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2010/02/15 12:00:00 AM

nettleton road medAs the Western Cape basks in the heat of its peak summer season, the Atlantic Seaboard has never looked so good, with its shimmering sands and sparkling seas.  High summer also traditionally marks the peak for the property season in this area, so it is no surprise that another prime property has been released onto the market in Clifton’s sought-after Nettleton Road – arguably one of the finest addresses in Cape Town, if not the world.  The elegant modern home is the creation of the acclaimed local architectural firm Peerutin Architects, founded by brothers Simeon and David Peerutin in 1998, and responsible for several of the city’s most recognisable buildings, including Wembley Square in Gardens.  The world-class home is being marketed exclusively by Pam Golding Properties, priced at R55 million.


PGP’s area manager for the Atlantic Seaboard and City Bowl, Basil Moraitis, says the price is not unusually high for Nettleton Road, which is already home to a number of celebrities and captains of industry, and boasts some of the city’s most luxurious homes.  “We frequently see properties in this area selling for record prices,” says Moraitis, “and in this case, the price tag includes all the home’s furnishings.  This is no small extra – the home’s interiors were designed by the renowned Cécile and Boyd’s, winners of several international design awards with their blend of global cosmopolitan chic and stylish African flavour.  Every piece has been chosen to complement the top-class fittings and finishes, delivering a spectacular and striking end-product.”


Moraitis adds that the home enjoys an unusual North-facing aspect – quite rare in Clifton – as well as commanding spectacular views of the ocean and the neighbouring nature reserve.  The property is set on 784sqm, and includes four bedrooms, four bathrooms and three garages.   Generous reception areas flow onto a large pool deck, and the home has elevator access to all levels.


To view the property, or for more information, contact PGP agents Basil Moraitis (082 565 8481) and Annette Hepburn (082 658 1116), or call the Atlantic Prestige office on 021 439 1614.  Moraitis can also be reached at

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  • Residential Property