Nestled in between a landscaped garden and verdant vineyard this beautiful home exemplifies craftsmanship, excellent functionality and attention to detail, the property provides for harmonious interaction with nature capturing the views of the Stellenbosch mountain range and the peace and tranquillity of the countryside whilst being a mere 10 minutes’ drive from the centre of Stellenbosch.
The gracious and intimate manor house comprises of an entrance hall, living room with a wood burning fireplace, dining room with chandelier and fixed dining room table with granite supported base for extended family, country style modern kitchen with separate scullery and laundry and a study leading to a double garage and wine storage. The master bedroom has a his and hers dressing area, full en suite bathroom and a small gym, a pyjama lounge and two further en-suite bedrooms are located on the first floor. The large veranda which is covered in vines gives way to a large pub opening up onto a sparkling pool and barbeque area with pizza oven joining onto the side of the kitchen. Next to the pool area is a neat shed suitable for motor home, recreation vehicles and boats, it can also serve as a venue as it is equipped with ablutions and side and main entrance doors that open onto the garden areas.
In addition, there are two separate one bedroom flats with dining room, kitchen and bathroom, four under cover parking and a 50 KVA generator that starts automatically supplying enough power to continue undisturbed during supply failures.
The approximate 3 ha of Merlot vineyard is meticulously kept and delivers grapes to cellars. The property has a Theewaterskloof water allocation that supplies ample water for irrigation and is supplemented by a borehole.
All of this is located in one of Stellenbosch’s finest locations.
The asking price excludes VAT at 15% and no Transfer Duty will apply
Founded in 1679 by Simon van der Stel, Govenor of the Cape, much taken by its beauty. This broad and fertile valley is an ideal location for a settlement. Stellenbosch (Van der Stel's bush) is the second oldest town in South Africa and is undoubtedly the most scenic and historically preserved.
Stellenbosch had become known as the 'town of oaks'. Oak lined streets next to water furrows complement the many fine...
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