A brilliantly designed spacious villa that maximises daylight and uses the natural environment in terms of its construction to make the most of the fine views. Located high up a relatively wind-free district near the base station of the Table Mountain cable car.
Striking evidence of the use of the underlying stone is apparent when you enter the house to see the rockface literally be invited in from outside Here a Dark jarrah wood stairs and finishes throughout lend the property a substantial though restful feel.
- 5 bedroom
- The master suite with walk-in cupboard is on the second floor and has an adjacent secluded deck and private rooftop garden with irises.
- Another en suite guest bedroom on the third floor with balcony is situated near a restful water feature that feeds the pond below; there is a herb garden to the rear.
- The natural spring stream of the mountain can be seen within the house as it feeds a soothing water feature, the pool and jacuzzi.
- Solar panelling and a rainwater reservoir tank.
- Integrated sound system on first floor extends on to the balcony and sunlounger wooden deck.
- Sweeping vistas from the terrace
- Occasional guest bedroom and kitchenette
- 2 guest bathrooms. T
- An orientally-inspired formal tranquility garden with seated buddha bordering a goldfish pond watered from above lies behind a large glass screen.
- real fireplace
- formal lounge with light brown suite and dining area (with an imaginative Italian globe lighting fixture)
- open-plan kitchen
- informal living room
- A balcony of extensive decking and garden furniture
- patio doors running the full length of the house
- barbecue station with stone flue.
- white pebble-bed gas flame fireplace
- wide-screen television
- large L-shaped taupe couch centred around an interesting Balinese-style glass-topped coffee table
- Gauguin and Matisse-style pictures
- generously proportioned kitchen
- separate scullery utility. (An outside utility room houses the laundry machines together with a further fridge-freezer)
- Garden of indigenous lilies and mature trees from which an owl has been known to hoot!
- office study room with views of Lions Head (brown organza curtains dress the windows) with a further striking bathroom up steps on a mezzanine floor.
- All bathrooms have underfloor heating
- spot-lit signature inventive wine cellar consists of a pattern of pidgeon-holes pock-marking the stone vault (a wine cooler cabinet increases capacity here)
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