Classic Living in Fresnaye

Classic Living in Fresnaye | Let's Talk Cape Town | Tyson Properties

Classic, yet contemporary design finishes flow through this brand new three bedroom apartment. The kitchen boasts shaker style cupboard doors, marble surfaces, Smeg appliances and integrated fridge/freezer. Ease of flow link the kitchen, lounge and dining areas, leading out to a beautiful entertainment area (approx. 60m2) and martini pool. This brand new development offers direct lift access, state-of-the-art finishes and ample parking.

This beautiful apartment made it onto the cover of the ever popular GARDEN AND HOME magazine and for good reason! It really does have so much to offer.

“set in vineyards and orchards”

Fresnaye was originally an Estate of 200 acres, acquired in the early 1800’s, and belonging to Ryk Le Sueur, a barrister, and French aristocrat from Bayeux in Normandy and descendant of the French Huguenots. The original name was Winterslust, and the farmhouse was at that time, the only building on the mountain slopes, other than Heeren Huis near Bantry Bay, built in 1776. Fresnaye was set in vineyards and orchards, and referred to as “A Garden of Eden” at the time.

Fresnaye is now one of Cape Town’s most affluent suburbs, situated between Signal Hill and Sea Point, a few kilometres to the west of Cape Town’s CBD.


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