Brand new on the market, this is the ideal property for an executive couple or a small family. Perfectly ready to occupy or to take to the next level of sophistication.
The 3-4 bedroom home is also perfectly suited to those who wish to have enough room to work from home but are also seeking a lock-up and go home, with all the benefits and privacy of a standalone house. It is a rare property, which, although on the more compact side, really offers everything one would expect of an upmarket Atlantic Seaboard home.
The property has a sleek and modern layout, where the living and entertainment areas all open out onto decks, or a patio, or onto the garden.
The interior offers lovely glimpses of the ocean and is surrounded by the beautiful Oriental-inspired, private and very sheltered garden.
Summer and winter living are equally comfortable in this home. Lovers of entertaining, will find their guests are pleasantly impressed by the yin and the yang of the property. The north facing sunny pool deck aspect is offset by the shady, water garden, both of which flow effortlessly off of the living areas.
A family with a teenager or those regularly hosting guests, would be very comfortable in this space too. The 2 downstairs bedrooms, or 1 plus a very large comfy study, are on the same level as the living area. Upstairs one finds two more magnificent en-suite bedrooms, with access to a large terrace, boasting lovely sea views and sunsets.
All the usual modern facilities are available, including a double garage and two off-street parkings, a storeroom, or small staffroom (with shower and loo), solar power installation, which provides hot water throughout and also provides electricity for some of the large appliances and keeps the pool pump running.
This property is pet-friendly for dogs and cats will be in their element here.
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The affluent suburb of Fresnaye can trace its roots back to the early 1800s when it was an estate of 200 acres, boasting vineyards and orchards that led to it being called “A garden of Eden” by the residents of the time.Learn More