The house is located within walking distance to two of Cape Town’s best beaches. It takes 10 minutes to the main Llandudno beach and 15 minutes to Sandy Bay beach.
All living rooms and bedrooms face west and have uninterrupted ocean views. Some rooms also offer views of the surrounding mountains (Little Lions Head or Table Mountain). Whales, dolphins and seals are all seen regularly.
The house is three years old and was designed by Anna Cowen and uses many natural colours and materials such as balau wood and birch, sandstone, quartzite and travertine.
Stainless steel and aluminium contrasts well with the natural finishes to give the house a very modern look. The house is grounded with natural sandstone rocks, granite boulders and gravel.
The modern and minimalist style is reflected in the furniture, decorations, paintings and artwork which all compliment the house well.
This enclave is located on the Atlantic side of Cape Town, and is surrounded by the Table Mountain National Park. Llandudno is one of the most exclusive suburbs in South Africa. If you are looking for a spectacular and tranquil setting only 20 minutes from Cape Town, then this is it.
There are no shops, hotels, or restaurants in Llandudno, only 300 homes. Yet civilisation is minutes away. Its 5 minutes drive to shopping in the fishing village of Hout Bay, 10 minutes to excellent dining in Camps Bay and 20 minutes to the tourist attractions of Cape Town. Cape Town International airport is a 40 minute drive.