If you had a million pounds – would you live in Wembley? (maybe if it was in Cape Town)

When I was in Hong Kong at the Smart International Property Show, I met the owner of a South African estate agent, Kapstadt International Property, based in Cape Town South Africa.

Wembley - Cape Town - South Africa

Wembley - Cape Town - South Africa

They have some absolutely beautiful properties on their books and I wanted to highlight two of them.

Wembley House – 5 bedroom house in Cape Town

A magnificent Heritage home by Mello Damstra, an extravagant Dutch architect, built for Cape Town’s legendary Timber merchants, the Stoller family in 1923. Their love of wood was expressed exquisitely throughout the house reminiscent of the Hall of Mirrors in the Palace of Versailles. Beautiful inlaid floors, teak panelling, grand staircases and the most beautiful teak doors and windows together with the grand reception rooms and sumptuous bedrooms make this a most unique and sought after home. The 600m2 main house on 3 levels has got 5 bedrooms and a wheelchair friendly apartment. You can entertain on a large scale with the excellent indoor outdoor flow to the pool area with its fabulous pool room and indoor barbeque facilities. This extraordinary home is set in a sculpted garden with your own private art studio and a separate yoga retreat above the 4 car garage.

Asking price is R17M plus VAT (approx. £1.125M)

Or, if that’s not to your liking, how about this?

Bridle - Cape Town - South Africa

Bridle - Cape Town - South Africa

Bridle - Cape Town - South Africa

This four bedroomed home is an absolute dream surrounded by naturally preserved land providing total privacy. Described as a “seductive living sculpture”, it floats high up against Table Mountain with luminous views from every angle. The stage is set for living and entertaining on a grand scale with all interior and exterior spaces seamlessly integrated leading to the indigenous


  • Remote controlled double garage
  • Two large storage facilities
  • Garden storage room W
  • Water treatment plant with borehole
  • Housekeeper cottage with two beds, bathroom, kitchen and lounge dining area
  • Remote alarm and electric fencing
  • Piped entertainment throughout including IPOD docking system with touchpad activation
  • WIFI Solar underfloor heating
  • Solar geyser system

Asking price is R25M plus VAT (approx. £1.65M)

If you are thinking of buying a holiday home in sunny South Africa, these are just a taster of the types of properties which are available. If you would like further information on either of these, speak to my friend Lisa Kretschmer –

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