A look at the R75 million house for sale in South Africa – once owned by a banking CEO

 ·26 Jan 2024

The home of former African Bank CEO Leon Kirkinis in Rooi Els, Western Cape is currently on the market for R75 million.

Property.CoZa said that the four-bedroom property – known as Die Punt – is situated on 10,400 sqm of private land within the Kogelberg nature reserve, with views of the mountains, beaches, boulders, and sea views.

It has two levels of living space, with ocean views on three sides on the upper level and dune views on three sides on the lower level.

It also features a Grapa wooden deck and ceilings, a saltwater pool, and frameless sliding doors, allowing for “seamless indoor-outdoor living,” Property.CoZa said.

The roughly 800 sqm of living space features natural stone and concrete floors. The kitchen comes with Smeg appliances and wine fridges.

The library is adorned with reclaimed wood from reclaimed wood from a 1720 Constantia farmhouse, while there are also three free-standing ceramic Japanese-style fireplaces and a wine cellar.

The garage has space for four cars. In terms of safety, there are automated gates and an alarm system, while the access gates and fencing are made from CorTen steel.

The property also features advanced technology, including:

  • One master key for access,
  • High safety glass,
  • A diesel-powered generator,
  • Touch-screen computer-linked switches, and
  • And an easy-flow cooling system.

Images of the property can be found below:

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