Kimberley House is a gracious old house filled with light and situated halfway up a cobbled cul-de-sac, a few metres from the sea in Kalk Bay. It was built in 1895 and is constructed using the existing rocks of the mountainside and local stone, very much in the tradition of Kalk Bay and St. James which are the two neighbouring villages along the southern coastal road where it is situated.
The house has recently been completely refurbished but retains old Oregon pine floors, high ceilings and other original features. It is simply but tastefully furnished and has an unfussy holiday feel. The house has a huge semi-circular patio from which you can almost reach out and touch the sea and watch whales and dolphins cavorting in the bay. There is a sheltered garden with lots of bird life in the front and a sunny courtyard and herb garden at the back.
The house is spacious and airy, comprising three double bedrooms with en-suite showers and underfloor heating. There is a large living room with comfy sofas and a fireplace, and a TV room with DStv, a sleeper couch and a bathroom. There is also a 10-seater dining room table, an open-plan kitchen that is fully equipped with a dishwasher, and an outside utility room with a washing machine and tumble-dryer. Enjoy beautiful sea and mountain views from every room. The property has an alarm system, is serviced weekly or more often by arrangement, and offers a lush garden and secure off-street parking for up to four cars.
- Indoor Fireplace
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling