Elegantly furnished in a contemporary-chic style, the villa's three spacious bedrooms and a private pool/Jacuzzi offer luxurious comforts while a roof-top terrace commands incredible mountain and ocean views.
Located at the heart of one of Cape Town’s most fashionable neighbourhoods, 61 Loader Street is perfectly situated to explore the area on foot: wander along the cobbled streets of the old Bo-Kaap slave quarters or relax at one of the many corner cafés and watch the world pass by. It is, however, just a short drive to Cape Town's top attractions such as the V&A Waterfront, Table Mountain and the popular city beaches of Clifton and Camps Bay.
|Service||Housekeeper off-site, servicing frequently|
|Property Type||Semi-detached House|
“The roof-top deck is an incredible entertainment area for a BBQ and dip in the plunge pool.”Christine Mischker, Africa Villas Expert
Modern, elegant décor and muted natural tones combine to create a chic and comfortable ambience at 61 Loader. Rich textures of marble, wood and stone echo an African appeal while large sliding doors frame beautiful views and flood interior spaces with natural light. Cosy courtyards offer perfect places to escape with a book and the villa's roof terrace embraces exquisite 360-degree views.
Set on the lower slopes of Signal Hill with incredible views of Table Mountain and the city below, the village of De Waterkant is one of Cape Town’s retail and socialising hot spots. Cosmopolitan-cool by day with traders and travellers mingling on the cobbled streets, the neighbourhood comes alive at night with corner cafés, buzzing bars and busy restaurants overflowing on to the sidewalks. The ever-popular V&A Waterfront and Sea Point Promenade are each just a short drive away, as are two of the world’s most beautiful city beaches: Camps Bay and Clifton.
Ideal for families and groups of friends who want to experience Cape Town’s urban vibrancy at their own pace.
Cape Town's long, hot summer months run from November until March with temperatures and visitor numbers peaking in the December/January high season. March and April see milder days with less wind and far fewer visitors while the May to September winter months bring rainy, cooler weather. Do not discount the winter season though: its long periods of dry, sunny weather are the best time to explore the city’s many excellent museums or to head out of town for the Cape Winelands and rugged Whale Coast.
Private parking is available.
With natural light streaming into the cool interior through a small courtyard, the villa's small yet functional kitchen comes complete with modern amenities to ensure comfortable holiday living while an open-plan dining area promises easy entertaining.
Elegantly decorated in contemporary hues, the en suite master bedroom features a luxurious queen-sized bed dressed in percale linen and elegant furnishings. A private courtyard brightens the room and offers a secluded open-air sanctuary.
The second guest bedroom has a comfortable queen-sized bed while the third bedroom offers twin beds that can be converted into a double bed if required. All rooms have air conditioning.
Luxurious bathrooms with showers accompany each room.
Elegantly furnished, open-plan living spaces offer stylish comfort in this tri-level apartment. The lounge, kitchen and dining areas integrate smoothly and feature stylish, contemporary furniture. Smooth wooden flooring adds charm while an ornate fireplace in the lounge has cosy appeal.
An exclusive rooftop terrace offers magnificent 360-degree mountain and city views. A small patio with barbeque area promises stylish entertaining while a private plunge pool offers cool respite from the heat of a Cape Town summer. Dine by the light of a thousand twinkling city lights as you take in the view during an alfresco supper or a soak in the Jacuzzi.
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Jenieen Van Den Heever