This charming north facing home on the Capri mountainside, designed by renowned natural architect Keith Struthers, boasts a panoramic view of Noordhoek Beach and the Valley. On two levels, it consists of three queen-size bedrooms. The main bedroom upstairs is en-suite, with built-in cupboards. Back downstairs, the third bedroom with a separate entrance could be used as a therapy/consultation room. There is also a family bathroom and separate guest toilet. An open-plan living area with a working fire place extends to a bright, fully-equipped kitchen and separate scullery, with space for dishwasher, washing machine and drier. Adjacent to the lounge and separated by glass, which enhances the feeling of light and space, is another reception room that could function as an office, TV room, studio or children’s playroom. It leads onto the third bedroom, and could be used as a separate lounge. The ergonomics of this house are sublime, creating a space that is light and sunny, with 360 degree views of nature. It is designed so that the cooling breeze flows through the house in the Summer when the sun is overhead and the shaded patio and living spaces are out of the prevailing winds. In the Winter, the sun streams through the house, warming every room. Nature lovers will enjoy the sunset views from the stoep and the outside entertainment area. The waterwise indigenous garden is low maintenance and beautiful, with many brightly coloured pincushions, proteas, trees and flowering plants. The garden is great for children to explore, and the peace and quiet of this cul-de-sac make this an ideal family home. Three 2,500l Jo-Jo tanks collect rainwater and there is a brand new solar geyser. This home has the added benefit of a huge double garage with electric doors and off-street parking for an extra 2 cars.