A beautifully old house designed in 1904 situated on the slopes of Table Mountain in the lovely suburb of Oranjezicht in Cape Town. The house is over 100 years old and a National Monument! Its location is very convenient, close to many restaurants. The city centre is only a short distance away and the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront just a bit further on.
The house is typical of the much admired Colonial Style period. With typical Herbert Baker hallmarks of white-painted plaster finish, timber colonnaded verandah, Marseilles tiled roof and decorative plaster gables.
The location in Oranjezicht, on the foot of Table Mountain, is exceptionally convenient. Verandahs and garden provide views of Table Mountain and the city, while the upstairs bedrooms look out at the dramatic sweep of Table Bay.
There is a sparkling pool and beautiful herb garden in which to relax and enjoy our stunning views.