Catamarani-on-the-Summit is a large luxury property surrounded by beautiful, mature gardens. The property is situated in Berekuso, a town in the Akuapem South District of the Eastern Region of Ghana. Berekuso is approximately 28km from the capital Accra and is well known for being the location of the renowned Ashesi University.
The property is a residential facility comprising the main dwelling, a detached double garage, security post, boy’s quarters and a summer hut. The house has been developed on a parcel of land which encloses an area of approximately one acre. The property is pitched on the highest point of the mountain and therefore enjoys the conducive weather conditions, as well as amazing views across to the coast and behind to the open countryside.
The house is a modern, luxurious architectural design which comes with six large en-suite bedrooms, two with walk-in dressing rooms. All bedrooms have large built-in wardrobes. Other ancillary areas, which are developed over the first floor, include a large well-equipped kitchen and walk-in larder storeroom, dining room, sitting room, and study. The main floors of the house boast wooden parquet flooring except for the wet areas which are finished in high-grade ceramic floor tiles. There is a spacious ground floor entrance hall with seating areas and sweeping wooden stairs up to the first floor. Upstairs, there is a large landing area again with space for seating, which leads to four of the bedrooms. Sliding doors lead from the landing area onto the balcony which curves around the front of the house and has views across to the coast at Accra.
The compound is beautifully landscaped with a combination of hard and soft landscaping works. The driveways are paved with local stones and pavement blocks and lead from the main front entrance up to the house and around a circular turning area beside the front door. The remaining areas of the compound are covered with grass lawns interspersed with ornamental plants. The frontage fence wall is finished with bespoke decorative stone carvings.
The entire property is fenced on all sides in sandcrete block wall with electric fencing overlay. The property has two entrances which are secured with metal gates. In addition to power supply from the public mains, the property also boasts a diesel-run generator. Water is sourced by means of a mechanized borehole constructed on the compound.