Cape Town's rich colonial and cultural history has contributed to this style, with sources as widely different as mediaeval Holland and Germany, the French Huguenots and the islands of Indonesia.
Decorated in a traditional Cape Dutch style, this master suite is a duplex one-bedroom residence with a total floor space of 166sqm.
Entrance foyer with Vineyard views boasting a chest with a heavy brass influence of the East and bun feet (this was traditionally used to store linen). The Floor is tiled with replica 'Batavian Tiles' which were particularly popular in kitchens, entrance halls and "stoeps".
Lounge with genuine Fireplace featuring decorated copper utensils. Next to the Fireplace is a Meel Kas or "Meal bin" which traditionally would have been used to store flour. It is made of genuine antique Yellowwood with a tapered Stinkwood leg. Also featured is a Jongmanskas - this was traditionally used by the young men - they were shorter that the huge wardrobes used by the head of the family that had to accommodate ladies long garments, trousers and shirts).
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