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Property Pick - Classic Beauty in Betty’s Bay

An unique home, lovingly designed by a gifted couple in a setting of unsurpassed natural beauty, now waiting to enhance the life of a new owner. Perfect for the discerning buyer who appreciates nature, enjoys privacy and a 5-star environment and loves to entertain. 


2 Bedroom House for sale in Betty's Bay

Layout of interior: Upon entering through the two impressive front doors, one find oneself surrounded by the tranquillity of the lovely courtyard around which the home - inspired by the style of farm houses in the Karoo and influenced by French architecture - was designed. 

Equally impressive double doors lead to a spacious corridor/entrance hall that gives easy access to all parts of the house. Walking through the next set of double doors one enters the living room with its double volume domed ceiling. Sliding doors open up to a wide sheltered stoep, offering uninterrupted views of the ocean. The left wing of the house consists of a grand dining room with fireplace, a study with breath-taking sea views, the designer kitchen and a private lounge with fireplace. In the right wing one finds the luxurious master bedroom boasting sea views and two en suite bathrooms, an intimate reading room/library, the guest bedroom enjoying both the views of the courtyard and the convenience of an en suite bathroom. There is a guest toilet. The light and airy studio (that can be turned into a flatlet should the need araise) with toilet and basin and the double garage flanks the entrance gate. 

The garden is natural fynbos. The overall ambiance of the property is one of space, elegance and comfort. Rooms flow into each other with open vistas to the wide expanse of the ocean and the dramatic mountain backdrop. Great attention to detail has been given and no expense was spared to ensure top quality workmanship and finishes. Some of the special features are: under floor heating, double volume spaces, quality tiles and carpets, 2 fireplaces, 3 geysers, ample wall plugs, granite tops in kitchen, and stylish B.I.C in bedrooms


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