Property Pick - Bushveld tranquility in Hoedspruit

This aesthetically pleasing bushveld home situated in the sought-after Leadwood Wildlife Estate, Hoedspruit was designed to incorporate all the elements from the earth, surrounding nature and wildlife, to form a haven in the bushveld. 

4 Bedroom House for sale in Leadwood Wildlife Estate, Hoedspruit

This house was designed by a world famous wildlife photographer, who saw the potential for capturing wildlife through his lens from the patio. This combined with modern conveniences makes it the ideal retreat for nature lovers. 

The house has a large open plan entertainment area, stunning modern kitchen and with artfully decorated furniture and memorabilia from Africa that is included in the purchase price. There are 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms in the main house. The living room is gorgeous with exposed wooden beams, that opens up to the modern kitchen and leads into the second entertainment room with stack doors connecting to the deck. 

From the deck you can enjoy sun downers or make use of the sparkling rim flow swimming pool. Outside you will find a separate 1 bedroom en suite chalet to the side of the main building and 2 carports. 

Leadwood estate forms part of a 15 000 hectare Blue Canyon Conservancy that has an abundance of big game and plains game. Safety is of utmost importance to this estate, all the fences are electrified with manned gates and roving patrols. 

Situated only 15 kms from Hoedspruit, 450 kms from Johannesburg and only 25 minutes from Eastgate Airport where daily flights to Johannesburg are the norm. Making this ideal for a holiday home and the ultimate Big 4 experience (no buffalos)

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