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Apartment / Flat For Sale in Cape Town, Cape Town

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Asking Price : R 1 950 000 (102 362 EUR*)

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Province:Western Cape City:Cape Town Suburb:Cape Town Bathrooms:1 Floor Size: ± 35m2 Rates:R 700 p/m Levies:R 1503 p/m

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    Agent : Rhonda Raad

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Authentically Restored Studio Apartment for Sale in the heart of the City Bowl


Seldom available. Authentically restored Art Deco studio high up on the 5th Floor of the world-famous "Holyrood", a listed heritage building in Cape Town's Queen Victoria Street Embassy District - right on the Company Gardens.

Breathtaking views of Table Mountain from the large open balcony over botanical gardens and forests, with the whole city at your feet and in walking distance. Original railway-style bunk beds are stowed away behind theatrical curtains. Excellent fibre-optic WiFi already installed.

Every detail is original and authentic 1930's in one of the best possible locations in the city. Honey-coloured solid wood floors and working electric fireplace. 1930's kitchenette with original General Electric cooker, authentic butlers sink as well as space for a full-size fridge. Bright and spacious old-school bathroom has original thirties tiling, full-sized bath tub with shower over, as well as original solid teak toilet seat.
There is no parking in the building, but secure, covered long-term parking is available at the neighbouring 15 on Orange hotel.

Exquisitely curated Art Deco contents and appliances are available as an optional extra.

Special Levy currently R416.67 per month.

Heritage Disclosure:
Holyrood is a Grade IIIA listed heritage building of outstanding local significance. The apartment can therefore only be altered with a permit from Heritage Western Cape, and there is no possibility to enclose the balcony. This is not a fixer-upper, but rather a restored antique.