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Property Pick - Exceptional beauty in Cape Town

A superb collaboration of Form - Flow and Function - this newly renovated double volume Stefan Antoni designed masterpiece situated high up on the slopes of Table Mountain in Higgovale, Cape Town allows for awe-inspiring views of city bowl, signal hill and the harbour.


5 Bedroom house for sale in Higgovale, Cape Town

On ground level, this magnificent residence located in a quiet secure neighborhood - offers secure parking for four cars with direct access into a stunning entrance hall with spiral steel staircase lead to the first level of open plan living and entertaining areas. Travertine tiles throughout. Folding doors that opens to more jaw dropping views and a sparkling rim flow pool. Skylights allows for sunlight in abundance and secretive glimpses of Table Mountain. The open plan fully-integrated kitchen and separate scullery / laundry area is perfectly designed for entertaining friends and family and fitted with top of the range appliances. 

Each of the four bedrooms on this level are serviced by its own bathroom of which three are en-suite. Brand New neutral toned carpets in all the bedrooms, with underfloor heating throughout.

Moving one level up is the impressive Balinese inspired Master bedroom (90m), separate toilet with Bidet, the spacious master Bathroom with Free standing bath and larger than life shower, a separate walk in cupboard designed to impress.

This property has the potential to expand and build if one desires – the permutations are endless. 

It also offers a state of the art security system, electric fencing and a 400l capacity solar heating system with back up electricity, wifi and ADSL Connectivity.

This encapsulating home is what dreams are made of – make yours come true!




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