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quiet and modern Kalk Bay House on Boyes Drive offers panoramic ocean views of
St James and Simon's Town in South Africa. You also have a great view of Cape
Point in Cape Town. On the ground floor, the property is utilized as a guest
house. A lot of accommodation providers have given the guest house a vote of
EXCELLENCE! The glowing recommendations have ensured the guesthouse ranks high
on the list of top accommodation suppliers. We are happy to submit
the relevant rates to you.
Kalk Bay House - Sale - Cape Town real estate in South Africa
Sales price: ZAR 12,950,000
Laundry room: available
Size of the plot: 329 m²
Living area: 241 m²
Monthly taxes: R 1.900
Remarks: Peace and relaxation as there is no
As already described, the guest house is
located in the lower level of the property. There is a small garden with a
saltwater pool. There are 3 double rooms, 3 bathrooms and a kitchen in the
guesthouse. Six people can be accommodated in this beautiful space.
and spacious terrace with spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean and the
mountains is another highlight of this private home/guest house. The property
is well thought out and the owner has a private entrance to the house. The
hallway leads to a large open plan living and dining area and designer kitchen.
A guest bathroom with shower is available. A staircase leads to the upper
floor, where two bedrooms with en-suites are integrated.
All rooms are fitted
with beautiful wooden floors and wooden beams. This magnificent property has
sea views from every corner of the house. It was designed with floor to ceiling
windows that lead to large wooden decks, from which you can watch the most
breath-taking sunsets at the most beautiful part of the world. Double garage is available.
The small, dreamy coastal town lies on the eastern side of the Cape Peninsula. Approximately located 7 km from Muizenberg, this coastal strip offers modest elegance.
It has remained true to its origins and has a lot of old world charm. A literal translation from the Dutch/Afrikaans
name "Kalkbaai" is "Lime Bay". This derives
from the vast deposits of mussel shells found there, which early settlers
burned to make lime for construction. Thus the name Kalkoven Baai and later Kalk
Bay was born.
The heyday of the village came from the
construction of a port in the early 19th century. Even today, after 11 o’clock you will be able
to see the fishermen bring their catch to the harbour. Directly at the harbour
there are sea food restaurants and smaller fish shops where you can enjoy very
affordable fresh fish & chips.
We can recommend the restaurant directly at
the train station. The village has a number of very good antique shops where
you can buy many historical items dating back to the turn of the century. The
town is very popular amongst artists who live here. The
beach section is small and decorated with colourful bath-houses.
more information, please feel free to contact us.