Property Pick - Stately beauty in Cape Town

A home with majestic proportions and incredible panoramic views in Constantia Upper, Cape Town is our Property Pick of the day!

4 Bedroom House for sale in Constantia Upper, Cape Town

An impressive marble entrance with columns greet you into double volume reception rooms and dining areas overflowing onto balconies and pool area. The home is ideal for a large family and for events and entertaining on a large scale. 

The kitchen is well appointed and boasts with a breakfast nook  which flows into a large family room and spills out onto pool area. There is also a separate cottage for guests set in this landscaped garden. 

Furthermore there is place for your own wine cellar or gym, and you will be able to work from home! There is also space for a tennis court on the property.

The home has been owned by the same family for nearly 30 years. The home is set on 2 acres including your own forest with superb bird life. 

Features include: 

- Access Control
- Alarm
- Balcony
- Borehole
- Built-in Cupboards
- Electric Fence
- Entrance Hall
- Family/TV Room
- Fireplace
- Garden Cottage
- Garden
- Granny Flat
- Guest Toilet
- Intercom
- Irrigation System
- Kitchen
- Laundry
- Pantry
- Patio
- Paving
- Pets Allowed
- Pool
- Satelite
- Scenic View
- Scullary
- Security Gate
- Spa Bath
- Staff Quarters
- Storage
- Study
- TV
- Walk-in Closet
- Walled

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