This 1925 landmark villa has hosted many dignitaries during its history. Built from Table Mountain sandstone, the design incorporates many Sir Herbert Baker characteristics.
It has been a welcoming family home to its present owners for the past 34 years. This unique City Bowl residence, offering space and enduring elegance, will become a legacy for the next discerning buyer.
The prominent corner position ensures commanding views over the City Bowl, Table Bay, Lions Head & Table Mountain.
The imposing entrance hall has Burmese teak strip flooring and unique teak-panelled walls, alluding to the quality with which the house was originally built.
You need to see it to get the feel of this wonderful versatile property which offers numerous additional rooms.
Feel free to contact us to view this exceptional original character home.
Oranjezicht is known as an area that is on trend and extremely picturesque. It lies on the lower slopes of Table Mountain in close proximity to many of the great amenities that Cape Town has to offer.
A brief history of the area
The Oranjezicht story begins back in 1708, when a Swiss immigrant named Nicolaus Laubscher purchased land to farm at the base of the mountain, and named it "Oranjezicht" in honour of the...
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