Designed by the renowned architect Wesmaas, this fine, historical house was built in 1917 as a rectory. Single storey, the house measures 400m² and is situated on a large 2294m² stand. Step from the front veranda into the entrance hall, both of which have pressed ceilings, into the 2 lounges with fireplaces, a TV room with own fireplace, a separate dining room, 4 bedrooms, 2 of which are en suite, a farm style kitchen with a 4 oven AGA stove, a walk-in pantry, scullery and laundry and an enclosed patio with a separate bedroom and shower. The house has beautiful Oregon pine floors, doors and windows. Some of the rooms have pressed ceilings . There is an enclosed garden sun room. The windows have double security bars and wooden shutters and all exit doors are fitted with security gates. The roof is tile over corrugated iron. The large garden is enclosed on 3 sides by a hedge and on the 4th by a fence. An established, irrigated vegetable garden has been planted with a variety of berries, while a fruit orchard boasts an array of bearers including fig. Added to this, one finds Mexican hawthorn, roses and hydrangeas for which a micro spray system has been installed. The property has a borehole with pure water. Adjacent, is a vacant stand measuring 1983m² which forms part of the garden. On it are the double garages, a carport and 2 workrooms, the borehole as well as a wine cellar and a shed. The house is conveniently and centrally situated within walking distance of all visitor attractions, restaurants and pubs.