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Stylish rental villa boasting views across Cape Town


Villa Saebin has been three years in the making, this sleek villa is both newly constructed and newly available to the villa rental market in Cape Town, South Africa.

With expansive views across Cape Town’s iconic landmarks – Table Mountain rises up on one side; the ‘City Bowl’ and the Atlantic Ocean stretch out in front, whilst the Cape Winelands can be viewed to the north east – the villa imparts a real sense of place.


As pluralistic as the city, Villa Saebin reflects the owner’s own dual design preferences, blending styles taken form his motherland Africa with those from his new homeland in Asia. Influenced too by the modern hotels he favours, particularly those of Philippe Starck.


The use of organic shapes and strong colour contrasts with the clean lines of the architecture giving this home its contemporary yet warm and colourful character.


Featuring four double bedrooms it is a fully equipped property comprising a Miele kitchen, ‘inside outside’ bathrooms and even a yoga room with mirrors and a TV to guide guests through a daily class or a week’s programme. Two decks offering magnificent vistas, terraced gardens and an L shaped swimming pool complete this architectural gem.

This modern villa is located in the historic, picturesque and equally colourful neighbourhood of Tamboerskloof. Tucked up against the slopes of Signal Hill and Lions Head, this is one of Cape Town’s longer standing quarters, once home to budding artists and musicians. It is a less commercial area than Cape Town’s famed Camps Bay and the V&A Waterfront neighbours, offering a more traditional Capetonian experience yet conveniently minutes away from the city’s boutiques and restaurants.

Villa Saebinm City Bowl, Tamboerskloof, Cape Tow, South Africa,

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September 2, 2014 | Africa Cape Town South Africa Travel | View comments

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