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Property Pick - Glamour in Sandton

A modern, double storey home located in a central part of sought after and secure Cedar Creek Estate in Broadacres, Sandton is our Property Pick of the day.


?4 Bedroom House for sale in Broadacres, Sandton

Large double volume entrance with double wooden doors, porcelain tiles throughout the reception areas which are all fitted with UFH, along with modern fittings give this home a taste in high quality. A Water feature/ fish pond adorns the side of the main entrance. 

The covered patio overlooking the garden and pool, with downlighters, built in braai, prep bowl, separate electric grill and excellent view over the neighborhood and surrounding areas. 

The dark wood and CaesarStone kitchen is a dream come true, center island with breakfast counter, hob and u/c convection oven. Plenty of cupboard space, a 5 plate stand alone gas hob with oven, separate scullery with space for 3 appliances, double wash up sinks, pantry, broom cupboards etc. 

There is a guest toilet, along with a guest bedroom with en-suite bathroom and sliders leading to garden on the lower level. A wine cellar or storage room is also available. 

The large open plan lounge and dining areas have sliders / roll over doors, which can be opened to create a more spacious feeling, leading to the patio and garden areas. Under floor heating is located in many areas in the house. 

Upstairs we find a Study nook on the landing, 3 large bedrooms (2 with A/c) with main en-suite. A balcony leads off the main bedroom also with roll over doors which can be opened to create more space, while the en-suite, has double vanity unit, bath and double shower. There is a dressing area with plenty of BIC. The room is also air-conditioned. Another full bathroom serves the other two bedrooms. An outdoor shower is located on a private balcony area just off the main bedroom. The Double automatic garage & has extra length. 

The Estate has access control 24/7, and a Clubhouse is being established along with various other amenities. 



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