In a quaint stone-cobbled, secluded tree-lined lane, a block from Somerset Road, is a unique square of eleven small mews town houses – t'Groenehof, converted in the 60's from the slave quarters of the original t'Groenehof estate.
These characterful townhouses surround a central private, secure, terraced courtyard with a swimming pool and patios.
5 t’Groenehof Mews, Ashstead Road,
Green Point, Cape Town
Contact Richard O'Molony
Tel No: 028 312 3367
Fax No: 028 312 3367
Cell No: 084 780 5555
Five t’Groenehof has recently been extensively renovated, retaining the beautiful original beech floors, 3.3m high ceilings, original teak sash windows and louvred shutters, paneled doors with antique brass handles and a Victorian fire place with brass surround fender. This townhouse is upmarket and luxurious, with original oil paintings, antique mirrors, oriental rugs, "binnehuis" elegant 8-seat dining room suite, hand carved antique king bed headboard and other tasteful furnishings to match.
A large king bedroom with ceiling fan, en-suite modern bathroom (bath and separate shower), open plan lounge and dining room, with Victorian fireplace, flat screen TV, DVD player and music centre, modern fully equipped kitchen. Large patio with stone table and seating for 8 with canvas parasol, under a
yellowwood tree overlooking the pool.
5 minutes walk – to a dozen excellent restaurants and cocktail bars, Giovanni's Deli, Woolworths food store, chemist, liquor supermarket, video/DVD rental, 24 hour convenience store.
10 minutes walk – to the V&A Waterfront, Imax theatre, 'The Point' Health and Racquet Club, the Cape Town Stadium, the Metropolitan 9 hole golf course, a dozen more restaurants and clubs on 'the strip', the seafront promenade and the quaint 'De Waterkant' bohemian quarter.
15 minutes walk – to Cape Town city centre and the Cape Town International Convention Centre.