This modern newly built home with a floor size of 250 sqm is light and bright and was designed by top architect Michael Dall and garden by landscaper Mary Maurel. This is the perfect home for a modern family relocating to Cape Town.
This extremely beautiful Californian style there bedroomed town house offers space, function and flow. No expense has been spared and every finish from floor to ceiling is impeccable with attention to detail. There is wood cladding and shutters perfectly secure to come and go (top security and simple maintenance). Almost the best of an apartment and house combined.
The kitchen is open plan and has a Lofra oven with extractor, integrated Smeg fridge/freezer together with a unique ship style lighting with additional ovehead dimmable lighting.
On the lower level you will find a lounge, dining room, guest cloak room, kitchen, scullery, front and back terrace with garden and water feature and an outside shower.
There is a self contained flat below the house (bedroom, kitchen, bathroom) with access from street which can be utilized office but could be rental unit or staff accommodation.
There is also a double garage.
Set on the slopes of Lion’s Head, between Sea Point and Bantry Bay, Fresnaye is one of the cities' most fashionable residential areas and offers some of the finest holiday accommodation in Cape Town.
Fresnaye's choice position on the mountain, the fact that it is sheltered from the notorious south-easterly and its easy access to Cape Town has produced some of the most expensive real estate along the Atlantic Seaboard. The streets here, as the suburb’s name indicates, are named after places in France and the magnificent views take in sweeping vistas of the Atlantic, Table Bay and Robben Island.
The suburb gives one easy access to the various museums, galleries and alleyways of the city centre and is just minutes from the V&A Waterfront.
The trendy Atlantic beaches of Camps Bay and Clifton are literally just up the road, within walking distance, and hanging out on one of Clifton’s four beaches, separated by granite boulders, or the long palm-lined stretch of sand that has made Camps Bay so popular amongst the jet set crowd, is a major draw card to the area.
Sunsets on this part of the peninsula are legendary and Fresnaye is no exception, particularly because of its situation on the slopes of a mountain. Fresnaye is close to Sea Point’s Main Road with an eclectic offering of shops, bars, clubs and restaurants that give it its own cosmopolitan flavour and Sea Point’s promenade is popular with locals, walkers, joggers and the pram brigade.