Architect Michele Sandilands has designed homes of character and comfort, with each exhibiting attention to detail and a sensitivity to its historic context.
The redevelopment of Wytham Estate in leafy Upper Kenilworth will offer a range of luxurious, character-rich residences ideally located on a 122-year-old landmark estate.
A fusion of old and new, this exclusive garden estate sits on 7 000m² of manicured green sanctuary in a secure enclave, and comprises 20 homes: six luxury apartments in the beautifully restored Highwick manor house surrounded by 14 Wytham Mews homes.
Architect Michele Sandilands has designed homes of character and comfort, with each exhibiting attention to detail and a sensitivity to its historic context. Carefully considered overarching design elements and the linear nature of the London-style mews homes enable 3 500m2 of communal property to remain open for residents’ enjoyment.
Manor apartments retain original aspects of the home, but with modern, state-of-the-art amenities. One- and two-bedroom luxury apartments, complete with patios, balconies or garden areas, are priced from R3.495 million to R8.995m.
The mews-style homes, situated above the underground parking area, offer magnificent and uninterrupted public and private interfaces over the tranquil garden surrounds, designed for all ages by landscape architect Francesca Watson, in conjunction with developers AVIEW.
Sold on a plot-and-plan basis, these homes consist of three- and four-bedroom homes priced from R10.98m, including VAT, and a 603m², five-bedroom, five-and-a-half bathroom luxury residence complete with underground wine cellar and cinema, eat-in kitchen and spacious loft.
Offers are available on properties in phase one.