10/31/2018 - 00:00

This declared heritage site is situated +/-4km South West of Heidelberg. It was built in 1906 and was declared a National Monument in the 1980s. The Victorian style house is divided into 3 sections and boasts 14 living areas all of which are connected via the T-Shaped passage that is 17.6m X 1.8 m and is tiled with original Italian tiles.

Rare animal trophies decorate the walls of the main entrance hall and the main front door has inserts with colourful lead glass. The Ladies lounge is fitted with a Rosewood fireplace and has a lovely bayview window that gives beautiful views of the front garden. Fragile pelmits and decorative wallpaper also adorn this lovely room. A lovely wrap around Veranda is finished off with cast-iron balustrades that were imported from Glasgow.

The Boys Quarters is joined to the main dwelling by a courtyard and comprises of 2 (two) bedrooms 1 ½ bathrooms (2 two toilets, 1 bath and 2 showers) kitchen, lounge; veranda and braai area, cellar where wine cheese and dried fruit were stocked, currently utilized as an entertainment area.  

Stables and Outbuildings are situated +/- 50m away from the main dwelling the building harbours 6 (six) units

A Lock up garage with roll up door can accommodate 3 vehicles. 

The family cemetery dates back to the early 1900s, where late Frederick Jacobus Bezuidenhout and his wife Wilhelmina, as well as other members of the family were honourably put to rest.

Asking price: R13 000 000

Contact Kristelle Cronje from Aloe Properties to view 082 561 7603

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