Property Pick - Designer beauty in Pretoria

This architecturally designed home in Woodlands, Pretoria offers the next level of luxury and perfection. 

4 Bedroom House for sale in Woodlands, Pretoria

4 Luxurious bedrooms, all en-suite, stylishly finished with oak wood cupboards, double entrance doors with solid oak door frames and doors and high ceilings. 

A sweeping stainless steel stairway with beautiful chandelier leads to the second level. A symphony of perfect design and indulgent luxury greets you in the main en-suite bedroom, located on the second floor with a separate study and kitchenette.

Clean modern lines throughout all the living areas with an open plan kitchen fitted with Rosewood cupboards, a center Isle, gas and electric stove, pantry and large scullery with enough space for all appliances. Spacious living areas with a fireplace in the lounge and entertainers lounge with stackable doors opening up to a wooden deck patio, in a tranquil setting with beautiful tall trees. 

The intimacy of the courtyard with its tranquil water feature and low maintenance garden begs you to spend long hours outdoors. Double automated garage with wooden doors, with lots of extra space for storage or a workroom and separate staff quarters. 

The estate is pet friendly and has a lovely communal clubhouse area with a swimming pool, gym and tennis courts. Free internet access to all homes. Lots of walking paths and greenery and lots of areas for the children to play including jungle gym facilities and a volley ball court. Woodlands estate is highly sought after and boasts excellent security with a 24/7 manned guardhouse. Located close to the prestigious Woodhill College and Maragon school, shopping centers, and Pretoria East hospital.

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