This Home With Exquisite Views In Camps Bay Is Selling For R 14 500 000!

This Home With Exquisite Views In Camps Bay Is Selling For R 14 500 000! This contemporary home in the Glen has been designed for the entertainer with a plethora of indoor and outdoor spaces perfect for enjoying the stunning mountain and sea views. On the ground level the spacious bar with fully fitted kitchen including wine cooler, fridges, oven and sound system as well as wine cellar leads out through glass doors to a private deck and pool area. Another charming outdoor area can be accessed from the pool.

The spacious and light open-plan living and dining areas flow out to a large outdoor patio with barbeque facilities. The beautiful kitchen with eat-in counter boasts Smeg integrated appliances and white stone tops. There is a separate scullery and laundry.

Four spacious bedrooms ensure plenty of accommodation and all are en-suite. The main bedroom with dressing room and private bathroom also opens onto a wide wrap-around balcony. There are two further bedrooms on this level both with access to private courtyard areas, and the guest bedroom suite is located on the ground floor. Your own water supply is ensured with the eight 1000L Water Tanks. The home also has a direct access garage and good security.

Upmarket Camps Bay draws crowds to its namesake beach, known for its fine white sand, natural rock swimming pool and views of the Twelve Apostles mountains. Behind the beach, posh seafood restaurants, mellow cafes and cocktail bars with patios overlook the promenade. Nearby, Promenade Mall has boutiques selling fashion and beachwear, while the intimate Theatre on the Bay stages drama, musicals and comedy.

Between Clifton and Llandudno beaches and Bordered by the spectacular, Twelve Apostles Mountain range and the glittering Atlantic Ocean, Camps Bay is one of Cape Town’s most breath-taking Suburbs. Camps Bay is an affluent suburb of Cape Town, South Africa, and the small bay on the west coast of the Cape Peninsula after which it is named. In summer it attracts many South African and foreign visitors.

By Thomas Chiothamisi

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