Areas and Places

Arthur Quinton designed Camps Bay home

A home with a modern Balinese feel to it designed by Arthur Quinton, that the agents say offers the best in contemporary living, has come on the market through Knight Frank Residential SA’s Atlantic Seaboard branch at a listed price of R25 995 000.

The home has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, two reception rooms, garaging for two cars, a guest studio, store room and a generous terrace with uninterrupted views of the Atlantic Ocean and the Twelve Apostles, and a rim flow swimming pool.

The home, says Lanice Steward, managing director of Knight Frank Residential SA, has excellent security with direct elevator access from the double garage and impressive entrance foyer.

The open plan lounge has floor to ceiling double volume stack-back glass doors, a built in feature gas fireplace and a special “Zen-like” private terrace, which all adds to the overall feel of luxury throughout, she said.

The finishes and features in this home, said Steward, are superb, with various textures and colours of stone used throughout as features. The proportions of the home are very generous, in the room sizes as well as ceiling heights, which give an overall feeling of space and freedom.

“The calm that pervades from the Zen areas, such as the beautifully landscaped terrace off the main bedroom and courtyard next to the lounge brings the outdoors in when the doors are fully open. This is a true indoor-outdoor home, with generosity of space, light and luxurious textures,” she said.