Rawson Auctions Western Cape will on April 29 at noon auction a luxury three-bedroomed home in one of Cape Town’s most prestigious residential areas, Steenberg Estate in Constantia Valley.
The wine estate is now an upmarket golf estate with over 200 free-standing residential sites. “The elevated property is close to the slopes of the Silvermine mountains and has spectacular views of the False Bay coastline.
“Nearby are all the essential amenities, including top government and private schools, such as Reddam House. There is also a Virgin Active gym, hospitals, other medical facilities, shopping malls, the tourist attractions of the Constantia Wine Route, beaches and the Table Mountain reserve with its walking and cycling trails in the area,” comments Tanya Jovanovski, regional franchisee of Rawson.
“The estate offers residents access to a hotel, restaurants, a clubhouse with additional restaurant, function centre, library, conference facilities and a ‘halfway house’ on the golf course. It is securely protected with 24-hour guarded gates and armed patrols. All Steenberg Estate homes have direct access onto the fairway with its walkways amid mountain views and all homeowners are granted two free golf club memberships.”
The property on offer, on a 600m² erf, comprises three en-suite bedrooms; a study or fourth bedroom; guest bathroom; large open-plan kitchen with granite tops; scullery/laundry and open-plan lounge and dining room with two fireplaces, as well as a pool.
The enclosed balcony can be used as a breakfast room or entertainment area and the double garage has direct access to the house. There is air conditioning in the lounge and main bedroom and underfloor heating in the kitchen and bathrooms.
“The property is currently being let but the tenant is on a two months’ notice period and the new owner can take transfer and will get a pro-rata rental income,” Jovanovski adds.
The property will be auctioned at 222 Main Road, Rondebosch (Rawson head office) with a reserve price of R9 million but all offers will be considered. Rawson has a new online bidding platform for those who have registered on www.instant property.co.za.
For full details on registration, email email@example.com. The company has also advised that it is not necessary to wait until after the Covid-19 lockdown to put homes on the market.
If a seller is interested in auctioning their property, Rawson will start the auction process immediately, within the confines of the lockdown. For more details, phone 079 9803457 or email auctions.adminwc@ rawson.co.za or visit www.rawson.co.za/auctions.