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Property Pick - World Class property in Green Point

This world class 4 bedroomed home situated high up on the slopes of Signal Hill in Upper Green Point is truly in a class of its own. 


4 Bedroom House for sale in Green Point, Cape Town

Meticulously designed, built and finished with an array of upmarket and exclusive finishes the executive north facing home really has the wow factor. The central level of the house is perfect for entertaining, with a spacious open plan living room, dining room, and bespoke kitchen seamlessly flows onto a palatial terrace with swimming pool and the most magnificent panoramic views over Green Point, the V&A Waterfront, Robben Island and the azure of the Atlantic Ocean. 

The gourmet kitchen is fitted with the latest appliances and has an oak bar counter which leads onto the lounge with feature wood burning fireplace, for those cold winter nights. The room has a north facing wall of glass to maximise the mesmerising views, and the adjacent dining room has a glass canopy roof so that any time of the year you can entertain under the night stars. On this level there are 2 en-suite bedrooms, with double height ceilings and novel features such as bathrooms with raw granite and oak walls juxtaposed with sleek glass. T

he lower level has the 4th guest suite with outstanding bathroom with feature shower looking into a 5000 litre double height aquarium filled with colourful fish from Lake Malawi. This level is completed by a professional wine cellar with tasting area and 1000 bottles capacity, and 2 extra size garages and store room. Leaving the best till last, the top floor houses the grand master suite with private lounge, walk-in wardrobes, impressive bathroom, which leads onto a Jarrah decked terrace, with outside shower, and indigenous garden to enjoy mesmerizing sunsets. 


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