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Property Pick - Penthouse fit for a king in Cape Town

This magnificent double story penthouse really is in a league of its own. The superb views over the cityscape, Table Mountain, Lions Head and Signal Hill are only surpassed by the extraordinary finishes and grand dimensions. 


3 Bedroom Apartment for sale in Cape Town

One enters the property by a direct access lift which takes you into a private lift foyer, this leads onto a spacious entrance hall which has a scullery, a store room and staff accommodation. 

Through a second door one is overwhelmed by the natural light and space which is created by the wonderful double volume design and vast number of windows. The expansive lounge with gas fireplace leads onto the Italian designed and crafted Asereli Kitchen, with floating island and beautiful views over the Cape Town cityscape and Table Mountain. 

The spacious living area leads onto both a smaller east facing balcony which overlooks the city and a large North facing roof terrace with raised swimming pool and views towards the V&A Waterfront. This terrace is also ideal for entertaining in any weather as there is a portion which is undercover. In addition to the entertainment and living areas downstairs, there is an opulent main bedroom en-suite, with large dressing room (with Italian cupboards) and full bathroom with top Italian finishes throughout; this room leads out onto an east facing balcony. 

From the lower level one walks up a beautifully crafted staircase, which in itself is a feature, to the upper level which has a second TV lounge and study area which has a further 2 balconies. Through frameless glass balustrades one also looks down onto the formal living area below. 

This level has a further 2 bedrooms which are larger than normal in size and both en-suite with vanity, bidet, and shower. Both have built- in Italian cupboards and one of these bedrooms has a balcony.Double garage, tandem parking bay, air-conditioning, top of the range Italian finishes through-out. 24 hr security.


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