Property Pick - Natural beauty in Hermanus

Situated in the beautiful Fernkloof Estate, Hermanus our Property Pick of the day is a beautiful home that takes full advantage of its surroundings and creates a stunning family environment.

5 Bedroom House for sale in Fernkloof Estate, Hermanus

This 520m² home on a 1501m² plot offers all you can ask for and more. It has the most beautiful mountain views, golf course views and even sea views. This luxurious home is not only modern with top class finishes, but also cosy with a personal touch. The U-shaped house centers around a delightful, partially open courtyard, offering direct sunlight and contributing to a very special aura and enhanced outdoor living. 

The ground floor consists of an open plan kitchen with granite and zimbabwean teak tops, a huge island unit, a smeg gas stove and a study nook . There is a separate laundry/scullery and pantry. The kitchen is open plan to the dining room with a wood burner fireplace. From here doors lead to a south facing terrace on the one side and a north facing courtyard on the other. There are three more living areas consisting of a playroom, a media room and a lounge with a fireplace. The lounge opens into the courtyard with its built-in braai. In a separate wing you’ll find the guest loo and three bedrooms all opening onto the north facing garden. One bedroom is en-suite with a shower and the other two share a full bathroom. The three bedrooms lead to a central study area. The double garage is extra spacious and there is also an outside store room as well as an outside bedroom with a shower bathroom. 

The first floor consists of a guest bedroom with a full en-suite bathroom, a spacious study and the magnificent main bedroom with wood burner, a full en-suite bathroom with heated towel rails and doors leading to a balcony. 

Extras include wood and maplette flooring with mosaic inserts, american shutters, underfloor heating in bathrooms, ceiling fans in bedrooms, surround sound system in lounge, media room and braai area, ample cupboards, landscaped garden with automated irrigation system, borehole and a swimming pool. 

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