Property Pick - Country Chic in Blair Atholl Golf Estate

This beautiful ‘plaas huis’ is set in the picturesque hills of the Magaliesberg and is surrounded by countryside, wildlife and filled with birdsong. 

4 Bedroom House for sale in Blair Atholl Golf Estate, Centurion

Walking through the main gates of this Country Manor, you are greeted by the delightful courtyard gardens and a home that has been built for comfort, relaxation and tranquility. 

The property features imported American light oak floors in all 4 luxurious bedroom suites fitted with dressing rooms and imported Turkish Travetine flooring in the sumptuous bathrooms. 

The ‘plaas’ kitchen has a large centre island where many family gatherings have been enjoyed. There is a separate scullery and laundry. The kitchen opens up onto the lovely courtyard and to the living room that flows out to the large patio and countryside beyond. 

The dining room is elegant and has access to the patio. There is a big study with doors out to the courtyard. Two bedrooms suites are located on this level. 

The stairs lead up to another two bedroom suites and a quaint study. There is a large patio that offers unobstructed views of the estate. 

Special features: Golf room, home automation, cameras, underfloor heating, water storage tanks, water filtration and much more. 

Conveniently located near Lanseria Airport for those who travel regularly and just minutes from the business district, amenities and brilliant schools. Blair Atholl brings the spirit of country living and an abundance of pristine natural beauty. Blair Atholl is situated 15 minutes north of Fourways and lies within easy access to private schools such as Heronbridge College and Pecanwood College.

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