An eight-bedroom home in Camp’s Bay, Cape Town is on the market for a cool R445 million, making it the most expensive house for sale in South Africa.
Dubbed Casablanca, it was designed in a neoclassical style for ‘an international mogul who enjoys lavish entertaining on a grand scale,’ according to a listing on mansionglobal.com.
Expect Corinthian colonnades in abundance, an Olympic-sized pool, uninterrupted sea views, reception rooms that can accommodate as many as 1000 guests at a time and 13 full bathrooms, along with high tech security features.
A 14-car garage that features parquet flooring, pressed ceilings and chandeliers is another feature in this goody bag of opulent living.
A down payment of a mere R9 million will get you the house, but you can expect to pay an estimated monthly bill of around R2 million for the pleasure of owning this 1 751-square metre property.
In case the idea of R445 million is difficult to get your head around, the advert offers a helpful reminder that you can expect to pay the equivalent of $1000 per square metre…
Read the full listing here.