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Property Pick - Modern marvel in Witbank

This newly built in Bankenveld, Witbank is in a superb location on the greenbelt and has all the bells and whistles that you would expect from a modern home.


4 Bedroom House for sale in Bankenveld, Witbank

The home has 4 spacious double bedrooms, all en-suite with top quality finishes and motorized blinds, all with underfloor heating, with glass sliding doors leading out of each of the bedrooms. 

The open plan entertainment area with stacking doors leads onto pool, giving you that 'outdoors' feeling whilst inside. A granite top bar is a feature of the house that includes both charcoal and 10 burner gas braai indoors with guest toilet.

The sparkling 25 meter swimming pool has been fitted with an imported electric pool cover and heat pump, no expense has been spared here! For the avid golfer there is a superb 6 hole putting green and for the green thumb there is a well established and manicured garden with extensive lawn area and Boma. 

Additionally there is a study with built in granite top work space, a playroom which has a direct entrance from the garage. 

The kitchen has been designed with ample cupboard space in neutral undertones which includes a master chef induction stove with extractor fan.

Features include: 

Full alarm system 
2 direct access double garages 
Servants quarters with en-suite and space for kitchenette, could be used as a 5th outside bedroom 
4 x motorized garages. 
Underfloor heating
Entertainment area
Solar geyser
Heat pump
Water purifier
Generator
Pets Allowed - Yes

Extensive use of glass stacking doors and stone give this property a sense of easy living within a secure environment. 




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