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Property Pick - Contemporary style in Sandton

This stunning property is located in one of the exclusive estates in Morningside, Sandton and with its contemporary design and world-class finishes it is easy to see why it is our Property Pick of the day


4 Bedroom House for sale in Morningside, Sandton

The 440 square meter home is a double story home which has a double volume entrance hall making a statement as you enter the home. The ground floor has the entertainment and living areas consisting of a formal lounge, open plan dining room and very modern kitchen which leads into the family room. The ground floor has wooden shutter doors and fitted American blinds which allows for inside and outside entertaining. The kitchen was also designed to be open plan with inside and outside breakfast nooks. The shutter doors all lead onto the covered patio, pool and the garden. Downstairs there is a guest bedroom with its own en-suite bathroom. 

The home leads up the spiral stairs into a study nook where there are three more modern bedrooms all with solid wood floors, fitted American shutters and their own en-suite bathrooms. The master bedroom is very spacious and has a stunning bathroom, walk in closet and its own balcony. The home is very well designed and the layout has a good flow between inside and outside spaces. The complex is very secure and it is pet friendly. 

This classy property is fit for all seasons and a must see for any buyer looking for a home at the upper end of the Sandton market. 



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