Boskloof Eco Estate offers with 24-hour security, a guard house and electric fencing.
A thatched home in an exclusive eco estate will go under the Michael James Organisation hammer in an urgent disposal auction on May 29.
“This would suit those who love entertaining. The home has magnificent views of False Bay,” says auction house director Samantha James.
Located at 61 Granite Close, Boskloof Eco Estate in Somerset West, the double-storey 342m² home is on a 1348m² plot.
The ground floor includes a spacious bedroom with an en-suite bathroom.
The living room is upstairs, opening to a balcony with views of False Bay. Also upstairs is an open-plan kitchen and separate scullery.
The undercover patio has a built-in braai and a pizza oven, and the pool deck has a Jacuzzi.
Three of the four bedrooms are upstairs. The home also offers a a gym, a study area, and a manageable garden with a koi pond and pool.
Boskloof Eco Estate offers with 24-hour security, a guard house and electric fencing. It attracts wild birds and small buck, and has fynbos and other vegetation.
“The area also offers good access to Cape Town International Airport and the Cape Town city centre.”
The auction will be held on site at 11.15am on May 29. Viewing will be between 2pm and 4pm on May 26.
For more details, see www.michaeljames.co.za, web ref. #4146, or call the Michael James Organisation offices on 0218517007.