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Property Pick - Extravagance in Waterkloof Ridge

A dream home with eye catching design in Waterkloof Ridge, Pretoria exudes effortless style.


6 Bedroom House for sale in Waterkloof Ridge

The views alone makes this property one of a kind, located on the hill of Waterkloof on a stand of 2 552 square meters and surrounded by embassies adds to the opulence of this property.

This double storey residence of 1 350 square meters oozes luxury and offers an effortless lifestyle.

With its private office wing it is the perfect setting for working from home, this wing features a boardroom, built-in library, full bathroom and own private entrance. The private gate leading to the office wing also has enough parking for at least 20 cars.

There is also a Granny flat with 2 bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms, lounge, dining room, tv room and a covered patio area.

The main house features 4 bedrooms upstairs, each with its own full bathroom (all finished with marble and granite) and balcony. The main and second bedroom also features a lounge and study area with direct access to the lower level.

The large mansion style kitchen has everything your heart could desire and a wine cellar with electronic couplings for an aircon possibility to keep room temperature constant. 

There is also two servants quarters with their own bathrooms. 

A sparkling pool and coral-like koi-pond round off the masterfully designed garden.

5 minutes drive to the Country Club and Brooklyn Mall. 



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