Located about 40 miles outside Cape Town in the renowned wine region of Franschhoek, the lush 500-acre Babylonstoren feels more like a utopia than a farm. Originally cultivated by French Huguenot refugees in the late 1600s, today the former estate's historic grounds house a staggeringly beautiful maze of gardens and vineyards populated by crisp, traditional Cape Dutch-style buildings.

Babylonstoren

Babylonstoren South Africa's rural oasis offering a garden of earthly delights - Also check out Stellenbosch Slow Food Market Sat.

Great little Modernist extension on an original French farm house

Gallery of La Grange de Mon Père / MJ Architectes - 18

Image 18 of 28 from gallery of La Grange de Mon Père / MJ Architectes. Photograph by Michael Jan

tribute to french traditional farms / cabane grange / small wood house / designed for archi20.eu festival - summer 2012 - France

tribute to french traditional farms / cabane grange / small wood house…

Rustic stools

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Chicks at Babylonstoren, Franschhoek, South Africa

Chicks at Babylonstoren, Franschhoek, South Africa

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