Dunvegan Lodge, a well-appointed guesthouse located high upon the fynbos-covered reaches of Clovelly mountain, has been listed as a going concern by Pam Golding Properties for R10.5 million.
Not only is this spectacular property within walking distance of the renowned Clovelly Golf Course, but it has direct access to the scenic hiking trails and caves of the Silvermine Nature Reserve. Zoned for commercial use, the property comprises a main house with two bedrooms, as well as five independent self-catering units.
The main house, which has an open-plan kitchen, bar, TV lounge and dining area leading to an expansive balcony overlooking the golf course, can be lived in separately or incorporated into the guesthouse for villa rentals. The self-catering units each have their own living space, kitchenette and outdoor entertainment area.
A secluded communal solar-heated swimming pool area, complete with Jacuzzi, offers a tranquil retreat, with ample lounging space for secluded relaxation. The lodge is ideally located near to the quaint seaside villages of Kalk Bay and St James, known for their eclectic shops, eateries and art galleries. Kalk Bay was recently named by Forbes Magazine as one of the coolest suburbs in the world. Nearby Muizenberg is known for its excellent surfing conditions, while Fish Hoek is the ideal swimming beach; making it popular with families.
“Clovelly itself is establishing a reputation as a suburb with a range of property options to suit various buyers’ needs. Many of the older homes here are being refurbished, and the area near to the Clovelly Country Club, which is where Dunvegan Lodge is located, is a highly sought after growth area,” say Pam Golding Properties agents for the area, Sue Rosenberg and Laura Alan.