It’s that time of the day where we imagine we are stinkin’ rich, folks.
Real estate agency Private Property have revealed their 10 most expensive houses currently on the market, and no prizes for guessing that Cape Town’s Atlantic Seaboard features prominently.
A recent report showed that nine of the country’s 10 most expensive suburbs are located in Cape Town, although it’s a R185 million gem in Fresnaye that tops the list.
Information below via Business Tech, with the price clicking through to each listing:
7-bedroom house in Fresnaye – R185 million
The most expensive property currently listed on Private Property is this villa built on the slopes of Lion’s Head.
The plot includes two swimming pools, a formal lounge with a fire place, and seven bedrooms – all en-suite.
Other features include a gym, domestic quarters, as well as security guard office, three garages and additional parking for seven cars.
5-bedroom house in Clifton – R150 million
The property includes a Zen-like garden set against the mountain and a private pool deck.
Additional features include elevator access to all floors, a cinema room, a gym and fully automated curtains and blinds.
6-bedroom house in Clifton – R145 million
This home can be found in Nettleton Road, which is reputed to be the most expensive and most sought-after street in Africa, according to Private Property.
Designed by South African architect, Stefan Antoni, features in this 6-bedroom house (all en-suite) include a library, private cinema, wine cellar, gym, massage room and private steam room.
4-bedroom house in Fresnaye – R125 million
Another Fresnaye home, the property features its own personal olive grove.
Designed for entertaining, it also boasts multiple entertainment decks, patios, bars and six reception rooms.
Other features include a wine cellar, bar area and steam room.
8-bedroom house in Houghton Estate – R110 million
Known as the ‘Gatsby Mansion’, this home in Houghton has eight bedrooms and several living and dining rooms.
It also features its own private nightclub, a spa, a library, a gymnasium, boardroom/conference facilities and both indoor and outdoor pools.
Just snuck one in there, Jozi.
From next week I cut out all the avo on toast, and property mogul status beckons.
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