Property for sale in Bredasdorp: Historic home with lots of character.
Exclusive Mandate: This beautiful double story house, built in 1930, is Ideally situated for a guest house and in a peaceful quiet area. The lovely 6 bedroom, Old school sturdiness and style house can very easily be converted into a guest house or boutique hotel. With all its history, splendour and wood makes it a once in a lifetime property. Central, quiet and walking distance from most amenities. A replica of an existing dwelling in Kalkbay Cape Town Double story 15 room, 5 passage and 2 stoop structure Separate double garage and under roof barbecue Outbuilding and ‘Rondawel’ thatched First flush toilet in town First squarely built-in and tiled bath in town First black/white mosaic tiled wall finish in town First non-slip black/white mosaic tile floor in town Unique double layer thatch roof First house with electric lights (32 volt) Also had its own generator and cool room that was cooled by coal/water patent All woodwork was locally manufactured from Burmese teak and Oregon pine 1. In 1934 the house was used as a guest house for 3 days for the then Governor General of South Africa, Lord Claredon and his entourage. The owner/occupant had to vacate the property and Chaits Victoria Hotel was responsible for all services and catering. 2. In 1951 the owner dies and leaves the house to his wife Elizabeth Maria Catherine Uys. 3. On the 29 September 1966 the house sold to Christiaan Francois Van As (Boet) and which occupied the house from then on.
Full & free title
Full | Basin (Separate) | Bath | Shower | Toilet
Basin (Separate) | Bath | Shower
Basin (Separate) | En Suite | Toilet
Family/TV Room | Dining Room
Breakfast Nook | Laundry | Blinds
Washing Machine |
Electric Door |
Built-in Braai | Satellite Dish