The historic 1790 Klaasenbosch Winery
The historic 1790 Klaasenbosch Winery

The historic Klaasenbosch Winery located in Constantia Upper and dating back to 1790 is looking for a new owner.

It is one of the original Cape Dutch buildings which date to the early wine farms in the area and has been converted into a spectacular five-bedroomed homestead featuring one of the most unique interior designs on offer in the Cape, according to Janine Stevenson and Steven Holvec from Seeff Constantia Upper.

It is set on a large plot of 2,949sqm with beautiful gardens. Features include traditional barn-doors in the entrance hall, a double-volume living room with a feature wood-burning fireplace, built-in bar and doors opening onto the inner courtyard. There’s also a billiard room and study and a separate laundry and scullery.

Constantia ranks in the top ten most sought-after suburbs in the country for its exclusivity, scenic surrounds and rural quality and of course, its top-class homes, especially in the Constantia Upper area where you will find large plots and sprawling mansions.

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