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R300m price tag for Camps Bay mansion

Aug 29 2012 15:22
Cape Town - A Camps Bay mansion, described as the world’s most glamorous property, is for sale at R300m, the Cape Argus reported on Wednesday.

If the sale goes through, it will shatter Cape property records.

The mansion, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, Lion’s Head and the Twelve Apostles, boasts four banquet-sized reception rooms, three ensuite bedrooms, a master suite and a vast array of facilities, including a massage room, a gym, a sauna, a 80m² 3D cinema, a refrigerator room, garaging for six vehicles and a pool.

All functions in the house are controlled by iPads and the sound and video system throughout is “unsurpassed in South Africa”, according to the report.

There’s also a self-contained 250m² garden cottage, with its own winter garden, a tea house and a hidden one-bedroomed staff cottage.

Project management and construction company Glo Projects took three years to complete the project.

Renting the property will cost R155 000 a day.



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