Millionaire’s Row mansion comes on the market

One of the most lavish properties on Plettenberg Bay’s prestigious ‘Millionaire’s Row’ has come onto the market. Set over two prime stands on Beachy Head Drive, just a stone’s throw from Robberg 2 Beach, this property has a price tag of  R45 million.

Currently one of the highest priced properties for sale in Plett, this exceptional home defines luxury. The Master Wing comprises of a main bedroom exuding comfort with a high white ceiling and exposed wooden beams, a lavish bathroom, study, sitting room, gym and games room.  

There are seven additional sea-facing bedrooms, five of which have en suite bathrooms. Further, the home boasts extensive indoor and outdoor entertainment areas, has a wine cellar, and a large kitchen with many fine features including a walk-in fridge.

“The home is laid out so that the future owners can enjoy private living on one side of the property, while their guests have their own privacy on the opposite side,” says Pam Porter of Jawitz Properties Plettenberg Bay, which has secured the mandate to market the property. An employee wing on site offers comfortable living for staff, and there is a double garage with direct access to the home.

There are two swimming pools to choose from. The first is encased by the outdoor wooden deck overlooking the beach, but should the wind pick up, a more sheltered second pool is available on the opposite side of the home.

The property not only comes with ample space, but is fully furnished comprising mainly white and wooden finishes, with a simple and timeless feel, perfect for this coastal home with the sea as its backdrop.

While surrounded by views of the ocean, Robberg Peninsula and the Tsitsikamma Mountain Range, the property also has its own private park just below, leading to the beach.

“If you want to live or holiday at one of the best addresses in Plettenberg Bay, this is the home to own,” says Porter. This location is known for its older, expensive properties that are typically bought up and completely re-modelled. Porter says, however, that this property is perfect as is; ready to move in as it stands, with modern luxury throughout.

“The home has both of Plett’s prime real estate attractions; location and superb views, and provides beautiful, five star living by the sea,” Porter concludes.

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