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Property Pick - Luxury in Kempton Park

A beautifully styled home in the serene Serengeti Estate, Kempton Park is our Property Pick of the day!


4 Bedroom House for sale in Serengeti Estate, Kempton Park

Modern day conveniences integrate with the character and sophistication of timeless beauty. Featuring open plan flowing living areas.Reception areas include a formal lounge, dining room, family room downstairs and an upstairs family room. 4 spacious bedroom leading into balconies 

This stunning property features its own flatlet consisting of an en-suite bedroom, spacious living areas, open plan kitchen and scullery with its own patio overlooking the pool area. This flatlet has its own entrance. 

Special features includes underfloor heating, vacuum flow system and solar heated pool. 
Staff accommodation. 

Features include: 

- Easy access onto major highways
- Gated security
- Guard at gate
- Clubhouse
- Underfloor heating
- Pool
- Staff accommodation
- Golf and Eco Estate
- Golf course
- Child friendly environment
- Patio
- Built-in braai
- More than 2 garages
- Entertainment area
- Guest toilet
- Laundry/scullery
- Flatlet
- Separate Flatlet - Yes
- Pets Allowed - Yes


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