Property Pick - Entertainers Dream in Centurion

A stunning home in Midstream Estate, Centurion is our Property Pick of the day, exuding perfection from every corner of the property. 

5 Bedroom House for sale in Midstream Estate, Centurion

Spacious, stylish and exuding an essence of sheer luxury, this bold home was created to be enjoyed in style. Light and open with an easy flow between rooms, it gives you your dream home that is not only practical but perfectly suited to today's lifestyle. 

This home features 5 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms with two separate guest bathrooms. In addition to the 2 lounge and dining areas, it also houses a luxurious 8-seater cinema, a fully fitted bar and a vast entertainment area, making entertaining a breeze. 

Air conditioning, underfloor heating, a heated pool, a boma and a home audio system are just some of the many features to accommodate your modern lifestyle. 

A kitchen to satisfy the most discerning chef, sports high-end SMEG cooking appliances, with a large walk-in pantry and separate scullery with enough room for 4 or more appliances. 

Garaging for 4 vehicles, automated doors, 2 dedicated work areas and a separate storage area ensure ample storage and garage space. 

In addition, this home boasts 2 en-suite bedrooms for staff accommodation. 

Features include: 

- 24/7 Security Estate
- Aircon
- Automated Irrigation
- Automated Garage door
- Balcony
- Built-in Braai
- Built-in Cupboards
- Close to N1
- Close to R101
- Close to Schools
- Close to Shopping Centre
- Double Storey
- Dining Room
- Entrance Hall
- En-Suite
- Entertainment Area
- Fireplace
- Heatpump
- Garden
- Guest Toilet
- Laundry
- Open Plan Living Area
- Paving
- Pool
- Private Lounge
- Pantry
- Parking
- Patio
- Pets Allowed
- Scullery
- Servants Quarters
- Storage
- Tv Lounge
- Tiles
- Underfloor Heating
- Walk in Closet
- Pets Allowed - Yes

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