Welcome to 19 Loader Street, a charming home in the lovely De Waterkant area of Cape Town, situated against Signal Hill on the Atlantic Seaboard, within walking distance of the city centre, Green Point Stadium and the V&A Waterfront. Loader Street is part of the historic 19th century Cape Town with its traditional houses, iron-work and veranda’s. No 19 is a Victorian house furnished in the style of that era with paintings and porcelain decoration reminiscent of that time. The house however has all the advantages of modern living and it enjoys comfortably furnished patios at the front and at the back of the house.

Loader Street is just a few meters away from the Cape Quarter Shopping Center, which offers a variety of shops, restaurants and a choice of two gymasiums.

ACCOMMODATION and FACILITIES: (Maximum 7 persons)

A lovely 3 and a half bedroomed home, with 2 en suite bedrooms with queen size beds and one bedroom with twin beds and bathroom in the passage opposite the bedroom.

-Fully furnished and equipped with quality towels and linen.

-TV’s in all the bedrooms

-Tastefully furnished lounge and diningroom area with TV, DVD/Video and mini hi-fi CD stereo system.

-One private lock up garage with direct entrance into the house.

-Fully equipped kitchen with oven, hob, fridge, freezer, microwave, iron, and dishwasher etc.

-Serviced twice a week (extra services available at extra cost)  Towels are changed twice a week, sheets once a week.

-No smoking in the house, but fine outside.

-Good swift laundry service available nearyby.

Thank you for considering 19 Loader Street for your stay in Cape Town. Book with Us for the lowest rates available online, guaranteed!




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