Property Pick - Stylish home in Bloemfontein

This is a fantastic opportunity to acquire a sought after property in the popular Waverley, Bloemfontein and it is easy to see why it is our Property Pick of the day.

6 Bedroom House for sale in Waverley, Bloemfontein

A ± 3200m² erf in a quiet tree lined road this older home has been converted to a 570m² Contemporary Gem. 

Before entering, your eyes are drawn upwards to the pillars fronting the building, the modern paint color and beautiful Cordoba type, clay tiles on the roof and not forgetting the tennis court. Entering is by way of double wooden doors complete with lead glass windows. Inside you are instantly relaxed by the sound of pipe music whilst you familiarize yourself with the spaciousness of the open plan lounge / dining room. Glass doors lead to a deck, dark blue pool with trickling water and a manicured garden. 

Adjoining is a spacious study with a beautiful parquet flooring and built in cupboards. Glass doors lead to the garden. 

The kitchen is superbly fitted with dark wood cupboards, brushed steel handles and numerous glass fronted cupboards. Obviously, granite tops are fitted, a hob, double oven and extractor fan as well as a scullery/laundry to complete this picture. 

Downstairs you will also find 2 bedrooms a modern bathroom (shower) and separate guest toilet. 

A further family lounge is also located on the ground level before entering an enormous entertainment room with fireplace-built-in braai and separate gym area with guest toilet and a convenient wine cellar. 

The entertainment area opens up to the garden and overlooks the pool and adjoining tennis court. 

Floors in all the living areas are slasto tiles whilst the bedrooms are carpeted. Interesting variations of earthly paint colors adorn the walls. 

The wooden staircase to the upper floor is accentuated by textured wallpaper. Three bedrooms are located upstairs with a separated toilet and full bathroom. A spacious main-en-suite bedroom which opens to a large upstairs balcony for informal family relaxation. 
The home is fully air-conditioned. Double domestic quarters as well as three garages completes the picture. 

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