Cape properties in prime locations in latest South African offering
Among a wide range of appealing properties being offered on the digital platform on 26 February is a three-level family home in Vermont, bordering a green belt area just 10 minutes from Hermanus, with spectacular views of Walker Bay. This prime-located property has an opening bid of R5 million.
In walking distance of the beach, the home includes a large, cooled wine cellar, games room, study, staff quarters and double automated garage with direct access, plus additional parking for four to six vehicles.
The middle floor includes huge open plan living areas, kitchen and scullery, and large indoor fireplace, plus spacious patios, under roof outside braai area, outdoor shower, flatlet with kitchenette, bedroom, bathroom, patio and own outside entrance, while the top floor includes the main bedroom en suite, huge games room, three spacious bedroooms, plus two bathrooms.
MC du Toit, CEO of BidX1 South Africa, outlines some further highlights:
“Other highly appealing homes on offer include a beautifully renovated home in Tre Donne equestrian country estate in sought after Somerset West in the Cape Winelands with an opening bid of R2.5 million.
In the exclusive Val de Vie Estate located between Stellenbosch, Paarl and Franschhoek in the Cape Winelands, there is a spacious plot on offer with an opening bid of R1.2 million. This 891sqm plot borders green space, streams and walkways with a dam just a stone’s throw away. Situated on the R301, Val de Vie is a secure, luxury, residential and outdoor lifestyle estate. The property is being sold with a full set of HOA approved building plans which includes irrigation as per the estate bylaws.”
In Vredehoek in Cape Town’s City Bowl, a spacious 163sqm top-floor apartment in a small block of only three units lists an opening bid of R3.5 million. The two-bedroom apartment has a double volume foyer, large entertainment area leading onto a balcony with views of Table Mountain and Devils Peak, chef-style kitchen, second balcony with views of Lions Head, Signal Hill and the harbour, store area and a secure off-street parking bay.
With community amenities such as parks, restaurants, cafes, a library and access to walking trails, Vredehoek has been going through an urban revival as older blocks of flats are being replaced or upgraded to high-quality apartments.
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