The first of just five exclusive estate homes in the award-winning Diemersfontein Wine and Country Estate, located in the beautiful Wellington Valley is up for grabs.
The five homes are all set on larger plots ranging upwards of 1755sqm according to Marilize De Beer and Linda-Marie Le Roux, Seeff agents who have been mandated by the developer to sell the homes.
These new estate homes are ideal for family buyers. The completed home, the first to go to market, is in an elevated position with fantastic views over Wellington and the surrounding vineyard landscape.
The architectural design is that of a typical Cape vernacular vineyard home with simple, clean lines and a focus on enjoying the views and outdoor lifestyle.
The house is 363sqm in extent with four bedrooms and comes with beautiful bathrooms with rimless showers, double vanities in the main bathroom, open-plan living areas, a trendy kitchen with gas cooking facilities, a separate laundry and garages. There is plenty of woodwork including the windows, stacking doors, ceiling rafters and fabulous look-out decks. There is also an outdoor entertainment area with braai facilities.
The entry level home is priced at R6.75m. The price includes an allowance of R120.000 for a swimming pool of the buyer’s choice as well as additional appliances and/or electronics.
Residents also have access to the excellent facilities on offer in the 180ha wine estate. These include wine tastings, a restaurant, conference and event facilities, guest accommodation and a wonderful outdoor environment with hiking, cycling and equestrian trails.
There is also a private school on the estate, the Wellington Preparatory that provides top quality education to children of the estate and its surrounds.
It certainly is a dreamy lifestyle, say the agents. If you are after a quality lifestyle in a secure environment, then Diemersfontein most certainly ticks all the boxes. The surroundings are quite breathtaking, craggy mountains and rolling farm and winelands complimented by clean air and stress free living.
Wellington is just 45-minutes from Cape Town and 40-minutes from the Cape Town International airport.
As with most of the Winelands’ towns, Wellington is grabbing the attention of buyers from all over the country. According to De Beer and Le Roux, it has become a sought-after residential area not just for those with work or business interests in the surrounding Boland towns, but even appeal to Cape Town’s commuter buyers.
For the investment or second home buyer too, the Diemersfontein estate is ideal. The environment is healthy and there is no stress and it really is an ideal escape for weekenders and holiday makers.