Unequalled privacy in this very neat family home nestled amidst tall forest trees at the foot of Table Mountain. Feel the light streaming in from huge windows throughout the home. Solidly built from floor to ceiling with gleaming wood floors, this gem entertains easily from the bright modern kitchen into the open-plan dining room and lounge.
Bask lazily in the sunny pool surrounded by established trees and bird song, knowing that you are completely secluded. The three bedrooms and two beautifully modernized bathrooms are privately separate from the living areas. Upstairs there is an office or teenager pad with a large window allowing lots of light. The laundry room is separate and has space for extra storage. The guest loo is conveniently situated near the front door.
Imagine stepping into your very own forest or living naturally without the sounds of urban life. The location of this home is special and truly part of the Table Mountain Nature Reserve. Come live quietly in nature.
Right on your doorstep there is easy access via Van Riebeeck Park to Platteklip Gorge, the oldest, quickest and easiest of the various hiking routes up Table Mountain which is part of the Table Mountain National Park, a unique and urban Western Cape Nature Reserve stretching all the way from Signal Hill to the legendary Cape of Good Hope, encompassing magnificent valleys, bays and beaches.
A short stroll to the Oranjezicht City Farm on the corner of Upper Orange and Sidmouth Avenue, Will's Cafe on Montrose Avenue and De Waal Park - a haven for dog lovers. There are also a choice of schools in the vicinity including St Cyprians, Herzlia, Deutsche Schule Kapstadt and Jan van Riebeeck. A short drive away from the Gardens Centre, the much loved Spar on Derry Street and Deer Park Cafe, Woodlands Eatery, Con Brio Bistro and many more on Derry Street.