A look at the R250 million ‘beach bungalow’ up for sale in South Africa – with its own luxury car lift

 ·1 Dec 2023

A R250 million house in Bakoven, Cape Town, is on the market.

According to RE/MAX Living, the 5-bedroom, 3-level property is one of the most prestigious “beach bungalows” in Bakoven. It is also situated in a 6-house cul-de-sac, which ensures privacy.

The property – designed by the VDMMA (Van der Merwe Miszewski Architects) architectural firm – features an exterior with hand-carved solid granite decorating the walls.

The ground floor has an open-plan kitchen, lounge, and dining area that goes into a Garapa wooden deck, which features views of the 12 Apostles Mountain Range and the Atlantic Ocean.

The lounge also has a biofuel fireplace, whilst the kitchen has a granite island, three integrated ovens and an automatic coffee machine.

There is also an adjacent scullery filled with skylights, which leads to an outside area with washing lines and an outdoor prep pool. The living area also flows onto a small garden where one can soak up the views.

The ground floor also features an office/fifth bedroom, while the top floor has four en-suite bedrooms with balconies. The main bedroom has a dressing area, a full bathroom, and an art studio or exclusive TV room.

Notably, the property features a 4-post hydraulic car lift that can transport vehicles to the 200 sqm basement, which can be accessed from street level.

The basement can hold four to six cars, whilst there are three public parking bays outside the property.

The basement also has laundry/staff quarters, a bathroom with a toilet and shower, a workbench, two saniflows, a heat pump and a utility room.

The property also comes with a 12kva inverter and solar installation powered by 17 solar panels, which can produce 17kw of energy for the house.

It also features four x 1,000-liter water tanks that can be connected to the borehole.

In terms of security, the property also has lockable American security shutters, cameras, motion sensors, and an intercom system.

Images of the property can be found below:

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