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Property Pick - Country charm in Hout Bay

A home fit for a king in the picturesque Hout Bay, Western Cape is our Property Pick of the day with its immaculate design and breathtaking views.


9 Bedroom House for sale in Hout Bay

Nestled in a manicured garden is the extensive five bedroom main house with lavish bedrooms set over two floors with a master bedroom at the end of each floor. 

Finishes are all high end imported European brands from the door handles, bathroom equipment and windows down to the magnetic door locks. Views from the wrap around balcony are spectacular and 360 degrees of the mountains and sea. 

Very well equipped and designed open kitchen with leading onto the dining area that could sit two large families. The main upstairs master suite has its own office, reading area as well as a steam room and massage room leading of the en-suite bathroom. 

The main lounge leads on to a full sized pool and entertainment area. There are two standalone cottages at opposite corners of the almost a third of a hectare of land with one "The Garage Cottage" boasting three en-suite bedrooms and a second possible caretaker cottage with separate entrance being a one bedroom en-suite with its own kitchen,lounge and laundry. 

There is a carport as well as parking area for in excess of 10 vehicles and very tight security features in what is already a secure street with a guard station at its entrance. All in all it is a spectacular house that would not be out of place anywhere in the world. Truly a masterpiece of architectural beauty. Viewing strictly by appointment only 


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