About Cape Town Living
The finest investment in life, is in appreciating the value of your time. Stone Manor offers the perfect setting to relax and de-compress. Kicking back in this beautifully appointed designer villa, you can afford yourself the luxury of sweeping sea and forest views, relish the sunshine on your skin, and the fresh breeze lilting over indigenous forest. Imagine your contentment watching the sunset over-looking the rim flow pool, a frosty glass in hand, celebrating a great round of golf on the adjacent 18 hole golf course.This spectacular north-facing designer villa is luxuriously comfortable, with open-plan, light-filled double-volume spaces offering well considered design aesthetics and finishes. Stone Manor has 4 double bedrooms, all en-suite, a well-appointed kitchen, a double rim flow pool, professionally landscaped garden as well as house automation with Clipsal System and Optic Fiber installed.Stone Manor offers you the perfect place to invest your time in living well
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around Knysna
(0.6 km from Knysna)
Only accessible by ferry, Featherbed Nature Reserve is a privately-owned unspoiled headland at the Western Head of the Knysna Lagoon. Visitors young and old will thoroughly enjoy embarking on a spectacular four-hour eco-experience to this exquisite...
(7.7 km from Knysna)
Direct access is a little steep but it's worth the effort to steal away and spend hours on the beautiful private beach of Sparrebosch. Swim, fish or just soak up the tranquility and stunning natural beauty around you.
(8.5 km from Knysna)
Rated amongst the best and most scenic golf courses around the globe, Pezula Championship Course is a prerequisite on any Garden Route golfing itinerary. Pezula offers terrific international-standard golfing with superlative views of Knysna Lagoon...
(5.5 km from Knysna)
Locals claim that one of the most wonderful beaches on the globe lies right on the other side of the Knysna Western Heads, at Brenton-on-Sea. There are rocks to clamber on, little pools to cool off in and a long bay for beach walks and shell...