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R 4 990 000 (290 962 EUR*)

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± 1065 m2
± 350m2
R 3500  / m
R 500  / m

Property Features
Access Gate
Built In Cupboards
Dining Room
Entrance Hall
Garden
Kitchen
Lounge
Main Ensuite
Patio
Paving
Pets Allowed
Pool

Stellenbosch comes to Morningside! A hidden gem tucked away in a quiet, private enclave!

VIEW BY APPOINTMENT ONLY - DUE TO COVID, FOR EVERYONE’S SAFETY, PLEASE CALL THE AGENT IN ADVANCE TO ARRANGE YOUR PRIVATE VIEWING FOR THIS SUNDAY, 17 OCTOBER 2021.

PLEASE NOTE THAT WEEKDAY VIEWINGS ARE ALSO AVAILABLE.
Please note that strict COVID-19 Protocols will be adhered to.

This magnificent, Georgian-style, cluster-like home, designed by Dutch architect, Menno Meinesz, boasts 3 spacious bedrooms and 2 bathrooms (MES). Enter into an expansive entrance hall leading to reception rooms and a magnificent covered patio overlooking the pool and manicured garden. The kitchen is spacious with lovely windows and shutters looking onto a courtyard. All the rooms have beautiful, large, Georgian wooden windows, shutters and doors. Staff accommodation and garaging for 2 cars with ample extra parking. JOJO water tank and fibre. Situated in a quiet, private, secure, gated enclave.

Doors, windows and shutters recycled from the demolished, elegant Disa House seminary (near the Mount Nelson Hotel) in Cape Town.

Perfect location, walking distance to the Sandton Synagogue and a stone's throw to Sandton CBD, The Morningside Shopping Centre, French- and Redhill Schools and Crawford College.

Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of this listing, we cannot be held responsible for any errors/omissions which may occur.

  • Fibre
  • JOJO water tank
  • Georgian-style home
  • Walking distance to the Sandton Shul
  • Designed by Dutch architect, Menno Meinesz
  • Close to Sandton, The French School and Crawford School
  • Large, wooden windows, shutters and doors from Spier Wine Farm


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