Collectors home in Cape Town

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Collectors home in Cape Town

It was by chance that Pam du Toit acquired her engaging apartment opposite Groote Schuur, the grand Cape Town home to prime ministers past. The Rondebosch block was built in the 1950s as a hotel and converted into flats in the 1980s.


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