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Property Pick - Modern Masterpiece in Centurion

Situated in one of the most exclusive estates in South Africa our Property Pick of the day is a modern masterpiece in the sought-after Blair Atholl Golf Estate, Centurion.


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

Set on undoubtedly the best stand in the exclusive Estate of Blair Atholl, this remarkable home enjoys views of the golf course, pristine Crocodile River and beautiful countryside and has everything to complete your luxury home wishlist. 

Stepping passed the koi ponds, inside the impressive entrance, with dual floating staircase, one immediately senses the grandeur that awaits you within. The generous proportions of this modern home are astonishing with an open plan concept including the lounges, dining room with incredible wine cellar and gourmet kitchen. The kitchen comprises a walk-in fridge, separate scullery and a noteworthy, biltong-making room. 

Each boundless reception room has a fireplace and opens to the enormous outside spaces with fire-pit, two swimming pools and a designated beach front. Home theatre and additional TV room/playroom. The large bar is a gathering place for visitors. There is a sizeable gym with fantastic views of the countryside. 

This property offers 4 bedroom suites, with a second guest suite or sizeable office space, each with their own balcony. The exceptional main suite has both his and her’s bathrooms and dressing rooms, and its own pajama lounge to laze next to the fireplace. Doors flow out to a viewing patio where sundowners can be enjoyed. A private staircase leads down to the full Spa with ‘freeze’ pool, warm pool, Jacuzzi and steam room. 

Special features include: Home theatre, Wine cellar, Biltong room, full Spa, aircon, under-flooring heating and double glazing throughout. 

The park-like gardens extend to over 9,600m² with a replica green and rolling lawns flowing into the fairway below to the river. Triple staff quarters and 6 garages completes this magnificent mansion. 




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