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Property Pick - Modern glamour in Stellenbosch

An architecturally designed home in the tranquil Capolavoro Mountain Estate, Stellenbosch is our Property Pick of the day with its incredible views and beautiful finishes.


3 Bedroom House for sale in Capolavoro Mountain Estate, Stellenbosch

The home features spacious 3 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms and a modern guest bathroom. The home boasts with modern finishes, an open plan living area and, a beautiful patio with a built-in braai and sparkling swimming pool for entertaining on beautiful summer’s days.

Capolavoro Mountain Estate is a unique, tranquil, safe and secure estate in the heart of the Banghoek Valley. The estate is surrounded by the majestic mountain and provides the ideal family environment. If you enjoy being close to nature this is definitely the estate for you, offering a lifestyle filled with exquisite surroundings without the hustle of city living. The estate is also surrounded by winelands and horse farms with its harmonious architectural aesthetics. 

Due to the nature of the estate, it is the perfect setting for children to play along the various green belts. The estate is also situated in close proximity to the Bridge House Private School and you will be glad to know that there is no traffic to town and school - which is only a ten minute drive.



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