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Property Pick - Beauty in Hartbeespoort

A hint of color, lots of light and tastefully traditional décor sets this property in a league of it’s own. Set in a privileged and special location in Estate D’Afrique, Hartbeespoort on a park like raised plateau with a view over the Crocodile River. 


5 Bedroom House for sale in Estate D’Afrique, Hartbeespoort

Double volume Kio-dam water feature with glass viewing points as you walk down the cobble stone steps to the front door and are met by an extremely spacious living space including a lounge area, dining room and farm style kitchen with separate scullery. Impressive marble tiled staircase leads to the balcony style study or second TV lounge where the 4 bedrooms, each with en-suite bathroom are leading off. The house was designed with wrap around balconies and under covered patio areas for outdoor entertainment – what you have downstairs you get upstairs and a full bar or kitchenette station on each floor with prep bowl and adequate work space. 

The downstairs lounge and dining area with the guest suite with full en-suite bathroom leads out from stacking doors onto the wooden deck around the swimming pool with a view over the communal garden that adds to privacy, meaning no neighbors plus a separate boathouse at the communal launching facilities is included in the sale. Staff quarters and double lock up garage with direct access to the house. 

Estate D’Afrique is a sought after estate with unbelievable views from every corner of the estate. Communal clubhouse area with tastefully decorated living room, bar area for the gentleman’s club, children’s indoor play area, swimming pool, hall for events and gym the discerning buyer leading an active lifestyle. Live in Hartbeespoortdam and work in Johannesburg, Estate D’Afrique is located 10min drive from Lanseria and a quick 40min drive from Randburg on the Pelindaba Road from the R512.


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