This Beautiful Apartment In Clifton Is Selling For R 14 950 000!

This Beautiful Apartment In Clifton Is Selling For R 14 950 000! Nestled between Bantry Bay and Camps Bay, Clifton with its indelible charm, draws you in with alluring panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean.

From Kloof Road, only 40 steps down the well-known Clifton Steps, the apartment welcomes you with a vista filled with Clifton beach and ocean views. Stepping into the apartment, you are greeted with a light filled, open plan main floor consisting of a lounge, kitchen and dining area flowing out onto a west-facing, sun-drenched terrace, perfect for entertaining family and friends. The kitchen features a breakfast bar and provides enough space for all major appliances.

In the lounge enjoy a glass of wine or cup of hot chocolate in front of the wood burning fireplace on rainy winter evenings. A guest toilet is also situated on the main floor.  Downstairs, the lower floor comprises of three comfortable, west-facing bedrooms and two bathrooms. The main bedroom with full en-suite bathroom and double basin vanity has beautiful ocean views, while the second and third bedrooms share a full bathroom and both have partial beach and ocean views. There are built-in closets in all three bedrooms.

Also on the lower floor, the apartment further features a private one bedroom, self contained flat, perfect for guests or as an Airbnb rental. The flat has its own separate entrance and features a lounge, kitchen and en-suite bedroom. It also has a private patio with partial ocean views.

Moving outside to the east of the property is a compact flower garden, perfect for the budding horticulturist and this is where, under big old Oak trees, you will find a built-in braai which allows for that most sacred of South African culinary gatherings.  In the heart of Clifton, this apartment bears witness to bold, rich Cape Town sunsets. It lies in wait for new owners to come and make it their own and enjoy relaxed coastal living.

By Thomas Chiothamisi

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