Property Pick - Designer Glam in Centurion

Midstream Estate, Centurion is an upmarket lifestyle estate and offers excellent security and some of the best private schools on offer, and also the location of our Property Pick of the day! 

4 Bedroom House for sale in Midstream Estate, Centurion

Conveniently situated between Pretoria and Sandton, and with easy access to all major highways. 

This ultra modern architecture of this home and superior finishes are the perfect foil for today's lifestyle. Clean lines and walls and loads of glass characterise the modern fluidity. Indoor/outdoor entertaining is effortless here with open plan reception rooms and expansive entertainment areas with heated indoor lap pool as well as outdoor pool and patio. The kitchen is modern and so well designed it will suit the most fastidious purchaser. The scullery is separate and also has a separate laundry area. 

This magnificent home offers 4 en suite bedrooms. The main en suite is massive and also boast a gas fireplace. Upstairs also offers a study area with ample cupboards. The 3 garages are automated and the staff accommodation has a shower bathroom. 

Extra features includes 3 solar geysers and an automated glass roof over the indoor pool to open up for an even more dramatic feel! 

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