8 Bedroom House in Wilderness
R 11 670 000
Lew Geffen Sotheby’s International Realty-Wilderness
8 Bedroom House in Wilderness
R 11 670 000Can I afford this?
Sensuous Private Retreat in the Wilderness Lakes Area, in the Heart of the Garden Route. Magnificent sunsets and sunrises on this spectacular north facing property surrounded by nature.
Enter this gated, approximately 10 hectare (former pine plantation) property by a sweeping 600 metre driveway through your own private forest. The Zen-styled main residence of this prime property overlooks the Langvlei and also has views of Rondevlei and Swartvlei. The double volume dwelling is light and bright and the interior décor is European styling, with minimalist feel, and gleaming, solid Rhodesian Teak flooring. The many high level windows allow sunlight to stream in during the day and enables romantic starlight at night. The open plan kitchen with Caesar Stone tops and wide gas oven plus separate utility room which accommodates four machines, the pantry and linen cupboards, are an absolute treat. The inter-leading reception areas have a practical flow and the central log fireplace ensures heating throughout for those chilly winter evenings. The bar area features a wine cupboard and an all weather indoor braai. The master bedroom and the guest bedroom both have en suite wet room style bathrooms with bidets. A separate guest loo/shower room is centrally situated for convenience. All of the north rooms have stack doors which lead out to the expansive Rhodesian Teak deck featuring a jacuzzi. The four air conditioning units provide cooling in summer and heating in winter. All windows have tinted glass which cuts down 60% of heat and glare but does not compromise the stunning views to the outdoors in any way. The house has ADSL, Wi-Fi, a Satellite dish for DSTV and the sound system is piped. Numerous down-lights set the internal ambience and the driveway lights are on a day/night sensor switch. The property is secured by a burglar alarm system which is linked to Chubbs armed response.
There is a 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom double storey guest suite on the property which has heating and cooling air conditioning. There are 2 carports. This cottage has ADSL and Wi-Fi. There is also a one bedroom single storey cottage nearby. There is a fenced enclosure for pets between these units. This multi-purpose accommodation is ideal for a work from home set-up or can be let for extra income.
The large workshop is suitable for doing woodwork or various other types of work or hobbies an entrepreneur may have, there is a separate office section too. The staff quarters with full bathroom, 3 storage rooms, generator room plus 6 X 10 000L water tanks are added bonuses. The borehole pumps 3000L per hour of drinkable water. The property has 3 phase electricity and the 30 KBA generator has an auto switch-over to the entire property.
Large marquee on property with picturesque views - ideal set-up for a country wedding venue or large function.
The property is idyllically situated 5 minutes drive from the beach, 25km from George and a mere 9km east of the Wilderness Village with its trendy selection of restaurants, shops and amenities. Nearby, natural attractions include the Kaaimans River Pass and Dolphins Point, kilometres of unspoiled white and golden beaches with the Touw River estuary, the Wilderness National Park and scenic drives that can only be described as spectacular. Close by is Island Lake which is a popular water sports venue. Wilderness is the only place between the Cape and P.E. where the N2 runs directly next to the Indian Ocean with direct access from the N2 to the beach. Wilderness is a micro cosmos as well as window of the Garden Route for local inhabitants as well as visitors. 5 km away is the recently completed upmarket Views Boutique Hotel & Spa, popular Sails Seaside Restaurant and the Pearl of Wilderness Hotel and Spa. The Garden Route has spectacular mountains, hills and Nature Reserve. The coast is punctuated by several estuaries, rich in scenic beauty and bird life. The Wilderness Lakes area is unique in Southern Africa and the Garden Route. It retains the major portion of the countrys remaining indigenous forests and the unique Fynbos that covers the mountain ranges and foothills. The Garden Route is an outdoor sportsmans paradise, the climate is temperate with most hours of sunshine and the least wind of any South African coastal region. There are various trails and walks in the vicinity for nature-lovers and popular fishing spots for the keen fisherman. Golf courses and other recreational opportunities abound and offer many varied choices. The Garden Route Mall, with abundant shops and cinemas, is 17km away and the George airport is 29km away.