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Property Pick - Contemporary gem in Midrand

This magnificent ambassadorial home is set on a 3216m² stand in the prestigious, peaceful and serene Midstream Estate. 


5 Bedroom House for sale in Midstream Estate, Midrand

This breathtaking masterpiece is very private, it is the pinnacle of luxury living, an entertainer’s dream and a child’s paradise.

The double, automated entrance gates welcomes you to a porte cochere, leading into a double-volume entrance hall of grandeur living. A spiral staircase in the fully-fitted double-volume study, sweeps you up to the library where hours can be spent going through books. Large, free-flowing reception rooms and a rosewood bar open onto a huge patio enclosed with frameless glass and automatic open/close doors, overlooking a stunning landscaped garden. The 2 lounges downstairs have gas fireplaces and built-in tv/wall units and the dining room has a solid-teak wooden floor. The beautiful kitchen has it’s own tea patio, set in a romantic garden. 

A pajama lounge upstairs, is nestled in between the 4 spacious bedrooms, all en-suite, opening onto verandas and patios with beautiful views over Centurion. 

Outside, a man-made cobbling stream flows into a koi-pond where sundowners can be enjoyed in the adjoining gazebo overlooking the sparkling pool. 

This luxurious residence is classically designed with high ceilings and master-craftsmen finishes and has been built for comfort and opulence as well as for the entertainment of guests. 

Other features: Designed by SBE Architects; separate gym/man cave/teenage pad/office with bathroom; bedrooms are large with lots of custom-made cupboards and 3 of 4 has solid teak wooden floors; solar heating system for pool; 5 x Daikin low energy air-conditioners strategically placed in the house, central sound system downstairs, trio lights in most rooms and heater-lights in bathrooms; computerised irrigation system; area under stairs converted into cool wine cellar; gas BBQ on downstairs patio and wood BBQ on upstairs patio; separate pantry, scullery; big staff quarters; 


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