With the whimsical festivities almost upon us, if you are looking to spice up your year’s end, then The Most Expensive Homes blog has the perfect solution for you: Cape Town. The Coastal city in South Africa is one of the best places to visit in the entire world. In this article, we will display five of the most expensive rentals and while the most luxurious properties have already been booked, there are still some impressive options that will guarantee you a one-of-a-kind holiday season.
Situated on Nettleton Road, Pyjama Lounge Clifton is a six-bedroom villa that was designed for one to enjoy marvelous views of Camps Bays, the 12 Apostles and the Atlantic Ocean. The three-storey home comes with a personal butler, a chef and canapés upon guests arrival. The house has a special lounge with kitchenette for children, an elevator as well as a series of private rooms on the second floor.
Described as the idyllic place to commemorate special occasions or even be a wedding destination, this outstanding Clifton villa features a deluxe master suite that, in all honestly, appears to actually be an apartment. Guests can benefit from a king-sized bed, an elegant lounge and a massive balcony where they will be stunned by the city and ocean views.
This astonishing villa was designed by the prestigious architectural firm, SAOTA. It is well-appointed with glamorous amenities, including a fitness space, an infinity pool, lush gardens, among other entertainment spaces.
In the upmarket Fresnaye, you can find this beautiful four-bedroom home. The luxury property comes with a gym, sauna, a swimming pool and sun deck and also offers sweeping ocean views.
This extraordinary mansion is the definition of luxury and entertainment. It highlights a series of amenities that will leave flabbergasted, from an outdoor jacuzzi to a heated infinity swimming pool as well as a sunken wine cellar, a soundproof home cinema, a gym and even a library, not to mention the stunning ocean views it offers.
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Source: Business Insider South Africa