A look at the most expensive property in Cape Town’s Southern Suburbs – with a price tag of R107 million

 ·22 Mar 2024

House Zai, the most expensive property in Cape Town’s Southern Suburbs, is on the market at R107 million.

According to Seeff, the property, located in the Bel Ombre Estate in Constantia, is being sold for the first time.

Francois Venter from Seeff said that properties above the R100 million market are rare to find.

The ultra-modern home, which Stefan Antoni designed from SAOTA, was built by a Belgian master builder to European standards of finishing, insulation, energy efficiency, and eco-friendliness.

The house itself is 1,407 sqm, and it is set on 2 acres (8,094 sqm) of land with north-facing views of Constantiaberg.

There are six bedrooms, including a main suite, two guest suites, and an additional guest apartment with a living area, kitchen, private entrance, and garden.

The interior comes with a fully imported Bulthaup kitchen, Schüco windows and sliding doors, and double-glazed fenestration imported from Belgium. The Roche Robois furniture is also available for purchase.

The property is entirely off-grid for water and electricity, featuring a full-solar installation.

There is also an airtight security system, with an advanced alarm system, biometric access, electric shutters to isolate the ground floor in an emergency, CCTV surveillance, and robust perimeter fencing.

Additional features include high-speed fibre connectivity and a home office with seating for up to six people.

Images of the property can be found below:



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