4 Bedroom House For Sale in Langebaan Country Estate


Monthly Bond Repayment R26,246.21
Calculated over 20 years at 8.75% with no deposit.

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This single storey offers unobstructed east-facing views onto the 17th fairway as well as the following:

* Open plan living area with fireplace for winter nights, inside braai and large undercover patio for summer weather.
* Stylish kitchen with a center island with, gas hob, oven, and prep bowl.
* Separate scullery, laundry, and walk-in pantry.
* 4 Bedrooms with BICs, 2 bathrooms, one en-suite with shower and his & hers basins and shared full bathroom*
* Linen cupboard in the hallway.
* Office.
* Guest toilet.
* The master bedroom offers a walk-in dressing area, en-suite bathroom with shower, bath and his & her basin.
* The double garage has automated doors and direct access to the house.
* Low maintenance garden.

Situated within the secure Langebaan Country Estate with its 18 hole Gary Player Black Knight Designed Golf Course, the West Coasts No 1 family destination at only an hour's drive from Cape Town, making it the ideal location and accommodating all lifestyles.
Globally, the drive to more sustainable living has gained significant movement over the last year with the likes of 17-year old Greta Thunberg who was Time Magazine's Person of the Year in 2019 and has been nominated for the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize (a second time that she’s nominated for the prize), says Seeff Property Group.

Locally too, Seeff says greening is gaining momentum, especially in and around homes. If you have not yet considered introducing green features into your home, then now is the time to start. Green features are not just a good investment but given the realities of the electricity and water crises, buyers are now likely to be swayed by these additions.

Turning the housing sector green is just one of the pillars of the government’s green economic strategy. Already, most new developments boast greening elements. Beyond just taking measures to reduce your carbon footprint and impact on the environment, the move to greening homes is a vital economic boost.

What should households be doing?

Seeff offers the following tips:

1. By now, all homes should be focusing on water-saving and cutting back on electricity usage. Basics such as installing energy-efficient lights, turning off lights and appliances when not in use and adjusting your geyser and fridge temperatures can make a broader difference.

2. There should also now be a focus on energy-efficient appliances and don’t forget to focus on water-consumption when choosing a washing machine. Aside from the hygienic benefits, a dishwasher also uses less water than hand washing.

3. Green features such as solar panels, rainwater tanks, double glazing, well-points, and boreholes are now becoming important features for any home.

4. Solar heating (if you don’t already have that) will not only save on electricity costs and power your hot water needs but can power your home including the security system and vital during power outages when homes and neighbourhoods become vulnerable.

5. At the very least, an inverter system is a worthwhile investment as it can power your security system, internet, and television and ensure that you can still charge your phone. These can be integrated with your current electricity system for a seamless switch-over during an outage, ensuring continued power for vital lights, appliances and so on.

6. To ensure you are not left in total darkness, consider rechargeable LED light fittings or those which can be plugged in at various spots around the home. They charge when the electricity is on and will then come on automatically when the power is out.

7. It goes without saying that gas-powered cooking appliances are now almost a necessity, while indoor braais and wood-burning fireplaces will be highly sought-after when winter sets in.

8. Another must-have is a rainwater storage tank and grey-water system to provide for garden and outdoor water needs while a more sophisticated system for indoor non-potable needs such as toilets will certainly add further value. A water purification system in the home will also likely become a future need.

9. Water-wise gardens are another important aspect of green homes. By focusing on indigenous plants, you can reduce the water consumption and ensure that your garden looks good even during drier seasons. Be sure to make use of a controlled sprinkler system as it uses less water compared to a hosepipe.

10. Recycling and waste reduction are further areas to focus on. Properties with large gardens could incorporate a compost system for fruit, vegetable and other suitable waste. Additionally, all homes should by now be adopting recycling as most neighbourhoods have some kind of recycling initiative.

All descriptions advertised digitally or printed in regards to this property are the opinions of Seeff Properties and their employees with any additional information advised by the seller. Properties must be viewed in order to come to your own conclusions and decisions. Although every effort is made to ensure measurements and information are correct, please check all dimensions and shapes before making any purchases or decisions reliant upon them. Please note that any services, appliances or heating or cooling systems have not been tested by Seeff Properties and no warranty can be given or implied as to their working order. Read Less


Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 2.5
Study 1
Floor Size 306m²
Garages 2
Land Size 688m²
Carports/Parkings 1
Monthly Levy R985.00

Agent Contact Details

Lorna Kruth

Cell 0828969457
Office (022) 7721981
Marelize Huysamen

Cell 0812700535
Office (022) 7721981

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