As you exit the elevator on the exclusive penthouse floor, arresting views of the mountain, city, harbour (and even the impressive 2010 World Cup Football Stadium) greet you before you even enter the apartment....
Spykerklip is an upper level apartment and our deluxe accommodation, boasting an en-suite main bedroom with an infinity view overlooking the ocean and 2 bedrooms overlooking the Kogelberg mountain range....
Villa Constantia is a beautiful and luxurious home in Constantia. It is one of the original homesteads in Constantia. It comprises of 4 bedrooms with 4 bathrooms - all spacious and beautifully furnished (one bedroom has twin beds)....
Situated less than 100m from the beach
Within easy walking distance of Camps Bay
4 Bathrooms en-suite
Separate toilet and shower plus guest toilet
Open plan lounge/diningroom with sea views
TV Room with DSTV and DVD
Outdoor dining table and sun loungers
Within easy walking distance to Camps Bay...
What ever you need can be found all over the country. From plumbers to pool tables.
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