A historic Cape villa built in 1860 could be yours for R28m and a blend of old Cape Dutch style and modern architecture in Franschhoek for R38.5m WHERE: Wynberg, Cape TownPRICE: R28mWHO: Ann Broderick, RE/MAX Elite This historic Cape villa was built in 1860 by the De Villiers family, which settled in the Cape in the 17th century. It has been restored to its former glory and has had several owners, for a while being home to the Portuguese embassy. It still has many of its original features, including high ceilings and cornices and Cape Oregon pine floors. The five-bedroom house, which is situated on a 3,077m² stand, has been fully modernised but retains its traditional feel.WHERE: Franschhoek, Western CapePRICE: R38.5mWHO: Tania van Deemter, SeeffThis home, on the exclusive Fransche Hoek Estate in the Cape Winelands, offers 1,900m² of living space on a 4,000m² stand. A blend of old Cape Dutch style and modern architecture, the house has spectacular views of the surrounding mountains...

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