Property Pick - Stylish living in Pretoria

Nestled in-between big trees you’ll find this jewel of a property situated in the sought after Rietvalleirand, Pretoria. 

3 Bedroom House for sale in Rietvalleirand, Pretoria

Built in the classical French provincial style this home offers much more than just irresistible curb appeal. The landscaped garden contributes to the tranquility of the generous stand, the sparkling pool is heated and doubles as a water feature. 

From the minute you open the front door you are greeted with beautiful finishes and great design. The lounge features a wood burning fireplace and exposed brick walls giving some texture to the room. The kitchen is French inspired perfection with soft close cupboard, Carol Boyes handles and imported taps. The dining room also features its own fireplace for those cozy dinners. 

You can access the enclosed patio from the lounge and dining room, perfect for entertaining and features a build in braai overlooking the garden. A study with solid wood desk and cupboards makes working from home a dream. Upstairs 3 bedrooms await, all spacious with solid wood build in cupboards. 

The guest bathroom features imported finishes and heated towel rails. The main suite has an en-suite bathroom that belongs in interior magazines and provides the setting for long relaxing baths in design splendor. 

A balcony adjacent to the main suit provides a picture perfect view for your morning coffee. Servant’s toilet and double garage with build in cupboards completes the picture.

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