceiling Fan
Clubhouse
Deck
Entrance Hall
Family/TV Room
Fireplace
Garden
Gym
Irrigation System
Kitchen
Patio
Paving
Pets Allowed
Pool
Satelite
Scenic View
Scullary
Security Gate
Security Estate
Study
Walk-in Closet
Walled
Wheel Chair Friendly


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