Pam Golding has launched its digital edition of Exquisite, its collection of some of the most prestigious properties in South Africa.
According to the real estate specialist, the luxury property market is showing encouraging signs of growing activity, “and it is also at its most competitive pricing in over a decade”.
The realtor has a number of luxury properties listed as for sale, ranging between R9 million and R59 million, but also includes a number of high-value rentals stretching as far as R330,000 per month.
Of the home listings, there are four that stand out in the R30 million range, which shows what prospective home owners can expect in major luxury property markets around the country.
This includes upmarket areas in Cape Town, Sandton, Pretoria and along the Garden Route.
Mooikloof, Pretoria – R29.99 million
Dubbed “The Castle”, this property in the upmarket Mooikloof Equestrian Estate is well known in the region.
“Built to the true French standards and style, the the well known architect Enrico Daffonchio, showed again why he is a master in his profession. The spectacular design is an authentic representation of the reputable French landmark, the Chatteuax Pichon-Longueville, in the Bordeaux region of France,” Pam Golding said.
The house is surrounded by more than 13,000 square meters of garden, and offers a total of eight bedrooms, eight bathrooms and a host of other features.
Plettenberg Bay, Garden Route – R29.98 million
For the asking price of just under R30 million, you could own your own 28 hectare island in Keurbooms, Plettenburg.
This includes the housing facilities, a private beach and a private game reserve.
Pam Golding says that the property, Stanley Island, is the only private island in the country, and is home to thriving wildlife including bushbuck, zebra, genets, grysbok and otters.
“Access to the island for guests is by ferry, boat, airplane or helicopter. The current facilities can accommodate 20 guests, The island is perfectly positioned to explore the Garden Route, Plettenberg Bay, Natures Valley & Knysna and a wonderful base for water sports, fishing, lazing on the beach or lounging in a hammock beneath the leafy Milkwoods,” it said.
Baronetsy Estate, Cape Town – R29.8 million
Known for being one of the most expensive property markets in the country, Cape Town has some excellent offerings that are on-par with other luxury markets globally.
This three-storey, five bedroom, five bathroom home offers everything in the way of luxury – with the addition of a heated pool and 24-hour security.
“Sprawling over three full floors, this magnificent residence offers 1060sqm of the finest living. The façade and interiors have been finished with immaculate attention-to-detail. Seamless polished marble flooring, refined wood and shutter concrete all combine to deliver a distinguished style and level of excellence,” Pam Golding said.
Inanda, Sandton – R28 million
The asking price for this luxury home in Sandton is R35 million, but offers start at R28 million.
The property offers four bedrooms and four bathrooms, and opts for ultra modern stylings and finishings throughout.