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Iconic views on the Cape West Coast

A substantial modern home occupying a rare double plot has come onto the market in West Beach, Cape Town, exclusively through Pam Golding Properties.  

Priced at R8.995 million, the home overlooks a greenbelt, and offers over 800sqm of living space.  It also boasts the iconic picture-postcard view of Table Mountain from its balconies and living areas.



West Beach is located on Cape Town’s Western Seaboard, to the north of Table View and just south of Bloubergstrand.  This beachfront location offers an ideal environment for those who enjoy the outdoor lifestyle, with world-famous windsurfing and kitesurfing conditions, a magnificent beach for swimming or strolling, and any number of seaside restaurants to be enjoyed.  The suburb also enjoys proximity to the vibrant new seaside shopping centre of Eden on the Bay.   Sailing enthusiasts have access to nearby Rietvlei, while the Killarney Racecourse is also close at hand for those who prefer engine power to wind.  For families, there are a number of excellent schooling options in the vicinity, including government, private and international schools, while the new Blouberg Netcare Hospital is close by for private medical care.



The home on the green-belt occupies approximately 1450sqm of land, and has a spacious garden with rolling lawns, a built-in barbecue, swimming pool and Jacuzzi. The home’s interiors are finished to the highest standard, with a gourmet granite kitchen boasting a separate scullery and laundry, as well as both gas and electric cooking options.  PGP’s area manager Ivan Swart describes it as a home for total relaxation in an exceptional space.

“This home is all about light and space,” he says, “with generous use of glass to maximise the world-famous view, and a triple volume entrance hall creating a sense of space from the minute you enter.  The accommodation includes four en-suite bedrooms plus a guest suite with its own separate entrance.  There is also a private family TV lounge which could easily be converted into a fifth bedroom on the upper level.  The master suite has its own study and walk-in dressing room, as well as a private patio.  The home has gracious formal and informal reception rooms, separated by stackable doors which can be opened up to create one enormous entertainment area.  It is the ideal home for an executive family or those who entertain frequently.”

The home has garaging for four vehicles, with additional garage space for storage or workshop use.  It is located within easy walking distance of the beach.



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