Property Pick - Breathtaking home in Camps Bay

This truly magnificent property, which is on the market fully furnished and equipped, showcases its awe inspiring location to perfection. 

6 Bedroom House for sale in Camps Bay, Cape Town

Proudly perched in an unbeatable spot with spectacular, unbroken views of the ocean, Lion’s Head and the Twelve Apostles, it is finished to the highest of standards. The property boasts six double ensuite bedrooms. 

Each is decorated uniquely with exquisite attention to detail, and all the ensuite bathrooms are luxuriously contemporary. The living accommodation combines abundant comfort with the latest in fixtures and finishes. The kitchen is au courant, with integrated appliances and a trendy breakfast bar, and there is a highly practical, separate scullery/pantry. The open plan living area is bright and airy, and leads, via fully opening doors, to the outside. 

There is a separate home cinema and guest toilet. The floating stairs and glass balustrades conspire to ensure that inside and outside blend seamlessly, with the azure of the sky and sea filling the interior spaces. Equal attention is given to comfort, with air conditioning, ceiling fans, plantation shutters and underfloor heating ensuring a yearlong ambient temperature. The exterior spaces are no less impressive; the magnificent, sea facing lawned garden houses a generous pool. There is a large patio, with built-in gas braai, and a further, sheltered, landscaped courtyard area. The breathtaking views are maximised at every turn. The attention to detail is boundless, from the warm real wood floor to unique ornamental lighting, from the antique front door to the beautiful, classy interiors which combine modern flair with classic style. 

The property has excellent security, and garaging for two cars with car ports for a further two vehicles. In addition, there is a fully equipped, one bedroomed staff apartment. This is a truly lavish home in one of the Cape’s most dazzling, natural spots.

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