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Property Pick - Sophistication in Centurion

A beautiful family home in the charming Heritage Hill Estate, Centurion will steal your heart from the first moment you enter the gates onto the courtyard garden with a water feature! 


5 Bedroom House for sale in Heritage Hill, Centurion

The house are build using the latest green technology which includes light steel, insulation for all walls and ceilings, a grey water system that feeds the garden and a 13000 lt rainwater system that feeds the house through a filtration system. The house is also equipped with a 5KW off-grid solar system with backup batteries.

The guest room with en suite shower bathroom can be converted into a granny flat or home office - offering a separate room which can be used as a lounge for the flat or home office.
The finishes are french country and suit the old world charm of Heritage Hill.

The beautiful open plan kitchen is well equipped and offers a separate scullery.

The living areas are all open plan and glass doors open onto the patio, garden, boma area and swimming pool (heated with solar panels). The dining room/kitchen area offers a fireplace.
Downstairs also offers a kids playroom also opening onto the patio.

Stairs lead up to the first level. Upstairs boast a landing area which can be converted into a study area or lounge. 

The main suite with walk in cupboard and en suite bathroom (also outside shower) will offer a peaceful haven at the end of any day!

There are three more bedrooms, a full bathroom and a walk in linen cupboard.

Extras includes vinyl wooden flooring throughout the house and 4 garages.

Features include: 

- 24/7 Security Estate
- Automated Garage door
- Built-in Braai
- Built-in Cupboards
- Close to N1
- Close to R101
- Double Storey
- En-Suite
- Fireplace
- Garden
- Laminated wooden flooring
- Open Plan Living Area
- Paving
- Pool
- Linen Cupboards
- Pajama Lounge
- Parking
- Scullery
- Servants Quarters
- Solar Geyser
- Walk in Closet
- Separate Flatlet - Yes


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