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Property Pick - Modern country charm in Kempton Park

Our Property Pick of the day is a stunningly modern home in the popular Dunblane Lifestyle Estate, an upmarket equestrian estate situated in Bredell, near Benoni and Kempton Park. 


5 Bedroom House for sale in Dunblane Estate, Kempton Park

This magnificent home is surrounded by lush green gardens overlooking a dam which is lit up at night by fountains. 

The home features a beautiful open plan bar, lounge, dining room and tv room which opens onto large patio overlooking the dam. 5 luxurious bedrooms all of which are en suite. Top class kitchen with 5 plate gas hob, double eye level oven, separate scullery, pantry and prep area + pizza oven. Fire Boma, heated spa pool and a cold summer pool. Staff accommodation, 6 garages, back-up generator which runs the entire house as well as a workshop. 

Dunblane is built around a state of the art Equestrian Centre with top-class facilities which include: 

- two automated horse walkers, 
- a hydro spa 
- natural grazing during the day, 
- stabling, 
- training and show jumping facilities. 
- each home has a dedicated stable. 

Security: 24 hour gated security, beams, alarm system and CCTV cameras. 

The estate also boasts incredible bird life, dams and open spaces for your children to play and ride in a safe and secure environment. 

Dunblane is close to Benoni, Kempton Park, R21 Highway and O.R. Tambo International Airport. 

The combination of luxurious living and tranquil country atmosphere within the beautiful borders of a safe environment is a recipe for success - enquire now and give your family the life they deserve ! 


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