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Property Pick - Entertainer’s dream home in Centurion

A modern home where no detail has been spared in the highly sought after Midstream Estate, Centurion is our Property Pick of the day!


5 Bedroom House for sale in Midstream Estate, Centurion

This exceptional home offers 5 bedrooms with carpet flooring, 3 modern and stylish bathrooms and 1 guest toilet downstairs, a large study, double volume entrance hall and 5 living areas including enclosed entertainment area with built-in braai and separate entertainment bar area with lounge and sizzling fireplace. Spacious kitchen with modern finishes, pantry and separate scullery. 

The home also features an enclosed entertainment area opening up to extended wooden deck next to the sparkling swimming pool, large enclosed garden with irrigation system, double automated garages, full staff accommodation with bathroom, big wooden jungle gym for the kids to enjoy, balcony leading out from main-bedroom, sizzling fireplace in main-bedroom, lounge and bar area, outside shower in main-en-suite bathroom, house located opposite park and pool in Midfield Estate!! 

The Greater Midstream consists of six independent estates within the development. Midstream Estate was the first of the estates, which was established early 2003. Thereafter Midfield Estates, Midlands Estate, Retire @ Midstream and Midstream Hill Estate followed. The development and construction of Midstream Ridge Estate is currently underway; and the first houses should be ready to be occupied by January 2015 Midstream Estates offer wildlife, golfing, various churches, excellent schools, pristine medical facilities, local businesses and with huge emphasis on non-crime tolerance motto security systems. 

This sought after security estate offers priceless amenities, including parallel medium pre-primary, primary and high schools, comprehensive medical and leisure facilities (fully equipped gym, undercover heated pool, parks, walking trails and golf course). 


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