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Property Pick - Breathtaking Beauty in Oranjezicht

Find this sensational and tastefully decorated, wonderfully built guesthouse in the perfect position below the Mother City’s pride and joy, the glorious Table Mountain. 


?8 Bedroom House for sale in Oranjezicht, Cape Town

This exceptional example of a guesthouse is the finest Oranjezicht, Cape Town has to offer in the price range and you quite simply will not find any other guesthouse in better condition. It has been maintained immaculately and nothing has been spared. Every room is excellently appointed and every finish is of the highest quality. Bathroom fittings are superb. 

This home away from home is built on 3 levels plus it boasts a viewing deck on a fourth level which gives you 360 degrees of jaw dropping, heart racing quintessentially Cape Town views from Devils Peak, Table Mountain and adjoining Lions Head to Signal Hill, sweeping across the City Bowl, bay and harbour to the far off Hottentots Holland as a backdrop to this theatre of dreams. 

The guesthouse building’s first level is on street level and consists of a delectable entrance foyer where guests can be greeted in style. There is also space for 2 cars to park safely behind the automated gate as well as a single garage and very large storeroom. 

The guesthouse building’s second level boasts six of the finest designer style en-suite rooms which open up onto a sleek landscape garden area which flows from a grand terrace to a generous and splendid pool area for those stress free summer tanning sessions. 

This middle level also has a kitchenette and laundry area for guests to use at their leisure. 

The guesthouse building’s upper level is dedicated to what could either be used for a live-in owner/operator or for use as 2 extra rooms for guests. There is also a wonderful warm lounge area on this level which all guests are welcome to use as well as a large modern open plan kitchen and lounge which flows out onto a lovely balcony area from which extraordinary vistas of the fairest Cape Town can be enjoyed. 

Finally one can take the last few steps on a spiral stairway to heaven where the Southern Comfort Guest House's supreme viewing deck will leave you with a 360 degree memory of Cape Town that you will quite simply carry with you forever! 

Latest income and expenditure figures available for serious buyers after initial viewing and approval


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