As you walk into this beautiful property you at once feel an overwhelming sense of calm and well-being. Architecturally designed and decorated, the carefully chosen soft warm textures were selected to enhance the buildings natural character while simultaneously adding touches of sophisticated detail. The neutral palette selected throughout the home makes living easy. The entrance to the house is a discreet dusky brown with dove grey mouldings, and set at an angle as if it were giving the quiet street a slightly coquettish sideways glance to deflect attention from what lies behind the door. Architect Wynand Wilsenach designed the second storey so that, rather magically, the fašade reveals nothing of the generous space within, with three bedrooms, a courtyard with a fountain, great flow between spaces and two distinct living zones that accommodate your work and play. Where a loft apartment blares out its intention to frame the city in an expansive and extravagant way, this house presents surprising angles on Lion's Head, Devil's Peak, Table Mountain, harbour cranes, the sea and the city patchwork of roofs in terracotta, grey and zinc. If the windows reveal outward surprises, the cupboard doors and wooden hatches hide even more unexpected space. Between the living areas and the steeply angled roof, the architect turned potentially wasted areas into a walk-in wardrobe and two attic areas for household appliances and the usual paraphernalia of books, suitcases and sports equipment.