Overview

Property ID: PALE-0930
  • Farm
  • Property Type
  • 16
  • Bedrooms
  • 17
  • Bathrooms
  • 6
  • Covered Parkings
  • 220
  • Land Size ha

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Dual Mandate!

This is an extraordinary heritage Cape Dutch style country retreat, which is situated on a 220ha working farm and has been meticulously restored.

Offering elegant accommodation over 16 en-suite guest rooms in 4 buildings, 2 en-suite 2 bedroom cottages and a managers house set around the historic werf, reflection pond and expansive manicured gardens.

Conveniently situated for easy access to the Stellenbosch, Paarl and Franschhoek wine routes, this unspoiled country home offers a step back in time. On an elevated position for sunset panoramas and a beautiful view of Table Mountain. The quiet and serene estate is a 25-minute drive from the Cape Town and surrounds.

A long history spanning over 300 years of wines made solely from grapes grown and harvested here. Wines includes a Chenin Blanc from 45 year-old bush vines, and a selection of Pinotage ranging from unoaked to lightly oaked. The first harvest of Mourvèdre was produced in 2008 and offered oaked red wines and a Bandol-style Rosé.

The extraordinary original barn is a spectacular venue and can host up to 150 guests and accommodate up to 32 guests sharing. There are several beautiful locations on the property to hold a ceremony and/or reception. This venue was awarded the “Best Wine Farm Wedding Venue” at the Top Vendor Wedding Awards (TWVA) in 2014.

A fence around the entire property provides privacy and is sold as a going concern with original antiques and artifacts. This is a rare find and offers opportunity for further expansion!

Details

Updated on June 13, 2022 at 8:22 am
  • Property ID: PALE-0930
  • Price: POA
  • Land Size: 220 ha
  • Bedrooms: 16
  • Bathrooms: 17
  • Property Type: Farm
  • Property Status: For Sale
  • Covered Parkings : 6

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