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Casual elegance in De Goede Hoop Estate

A luxurious six-bedroomed villa with magnificent sea and mountain views has come onto the market in De Goede Hoop Estate, regarded as one of the most exclusive addresses in Noordhoek on the Cape South Peninsula.  



The 2.6ha property occupies an elevated position on the eastern slopes of Chapman’s Peak, with sweeping views across the Noordhoek Valley and Atlantic Ocean.  Pam Golding Properties has the exclusive mandate to market the Cape vernacular-style home, known as “Aristea”, at R28 million.

PGP agent Lindsay Bell says the secure estate is one of the most sought-after in the South Peninsula region, thanks to its excellent security, panoramic views and stylish homes.  “It is particularly popular with equestrians due to its extensive network of bridle paths,” she says, “and this particular property has plans in place for stabling and paddocks.  The estate even has a private access path for those who prefer to ride on Long Beach.  Residents can also make use of a network of footpaths running through the adjacent 300ha Fynbos Reserve, not to mention the many spectacular hiking routes in the vicinity, including Silvermine and Noordhoek Ridge.  The location is also a delight for gourmets, due to the Noordhoek Farm Village being situated right at the entrance, offering a fresh produce market, highly acclaimed deli and top restaurants such as the Food Barn and Cafe Roux.”



The property currently for sale includes large open-plan living areas which flow easily from indoors to outdoors, making the home ideal for entertaining all year round.  The modern kitchen includes top-of-the-range stainless steel appliances, a kitchen bar counter and eat-in table.  As well as six en-suite bedrooms, the home has a separate guest cottage with its own private entrance and views into the amphitheatre.  Other features include a large heated swimming pool, Jacuzzi and shady patios on both sides of the house.  Garaging is provided for three vehicles.  “The overall effect is one of casual elegance, warmth and comfort,” Bell concludes.


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