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A charming renovated cottage in the Overberg countryside

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An elegant dining table made by contemporary South African designer Gregor Jenkin contrasts beautifully with the historical details that surround it – from the exposed wooden beams and reed ceiling to the restored wooden sash window and handcrafted staircase built from salvaged scaffolding planks. Mismatched slasto completes the eclectic look.
An elegant dining table made by contemporary South African designer Gregor Jenkin contrasts beautifully with the historical details that surround it – from the exposed wooden beams and reed ceiling to the restored wooden sash window and handcrafted staircase built from salvaged scaffolding planks. Mismatched slasto completes the eclectic look.

Production Sven Alberding l Photographs Greg Cox/Bureau

This gorgeous cottage in the charming Overberg town of Greyton epitomises gently worn sophistication.

It’s a perfect combination of found and collected furniture and decorative details from yesteryear, while savvy renovations and various additions blend seamlessly with the original look of the home.

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