A rare opportunity has arisen to acquire waterfront property in the Western Cape town of Vermont, located just a few kilometres from the whale capital of Hermanus, about one and a quarter hours’ drive from Cape Town.  The home on Marine Drive looks directly over the ocean, and would be ideal for holiday use or as a place of permanent residence.  Pam Golding Properties has the exclusive mandate to market the property, which is priced at R12 million.

Set on just under 900sqm of front row land, the home offers seven private en-suite bedrooms, all designed to individual themes.  All rooms enjoy spectacular views over the Atlantic Ocean, just metres away.  PGP’s area manager for the greater Hermanus area, Adrian Kuiper, says the home has airy, open-plan reception rooms with superb indoor/outdoor flow:  “The living and dining areas flow naturally onto sunny balconies and courtyards, creating an ideal space for entertaining, whatever the weather,” he says.  “The outdoor areas include a private pool and Jacuzzi.  The well-equipped country-style kitchen offers a lengthy breakfast bar, ideal for informal dining.  With its superb waterfront location and its ample accommodation, this is a home that a large family can enjoy, and could even be converted for guesthouse use, subject to planning approval.”

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