The safety, laid-back lifestyle and beautiful homes offered by the Atlantic Seaboard make it a popular choice for discerning home buyers who are willing to pay a higher price for quality property. Bantry Bay, one of the area’s sun-kissed and sea-surrounded suburbs, is attracting much attention in particular.
To cater to the appetite for homes nestled between the slopes of Lions Head and the Atlantic Ocean, urban property developers, Blok, recently built TWELVEONV on the ocean side of Victoria Road.
With unobstructed views of the mountain, ocean and Bantry Bay itself, the apartment boasts an expansive 500sqm of total interior and exterior space, which has been maximised by implementing a cantilever on the top floor to provide an entertainment deck in the sky with 360 unobstructed views.
The penthouse features three bedrooms, three and half bathrooms, a private pool, braai area and store room, plus two garages and two parking bays. That’s not even mentioning the building’s many luxurious amenities including a north-facing 25m lap pool and deck, a gymnasium and day room for visiting staff along with 24-hour security and a workweek concierge.
The penthouse has been outfitted with bespoke pieces of furniture from Weylandts – South Africa’s leading furniture and décor retailer. Known for their natural oak timber furniture and clean, minimal design, Weylandts has created a masterful interior with items like Haiku beds in the guest bedrooms, a custom-made Oslo bed in the master bedroom (including built-in headboard and bedside tables) and the Kappa dining table in the living area. In addition, the kitchen has been kitted with the top-of-the-range Dolce Stil Novo collection from SMEG and a wood burning fireplace.
Every specification in the penthouse has been completed to the high standard for which Blok has become known. This includes maximal use of third spaces, Smart Home functionality that allows for temperature and lighting control from anywhere, hardwood oak flooring and every extra special finishing touch one could ask for.