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Property Pick - Designer chic in Glentana

Walking into this Glentana, Western Cape property will feel like walking into the pages of a designer magazine.


5 Bedroom House for sale in Glentana

The top level of this house has 5 bedrooms, all of which are en-suite, a study and a TV lobby. To further enhance the convenience there is a lift that can take you to all three levels of the property.

On the ground floor you will find a Ferrari designed kitchen fitted with R1 million’s worth of Gaggenau appliances and a separate scullery area.  A beautifully designed lounge, sun room and dining room. You can braai year round in the enclosed braai area.

The basement is like none other that you have ever seen - a wine dining area and wine racks for over 4000 bottles with chillers.

In the control room a Cebus system that control the lighting, sound and a computer system for the control of the house equipment.

Some extra features include a luggage storage room, pantry, walk in freezer, walk in cooler room, fitted cinema and seating and a pool table area/ games room 

Other features: 

House is run on the Cebus system (i.e. can be controlled via computer / cell phone/ tablet) – remotely. Highly sophisticated technology. 
Garden watering system 
Award winning pool 
Fresh air system that runs throughout the house to control humidity 
Air-conditioning 
Underfloor and carpet cleaning 
Eco energy saving lighting (walk into the bathrooms and the lights turn on and then turn off if no movement detected) 
Sound equipment throughout – controlled by the Cebus system, Bose. Can be linked to CD, Ipod, or TV 
TV sets in all the bedrooms and entertainment areas. ( 9 in total) 
Three phase power 
Gas supply to kitchen hob and fireplace in the lounge 
Alarm system 


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