You will be close to the all the attractions of the city centre but far enough away to enjoy plenty of peace and quiet.
Tucked into a wind-free corner of Table Mountain's lower slopes, the 3-bedroom villa has amazing gardens and a private swimming pool that promises lazy afternoons in the sun. Modern, clean lines dominate while Afro-chic décor creates an elegant yet comfortable atmosphere. Surrounded by greenery, magnificent timber decks seem to float above an emerald tropical forest, with the sound of trickling water adding to the peaceful ambience.
Only a few minutes away from the Table Mountain Cableway, 33 Higgo Crescent is also well sited for easy access to Camps Bay and the Clifton beaches on the one side, and the humming restaurants and clubs of Cape Town's city centre and the V&A Waterfront on the other.
|Location||Cape Town City Centre|
|Service||Housekeeper off-site, servicing frequently|
“A great villa for guests who would like to experience something a little bit different. Hidden away in the lush forest of Higgovale, this gorgeous villa offers clients a tranquil escape from the hustle and bustle of every day life. The wooden deck opens up into the forest so you have complete privacy.”Christine Mischker, Africa Villas Expert
Tranquilly secluded in one of Cape Town's most famously wind-free enclaves, this exclusive villa exudes sophisticated elegance and charm. Spacious, stylishly-furnished living spaces embrace beautiful garden views through floor-to-ceiling sliding doors while large high windows bathe the cool interior in light.
For those with an eye for architecture, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Falling Water comes to mind as you walk out onto wide wooden decks that seemingly float over a tropical forest of lush vegetation and a small, babbling brook. Animal hide carpets and deep-set leather couches echo accents of Africa with thoughtfully chosen art pieces creating a homely feel.
One of Cape Town’s most exclusive city neighbourhoods, Higgovale is situated at the foot of Table Mountain with equally easy access to both the city centre and the beautiful beaches of Camps Bay and Clifton. Vibrant Kloof Street, where you will find bustling restaurants, sophisticated sidewalk cafés and fashionable boutiques, is a short walk away as is eclectic Long Street, full of African markets, modern delis and night-time bars, pubs and clubs.
It is also just a short drive to the V&A Waterfront for a shopping expedition and an unforgettable trip to Robben Island to soak up some of South Africa's captivating history.
Set in one of Cape Town's quieter environs, 33 Higgo Crescent is ideal for families and groups of friends who want to combine Cape Town's bright lights and beaches with a secluded home from home.
Cape Town between November and March is a time of long, hot summer days and warm, cocktail-sipping nights. Spend lazy days on stunning, world-class beaches such as Clifton and Camps Bay or toast the setting sun from the deck of a yacht as you cruise the coastline. The peak season months of December and January see the most crowded beaches but visitor numbers drop appreciably in still-hot February and March.
The cool, rainy winter and early spring months from June to October experience long dry spells and are perfect for exploring the city’s many attractions – discover museums, the Two Oceans Aquarium and African craft markets before heading out to the Cape Winelands to enjoy some of South Africa’s finest vintages in beautiful alpine settings.
The spacious, fully-equipped kitchen flows effortlessly into the living and dining areas; its gleaming white breakfast bar perfect for family meals.
Designed to enhance the magnificent garden view, the master bedroom is a luxurious and sensual abode. Large glass sliding doors open out on to a private timber deck that seems to disappear into the garden beyond. Stylish loungers offer the perfect place to relax in the sun-dappled shade and listen to birdsong.
The villa's two light and airy guest bedrooms have stunning views of the garden and pool. Plush carpeting and under-floor heating provide comfort on cool evenings.
A spacious en suite bathroom accompanies the master bedroom, complete with Jacuzzi bath and twin basin set. The remaining two guest bedrooms share a bathroom with a shimmering mosaic-tiled bath and large rain shower.
Contemporary, open-plan living areas connect seamlessly throughout the house to create constant flow. A beautiful 10-seater wooden dining table takes centre stage in the dining area while sumptuous leather couches and stylish Afro-chic décor give the living area elegant appeal.
The villa's manicured garden and timber-decked pool area greet guests on arrival. A shaded entrance patio with stylish loungers is the perfect place to enjoy a traditional South African barbecue known as a ‘braai’.
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