The Republic of Hout Bay is a mighty fine place to lay one’s head.
A shoutout to everyone who braved Kronendal Pub’s famous ‘Thirsty Thursdays’ of the early 2000s, with the venue since transformed into international brand Deus Ex Machina’s first African franchise.
Let’s assume, for the purpose of digging around the bay’s most expensive listing on Property24, that you have R36 million and are looking to lay it down.
The good news is that you’re getting nine bedrooms for your buck, a beautiful koi pond, your own functional veggie garden, and a whole lot more:
This “one of a kind” home exudes class and rises above the rest in respect of its design, internal and external flow and its unique setting.
Designed to maximise its easy flow, the property displays elements of timber, glass, steel and with the soft setting that mother nature adds.
Surrounded by majestic mountains and set in nature with its mature trees, this home enjoys an abundance of sunlight and absolutely gorgeous mountain views.
Rather than rifle through more photos, let’s take a video tour of the property:
You may have noticed that bridge towards the end, which is private, and leads onto an additional level garden area.
Don’t mind if I do.
If you’ve fallen on hard times, there’s also a seven-bedroom gem on the market for R22 million.
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