This grand old home situated in quaint Botriver is looking for a new owner! If space is what you are looking for, then look no further, as this home has space for granny and grandpa (104m2) in addition to a completely separate flatlet which could be used to generate some income!
Consisting of 3 extra large bedrooms, 1 of which is ensuite, with sufficient built in cupboards, you will be hard pressed to find a better home for your large family. One of the bedrooms includes a separate alcove which is currently used as a study area but could easily be converted to an additional en-suite bathroom. A good sized kitchen with sufficient cupboard space awaits the lady of this manor house and the extra large lounge with working fireplace and diningroom round off this home with old world charm. Last but not least, enjoy the sun lounge opening out onto your wooden sun deck with views to the canola fields where magnificent sunsets await you to round off your day. The low maintenance garden has been brick paved, and the 2 double garages ensures that you have sufficient indoor parking for your vehicles. The granny flatlet (104m2) consists of a large open plan lounge, diningroom and kitchen area with seperate bedroom and bathroom. Separated from the main house by the large indoor braai room this will ensure that granny and grandpa are close enough to be part of the family but far enough to enjoy their own independant lifestyle. The little income generating flatlet consists of a lounge-kitchenette, bedroom and bathroom and ensures privacy as it's best since it's completely apart from the main house. If you are looking for a large home, then this is definitely the one for you!
Botrivier is a picturesque village in the Overberg, about 20km from Kleinmond, Grabouw, and Caledon. Hermanus is less than 30min away and Cape Town International Airport about 45minutes. It is the perfect location for anybody who wants to be near everything and just far away to enjoy a peaceful country life. Botrivier lies in the foothills of the Houw Hoek Mountains and the Bot River after which the village is named, flows through a fertile valley. The village is surrounded by award winning wine farms and farm stalls with their hearty and fresh products. Locals and tourists likewise often meet for a drink or a bite to eat at the Botrivier Hotel which is in the centre of the village. In a nutshell, outdoor fans, gourmets, art enthusiasts and anybody who loves a tranquil lifestyle will feel at home in Botrivier.