|Within a shimmering halo of pristine beaches, De Waterkant Village lies cradled by the protective beauty of Table Mountain and Signal Hill. Beating to the pace of commerce by day and tingling with the exciting energy of a vibrant cosmopolitan nightlife. Cape Town has nurtured an evolution in urban lifestyle.
The historic village of De Waterkant is set on the slopes of Signal Hill in the Bo-Kaap area of the beautiful Cape Town, overlooking Table Bay and was built in the early 1700’s to house settlers, workers and slaves near the city centre. De Waterkant is now an exclusive world of fashionable restaurants, boutiques, shops, art galleries, coffee shops, friendly people and neighbours.
This beautiful cottage, elegantly furnished and decorated in an Indo-Colonial style, lies in the heart of the village in a quiet cul-de-sac and has been built in a unique setting at the foot of a weathered Sand Stone rock-face rising high and proudly behind the cottage.
A magnificent private tropical garden, with the soothing sound of a water feature nurturing the cottage with a serene tranquillity, giving the impression of being in the country. A secluded courtyard ideal for late summers' day barbeque or a relaxing time in front of the cosy fireplace on a winter's night.
The cottage is within a short walking distance from the newly built trendy Cape Quarters, within close proximity of the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, the new Cape Town Aquarium, the Convention Centre, the City centre and central to most shopping centres, tourist attractions and many close-by award winning restaurants.
This newly decorated, upmarket character cottage, is set in the best part of the exclusive area of De Waterkant at the cul de sac of the well-known Loader Street and enjoys private off-street parking and excellent security with alarm.