Cross Street 7 - House
There is a fully-equipped kitchen with an original hearth and chimney feature. A combined dining area and sitting room adjoins the kitchen. This leads to a paved patio area, with a table and chairs, and a small lawned garden, which is shared with the neighbouring garden cottage.
The house has some excellent classic antique furniture items and prints. Staying in this property will give you a true feeling of being in old Graaff-Reinet and it is ideally situated for the town’s extensive museums and other facilities. Several good restaurants are within a short walking distance.
If required, this unit can be booked together with the adjoining garden cottage, which has one bedroom with a double bed and an en-suite shower bathroom (see “7A Cross Street – garden cottage”, on this website). If such a joint booking is made, an inter-leading door from the kitchen of the garden cottage (which is normally kept locked) can then be opened to provide joint direct access to the patio and dining/sitting area of the main house.
It should be noted that access to the adjoining garden cottage referred to above is via a separate side entrance and narrow passage along the side of the house, past the patio and garden areas of the main house. To a limited extent, this can affect the privacy of the outside areas of the main house.
This unit has a dedicated adjoining off-street carport, for secure parking, which has a vehicle height limit of 1.8 metres (any vehicle above this height has to be parked at De Kothuize’s main parking area at 4 Parsonage Street, which is a 5-minute walk from the unit).
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