Modern home within security estate in Cape Winelands-45 min. from Cape Town CBD

Modern home within security estate in Cape Winelands-45 min. from Cape Town CBD

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3 chambres
Couchages 6
2 salles de bain
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We have a modern home in the heart of the Cape Winelands(70km from Cape Town). It offers spectacular views of the mountains and vineyards surrounding the security estate it is situated in. Award-winning wines, olive oils and restaurants is only minutes away and with Cape Town and its beaches only 70 km from Wellington you can use our home as a base to explore the Western Cape. It has three bedrooms with a queen size bed in the main bedroom and a double bed in each of the other two. The main bedroom has an en-suite bathroom while the other two rooms share a separate bathroom. With its own swimming pool(the estate also has its own communal pool) and “stoep” with built-in barbeque it is ideal for anyone that wants to enjoy the sunny African outdoors in a picturesque but secure environment. More information regarding Wellington is available at www.wellington.co.za or on the Cape Town tourism website at http://www.tourismcapetown.co.za.

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The picturesque town of Wellington is a scenic 45-minute drive from Cape Town, 15-minutes’ from neighbouring Paarl and 30 minutes’ scenic drive through the Winelands, to historic Stellenbosch.
Wellington’s agricultural economy is centred on its award-winning wines, table grapes, deciduous fruit and fine brandy, and it is also home to South Africa’s sole whisky producer.
The region is renowned for beautiful Cape Dutch homesteads, picturesque environment, gardens and wineries. The historic Bain’s Kloof Pass, with unsurpassed vistas, indigenous flora and fauna and crystal-clear streams and rivers, is the perfect spot for hikers and fly-fishermen. Closer to town, guided wine-walks and horse-trails through rich farmland and flowering fynbos offer the opportunity to see and experience Mother Nature at her finest.
The Berg River flows along the western border with two smaller streams, the Spruit and Kromme and the towering Hawequa Mountains stand guard on the eastern side. The Bainskloof Pass, built by the famous Scot, Andrew Geddes Bain, was the sole gateway to the north, before Du Toitskloof Pass was built.
Wellington is surrounded by fruit orchards, wine estates, buchu plantations and olive groves. In addition, its vine-cutting nurseries produce approximately 85% of the country’s vine root stock for the wine industry.
The region is the recipient of an impressive array of national and international accolades for their wines. The Wellington wine and brandy route boasts an array of fine producers.
Hiking trails, bird and wildlife viewing, Unimog expeditions, mountain biking, 4×4 routes and abseiling are just some of the outdoor activities to be enjoyed in the mountainous terrain and scenic surrounds.
More French Huguenots settled here than anywhere else in the Cape and the valley was formerly known as Val du Charron. Visit the Wellington Museum with its diverse cultural exhibits, or ‘Ouma-Granny’s’ House that provides a window on life in Wellington in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century.

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