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Take a peek into this stunning top-end development in Camps Bay’s, The Azure. Here we showcase the last unit available in this development.

Nestled between Lion’s Head, the Twelve Apostles and Camps Bay beach, it offers a sophisticated and relaxed lifestyle with contemporary yet timeless design.

Each of the four homes in The Azure has an inner courtyard or water-wise garden to bring
the outdoors in. Picture: Supplied
Picture: Supplied

Situated in the heart of Camps Bay village, just 150m from the beach, the residence is one of four in The Azure. All have contemporary architecture integrated into their surroundings through the use of natural materials.

Picture: Supplied
Picture: Supplied

“As homes in one of the country’s prime seaside locations, they are designed to combine simplicity and sophistication, relaxation and urbanity,” says developer David Sedgwick, managing director of Horizon Capital Residential.

The homes in The Azure have a timeless, yet contemporary, elegance. Picture: Supplied

The secure residence also offers uninterrupted battery back-up power and an independent water supply. Designer Jonathan Jacobson of Metropolis Design says there is a strong flow between the inside and outside and the homes have magnificent views on all sides.

The sunsets in Camps Bay are to die for and homes in The Azure have front-row seats. Picture: Supplied

At the heart of each home is a green space – either a water-wise garden or courtyard – that continues nature’s presence into the interior. Other features include a secure basement with underground parking; storage and staff facilities; a chef’s kitchen with SMEG products; air conditioning and underfloor heating throughout; four en suite bedrooms with luxurious carpets; a closed-combustion, wood-burning fireplace; hardwood flooring throughout and a lounge, dining room and family room.

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Green facts about The Azure

In the quiet early morning the sea stills and reflects Lion’s Head. Picture: Kim Stone

  • Independent borehole water supply plus a water purification plant and hot water from a Hydra Therm Integrated Heat Pump. All sanitary fittings are water-efficient. 
  • Solar heated swimming pools with automated pool covers. Pool backwash tank to recycle pool water.
  • Low-voltage LED lighting.
  • Planted courtyards and subsurface drip irrigation to all gardens.

Cost: R24.995 million (including VAT).

In the market to buy this? Call David – 072 385 4386 at The Azure


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