The modern architecture, design and appointments make this house quite special. Light was a major consideration during its conception.
Large windows, the generously dimensioned layout and understated finishes allow for space to breathe and focus attention on the essence of
this property. The property borders on the Stellenbosch Nature Reserve with its multitude of hiking and mountain bike trails and small buck visiting at dusk. This property at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac with unmatched views, overlooking Stellenbosch, False bay and Table mountain
Architect prof Bannie Britz, then head of UFS School of Architecture, used mahogany and wall-nut wood and marble tiles through out the house. The living area is highly impressive with a luxury interior. The open plan kitchen features a cooking island with top class appliances and solid Walnut wood cupboards and furnishings. Furthermore a dining room, study/office, TV room, 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, double garage, pool and luscious garden with various indigenous trees and park like ambiance complete this property. The house was eventually renovated to be in harmony with Britz's original design intent.
Back up water by means of a 5 000 litre water tank as well as underground water is available. The new owner will need to bore for water and connect to the existing pump. A heat pump system on geysers with connected pipes for solar panels.