Savills | Lovers Walk, Rooi Els, Whale Coast, Boland & Overberg, 7196 | Properties for sale
14,929.55 sq ft(1,387 sq m)
Asking price R 6,950,000(£330,869)

Lovers WalkRooi Els, Whale Coast, Boland & Overberg, 7196


    Key features

    • Extra height sliding doors
    • Beachfront living
    • Established trees & fynbos
    • High ceilings
    • Overlooking the beach

    Enviably located on Rooi Els Golden Mile overlooking the beach, False Bay and the Table Mountain Peninsula to the north.

    About this property

    • This exquisite home is set on a large stand surrounded by established trees and consists of three different living levels. The clean modern lines combine aesthetics and functionality with expansive open plan living and entertainment areas. The high ceilings, exposed steel trusses, the extra height sliding doors, and the wooden railings and staircase all mix immaculately. 4 ensuite bedrooms each have a sea view. Enjoy the beachfront living from either the upper or lower living areas.

      Direct access to the home from the double garage, a separate scullery area off the open plan kitchen, seamless flow from the entrance hall through the sliding doors to the deck and lawn from where the beach is just at your feet.

      Rooi Els is situated only an hour's drive from Cape Town International airport within the UNESCO proclaimed World Heritage site of the Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve and accessed via one of the most spectacular coastal scenic drives in the world.

      This home must be viewed to be appreciated and viewing is strictly by appointment only.

    Local information

    • Rooi-Els is a settlement in Overberg District Municipality in the Western Cape province of South Africa. Rooi Els is situated only an hour's drive from Cape Town International airport within the UNESCO proclaimed World Heritage site of the Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve and accessed via one of the most spectacular coastal scenic drives in the world. The town roads are narrow, un-tarred and without street lights. Klein-Hangklip mountain dominates the village, and is home to a pair of Verreaux's eagles. Other animals that may be noted are chacma baboons, rock hyrax, small antelope, African clawless otters and occasionally caracal and leopard.