This house is nestled under the majestic Table Mountain, at the top of Tamboerskloof, in the sought-after Leeukloof Drive. It is reached via a sweeping, sloping driveway, dotted with indigenous plants. The eye-catching open-plan living area has a comfortable living room, a modern kitchen on the lower level and a dining area. From here there is access to two outdoor areas: a large open terrace at the front with views of Table Mountain, Lion’s Head and the City Bowl, and a separate courtyard with pool, lounge, built-in barbecue, water feature, putting green and spectacular views of Signal Hill. The house has four bedrooms and three bathrooms (two of which have en suite bathrooms), all with access to the outdoor area. The interior is a perfect blend of natural elements (wood floors, tongue and groove plank ceilings), luxurious lighting and fixtures, and a truly creative use of colours and textures. One of the bedrooms on the lower level can be used as a separate flat as it has its own entrance. Green, mature trees and plants frame parts of the outdoor area, creating a lush, tranquil and beautiful environment. Despite the exceptional design and high quality that prevails throughout the house, the real hero of this beautiful home is its location and the views that can be enjoyed at every turn. It is situated on a spacious plot of land. The hustle and bustle and fun of the City Bowl are within easy reach, as are the roads in and out of Cape Town.
- Fitted kitchen
- Living area with floor-to-ceiling windows and high rounded ceiling
- Guest bathroom
- 2 bedrooms with bathroom en suite
- Wooden floors and ceilings with tongue and groove boards
- 2 spacious terraces
- Lounge area
- Water feature
- Putting Green
- Planted green outdoor area
- 2 garage parking spaces
Location and surroundings of this property
Tamboerskloof belongs to the core area of Cape Town, the so-called City Bowl. Nevertheless, compared to other parts of the metropolis, things are remarkably relaxed here. Among other things, the pretty Victorian houses contribute to this specific, rather familiar atmosphere in Tamboerskloof. In addition, this is certainly also due to the proximity to the green highlights of the metropolis. The charming Gardens district is right next door. And just as close is the national park around Table Mountain, the unmistakable landmark of Cape Town.
- Year of construction 1995
- Energy data are not available, because this is a foreign property
The brokerage fee is included in the stated price.