Villa Emily   Bantry Bay, Cape Town, South Africa
6
Beds
5.0
Baths
Villa
Type
 
Upon Request

Description

Villa Emily offers a tranquil, minimalist environment in which to enjoy the stunning views of the Atlantic Seaboard below. Sweeping Views, Villa Emily is a premium six bedroom, five bathroom property, situated in upmarket and virtually wind free suburb of Bantry Bay. All bedrooms offer En-Suite Bathrooms with the master bedroom enjoying a duo rain shower. The kitchen is fully equipped, offering an industrial style kitchen, with all necessary appliances, espresso machine and large full scullery. The kitchen area is ideal for entertaining and would accommodate even the most creative of Chefs. On the lower level of the home, there is a cinema area which is ideal for entertaining family and friends. On the same level, the home also offers an indoor pool, ideal for exercising. The pool is flanked by a Jacuzzi for warm evenings indoors, however the lower area of the house offers floor to ceiling glass doors, giving the area indoor/outdoor flow. The home also offers lighting and curtain automation for convenience as well as featuring all modern conveniences that would be expected in a home of this caliber. Sweeping views is a home where even the most discerning guests will be able to relax in comfort and style, whilst maintaining close proximity to the city’s best eateries, boutiques and night life. The home offers parking for four vehicles and is exceptionally secure. The home is fully covered with a 24 hour guarded entrance, CCTV monitoring systems, electric fencing and is fully alarmed.


Features

  • Interior
  • Dining and Livingroom
  • Microwave
  • Nice Furniture
  • Refridgerator Full Size
  • Stove/Oven
  • TV
  • Wi-Fi
  • Exterior
  • Deck or Balcony
  • Garage
  • Jacuzzi Indoor
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Patio
  • Pool Indoor
  • Building
  • Fitness Center
  • Location
  • Suitability

Bantry Bay

The past, present and future fuse in perfect unison in Bantry town which nestles at the head of beautiful ancient Bantry Bay. With a history stretching back to Neolithic times when humans left their first imprints here in places like Killnaruane just off the old Rope Walk through to the tumultuous times of the French Armada and Theobald Wolfe Tone now commemorated in permanent form on Wolfe Tone Square, through the frenetic commercial mackerel and pilchard fisheries of the 19th and early 20th centuries to the busy modern cosmopolitan town with its fusion of modern and traditional streetscapes, Bantry town offers delights for all the senses.