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Property Pick - Rustic beauty in Durbanville

Situated in the sought after Durbanville, Western Cape our Property Pick of the day is a stunning rustic beauty with ancient and hand-carved Balinese double doors welcoming home owners and guests.


4 Bedroom House for sale in Durbanville, Western Cape

The impressive double doors open into a dramatic, vast and airy space - inspiring visitors and residents with its sheer size and boldness. 

The home boasts with 4 Spacious en-suite bedrooms, two with double volume loft decks. Furthermore there is a braai entertainment room with a roaring fireplace off the kitchen, store your wines in an adjacent fully fitted wine cellar.  A dreamy kitchen with Cemcrete floors, solid Cherry wood cupboards and Jarrah wooden tops stands proudly, while downlighters showcase a large gas hob with electric oven and hand crafted kitchen table and prep basin with copper pipe taps; a separate, fully-fitted scullery and additional laundry and ironing room complete the picture.

A wind-free fire pit and central stone arch feature compliments a black Cemcrete heated pool which takes pride of place by the surrounding indigenous garden, complete with borehole irrigation. 

There is a variety of fruit and long-established trees bordering the property on both sides, the Mosselbank river at the rear. The property is idyllic as a guest house, boutique hotel or functions venue, the large grounds ensuring perfect privacy, fully walled with electric gate and intercom system to main house. A private cinema room adds to the entertainment provided with sound absorbent curtaining, projector, screen and surround sound. There are 6 garages and parking for 20 or more cars.

Staff accommodation with TV facilities and separate bathroom complete the picture. 



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