Character-filled Bishopscourt home for sale at R25 million

A character-filled home with ample space for an active family has come onto the market in exclusive Bishopscourt, Cape Town.  



Occupying an erf of over 5600sqm, the property enjoys an elevated, private location with magnificent mountain views and a substantial level garden. The north-facing home is on the market exclusively through Pam Golding Properties (PGP), priced at R25 million.

The warm family home offers four en-suite bedrooms, with the master suite having its own dressing room and private balcony.  A separate guest cottage could also be used as a work-from-home office suite. There is excellent flow from the four spacious reception rooms to the outdoor areas, with luxury features including solid Belgian oak floors, under-floor heating, a surround sound system, electronic blinds and several fireplaces.  A temperature-controlled wine cellar adjoins a cosy snooker room, while the retro-style kitchen has built-in Gaggenau appliances and solid kiatt cupboards, plus a separate laundry/scullery.



The magnificently landscaped garden includes a large level lawn ideal for children to play on, a floodlit tennis court, trampoline and saltwater-chlorinated swimming pool with diving board.  An adjacent pool bar and kitchenette provides the ideal base for outdoor entertaining while enjoying an active day around the pool and court.  The garden is watered by computerised irrigation, via a borehole.

The home also offers a double automated garage, storage room, staff accommodation and alarm system with electronic beams.
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