Property Pick - French Beauty in Centurion

A home inspired by stunning French villas in Midstream Estate, Centurion is our Property Pick of the day

5 Bedroom House for sale in Midstream Estate, Centurion

Soaring double-volume entrance hall with influences of Palladio reflects in the symmetry of the staircases. This home offers the very best in high-end sophisticated family living. 

Built to perfection and designed to entertain this 1080m² home set on a 2882m² stand. In addition to the 5 reception areas, 5 luxury bedrooms (all en-suite bathrooms) this home offers a boma which sports a private bar and easy access to the kitchen. 

Exclusive features, such as a wine cellar, cinema room, a private putting green and home entertainment sound system makes this palatial home a place of comfort and peaceful sophistication. The open-plan kitchen with a scullery and a walk-in pantry will dazzle the most discerning of chefs. 

Floor-to-ceiling doors open to the tranquil country garden and the covered patio allows access from all the magnificent reception rooms. The water features ensures the tranquil harmony and balance and makes this a unique home. 3 Garages allows for a maximum of 9 vehicles. 2 Staff rooms with kitchen and bathroom. 

Features include: 

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

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