Brown’s Guest House Dullstroom

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View of Façade Brown's Guest House

Brown’s Guest House

This upmarket guesthouse is on the market! It is well located within the Dullstroom, boasts a beautiful entrance, open plan kitchen, dining area, four guest suites, a tranquil outside entertainment area, a generous well-manicured garden.

View of the deck Brown's guest house
Front view of Brown's Guest House
Garden View Brown's Guest House

What makes this this property so unique?

It is a well-established and successful business:

Brown’s Guest House is one of the most highly recommended Dullstroom guest houses in the Highlands Meander region. The perfect solution for guests that are looking for that special getaway or to escape from the covid 19 pandemic. The guest house has a well-established rental income and return guests are also a key to its success.

Well thought out layout:

Four exclusive suites with private entrances which can also be combined for bigger groups, as large as ten adults. All suites are spacious with large cottage pane windows maximizing the light.  Most suites have separate lounge areas with beverage stations and under floor heating. All the suites are beautifully decorated and elegantly finished with pure cotton percale linen, top quality amenities and en-suite bathrooms. The well-equipped open plan kitchen, dining area opens onto a deck overlooking the manicured spacious garden with children’s play area, roses, and fruit trees. Privacy and security is ensured by a perimeter wall with an electrical fence, motorized gate, and intercom system.

View of dining area Brown's Guest House
View of kitchen  Brown's Guest House
The history of the property:

The current owner purchased this property in 2007 and resided there until 2018. The original building measured approximately 98 sqm and it is believed that the house was one of the church’s rectories.  Renovations started in 2011, after the owner went on a mini ‘treasure hunt’ for the original plans at the municipality. All though some of the original trees had to be removed, the owner as able to retain the grape vine which is thought to be over a 100 years old, it still bears fruit every season. Two apple trees were also kept and bear fruit every year, the age of the trees is not known, but they also still bear fruit every season. After the owner moved from Dullstroom the home was equipped to run as a guesthouse and has been a thriving business.

Systems in place:

A double garage has been converted into a well-run laundry, storage, and office area with trained staff.  The property is equipped with a borehole, JoJo tank and 18 solar panels that providing a backup, should water and electricity fail.

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Written by: Liza Senekal – Intern Property Consultant @ Zest Property Group –