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Friday Sep 07, 2012

Three property agencies appointed to market 'Enigma' mansion

Three estate agencies have been mandated to sell the Enigma mansion in Camps Bay, currently listed at R300 million.

The owner, a billionaire foreign businessman, has awarded a shared mandate to Anne Porter Knight Frank, Jawitz Properties and Lew Geffen Sotheby's International Realty, and is obviously hoping that their combined - or competitive - efforts will bring a swift result.

The 7000sqm land sits under Lions Head and the Twelve Apostles and overlooks the Atlantic Ocean.

Apart from four reception rooms, four bedroom suites, a massage room, gym and sauna and cinem there is also a guest cottage, staff cottage, an artist's studio, a teahouse, as well as an Olympic-size swimming pool and garaging for six vehicles.

The interior finishes include imported wall coverings, draperies, rugs and antique fittings.

The mansion has also been wired with technology, including a security system with 36 cameras and a panic room.

Sotheby's Press Release

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