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Property Pick - Luxury in Roodepoort

This impressive home in Ruimsig, Roodepoort sets a whole new bar for luxury and it is easy to see why it is our Property Pick of the day.


4 Bedroom House for sale in Ruimsig, Roodepoort

An elegant and majestic home of approx 1344 square meters in one of the most prestigious positions in the Westrand, set on 7034 square meters of prime real estate with beautifully landscaped grounds. 

Distinguished by its exquisite finishes and intricately detailed living areas with custom made Blackwood built in Bar, all doors , skirtings , study and hobby room. 

This magnificent home featuring a family room, light filled dining room, Bar room, pajama lounge, work room or hobby room with built in Blackwood cupboards, Gym room,an impressive Study with Blackwood custom made cupboards, designer gourmet kitchen with walk in fridge and pantry, Jacuzzi, 4 Spacious en-suite Bedrooms. The sumptuous master suite including luxurious Bathroom with his and hers dressing room and fireplace for cold winter nights. 

In addition to the main house there is a 1 bedroom, 1 Bathroom and lounge cottage . 

There is also 2 staff rooms with 2 bathrooms, lounge and kitchenette, Garaging for 13 Vehicles and ample visitors parking. 

Some of the additional features are the impressive entrance, imported chandeliers, Driveway designed for low sport cars and home automation system. 

Features include: 
Pets Allowed - Yes


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