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Property Pick - Luxury family living in Bloemfontein

Set in a lush, established garden our Property Pick of the day is a family home with luxurious finishes and contemporary design in Waverley, Bloemfontein


4 Bedroom House for sale in Waverley, Bloemfontein

From the moment you step into this luxury family dwelling with its high ceilings and extra large rooms, the feeling of being home, overwhelms you. 

This spectacular double-storey family home not only offers 4 en-suite super large bedrooms but already has approved building plans for a 5th en-suite bedroom and also boasts a built in bar, fireplace, air conditioners and 3 entertainment areas. 

As an added extra, a guest suite, completely separate from the main house plus a separate studio which can be utilized as a playroom for the kids or an office from home, can secure a possible extra income of approximately R10 000 per month of maybe more. Have a sundowner on your enclosed patio while watching the kids play in the lush landscaped garden which is well irrigated with borehole water and creates an environment of tranquillity, while the hubby get’s the built in braai going. 

Safety and security are key in this sought after neighbourhood. 


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