Property Pick - Modern contemporary in Bryanston

A Modern contemporary provincial style 4 bedroomed home in secure street in Bryanston, Sandton is our Property Pick of the day.

4 Bedroom House for sale in Bryanston
The open plan double volume exposed trusses, surrounded by skylights to let in natural light sets the tone for the rest of the home. Featuring fitted Rhodesian Teak built-in bar, dining room with gas fireplace and a lounge with wood burning fire place. 

The sliding doors open out to the undercover patio, which runs the full length of the front of the home, with a built-in gas cooker. Surrounded by a lush garden and swimming pool, which is fenced for child safety. 

Inter-leading doors open into the TV lounge and breakfast nook with a gas fireplace, which screens off the spacious kitchen. The kitchen is very provincial, with white fitted cupboards, tan Caesar stone counter tops and a center island, which houses a drop-in bin and a prep bowl. Features include a fitted Hydro boil for instant hot water, induction and gas stove, a fitted double eye level oven. Separate scullery. 

The bedrooms are secured by roller shutter security door, which closes off the 3 en suite bedrooms separated by a pyjama lounge/study. 

The main bedroom has a his and hers dressing room, his and hers shower and jacuzzi bath. The bedroom suite is surrounded by windows with double volume ceiling and exposed trusses and gas fireplace. Included in this area is a walk in linen cupboard.

The spacious guest bedroom suite with bathroom is separated from the family bedrooms.The courtyard area consists of double staff accommodation with bathroom, additional separate toilet/ shower for a gardener, fully fitted laundry room and single garage/storeroom. 

Extra length double automated garages, with store room that could be utilized as a wine cellar. Additional garden storeroom. The driveway has ample parking for guests. Property surrounded with electric fence, alarm. 

Centrally situated in secure boomed street.

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