Time to go down the property rabbit hole, and we may as well dream big.
Plett is a very popular holiday home destination for Capetonians, although I’d suggest anybody buying this gem moves there permanently.
The six-bedroom, seven-bathroom, roughly 6 400 m² property offers “world-class picture-perfect views across the gardens to the lagoon, the Keurbooms River, and the Tsitsikamma mountains beyond”.
In this instance, unlike a listing that talks about a ‘fixer-upper’ which is actually in a total state of disrepair, the description is accurate.
Here’s more from the Property24 write-up, as well as some images:
Luxurious in appointment, with high quality Italian tiled floors and stylish features throughout, the superb high ceilings and splendid open spaces only add to its enormous appeal.
Sublime formal and family living rooms, an open-plan kitchen, magnificent terraces, spacious lawned gardens, and a 14 metre swimming pool.
This very private property consists of a sumptuous Cape Georgian house and a separate cottage alongside, which were designed by renowned South African architect, Martin Rattray…
The extent of this property also invites guest house possibilities, and ultimately, if rezoned, could be a discreet, but magnificent boutique hotel.
Some of the more lavish touches include a gym/games room/fifth bedroom on the lower level, with an en-suite shower and steam sauna:
There’s also a fitted wine cellar:
I’m not entirely sure you’ll want to open the wine and drink it down there, given that this view is on tap:
Rustle up 10% of the R63,9 million asking price (R6,39 million), and snag a 20-year bond at 7%, and you’re looking at monthly repayments around the R445 000 mark.
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