ONE OF NOORDHOEK'S PRIMEST POSITIONSThis characterful and original Noordhoek family home faces North and overlooks the Noordhoek Common with its peacefully grazing horses and magnificent mountain amphitheatre. It's a leisurely 5 minute stroll to the Noordhoek Farm Village for fresh croissants and coffee. Perfectly positioned in a beautiful and mature half-acre garden, it's a serene and private haven with a naturally filtered pool, thatched lapa, fresh organic veggie garden and orchard planted with a variety of fruit and nut bearing trees and a spacious 2 room work-from-home studio. A seasonal stream runs alongside the property, which is also the permanent home of a pair of nesting Cape Eagle Owls. Rates are around R2,821pm.Downstairs accommodation comprises an entrance hall, formal lounge, dining room, farmhouse kitchen and laundry, a comfortable study, guest loo, and spacious and charming family room opening to the garden and natural pool. Upstairs there's a super spacious main bedroom with dressing room and full ensuite bathroom, 2 further double bedrooms - one with a delightful patio overlooking the garden and pool- and a family bathroom. There are also 2 automated garages, plenty of extra parking, a borehole, water storage tanks holding 20,000 litres and a small domestic quarters.The Noordhoek Valley is one of Cape Town's most treasured destinations. It lies just below Chapman's Peak on the west coast of the Peninsula, approximately 35 km South of Cape Town and is best known for its rural atmosphere, its magnificent setting and its spectacular West-facing views across the pristine seven kilometer Long Beach to the South Atlantic rollers. A horse lovers' paradise, Noordhoek is a tranquil green oasis - the integrity of which is passionately guarded and protected by local residents and active local conservancy and environmental protection groups. It has a delightful village atmosphere and offers a wide range of World class facilities such as surfing, cycling, hiking, art routes, eateries, farm stalls, coffee shops and some of South Africa's very best live music. It is home to the well respected Cape Point Vineyards and the five star De Noordhoek boutique hotel as well as a range of delightful local pubs such as The Toad, Café Roux and Skebengas. It has two interesting and very 'un-commercial' centres - The Red Herring Trading Centre and The Noordhoek Farm Village which has a delightful relaxed atmosphere, offers five star fine dining, a popular farmstall eaterie, the Village Roast barista and numerous art, tack and other utility shops. The Noordhoek Valley embodies country living at its very finest and has the advantage of granting easy access to a wide range of sophisticated local amenities such as top class schools, the renowned Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, the Cape Point Nature Reserve, Cape Town's city centre and Waterfront, the Cape Town International airport and the exclusive South Western Cape wine farms.