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Property Pick - Equestrian lifestyle in Doornhoek

A majestic home situated on a 1/2 acre stand (4798 sqm) for sale in the upmarket Doornhoek Equestrian Estates in Tzaneen. The home is situated on a hill-top providing magnificent 270 degree mountain views. 


3 Bedroom House for sale in Doornhoek, Tzaneen

This awe-inspiring architect-designed, interior-decorated home exudes charm and sophistication: from the circular cobble stone driveway, to the moment you enter the awe-inspiring "Great Room" with it's high, vaulted ceilings and front- & rear-panel folding glass doors, and on to the spacious bedrooms with Plantation-style shutter doors that open up to the most incredible views across the estate. This home shouts "class and elegance" and offers the discerning homeowner an array of incredible features - brass taps, fixtures and accessories throughout; overhead fans and air-conditioning throughout; granite counter tops; master walk-in closet; fireplace with teak mantle; exclusive chandeliers; pre-wired DSTV and plug points; stereo conduits; gas conduits; rosa stone slate floors; custom-built cupboards and cabinets with adjustable shelving.... the list goes on, and on. 

The "Great Room" incorporates a spacious and airy lounge, a gourmet kitchen to die for (with a European stove with gas-cook top and electric convection oven/broiler oven/warming plate; stainless steel extractor and bulkhead over L-island with down-lights), a casual dining area and a bar area. When the front and rear glass panel doors are open, the entire "Great Room" space is unified - from the back porch with its views of the indigenous landscaped gardens, to the front deck with rim-flow pool - that has sweeping views over the entire estate and the wildlife and horses that roam free therein. The kitchen has a separate scullery and pantry, separate from the "Great Room". 

The bedrooms are separated into main and guest wings, flowing off the "Great Room" - to the east and west - and offering complete privacy to both homeowner and guest, alike. The guest wing has 2 spacious bedrooms, and one bathroom with bath and shower. All the sinks are granite with brass fittings. The main bedroom wing - with built-in flat-screen TV installed, has a walk-in closet and make-up corner, and en-suite bathroom with granite tub, shower with frameless shower door and separate loo. There is an outdoor shower on the deck leading off from the bathroom, where you can shower directly under the African skies. The bedrooms all have designer cupboards, with adjustable shelving, air-conditioning, ceiling fans, shutter doors that open out onto the deck and DSTV points and receptacles. 

Outside, there is a double garage with electric doors. The security system is sophisticated, incorporating double exterior doors with lockable shutters for ventilation in bedrooms, and dual area interior and exterior alarm-system on the exterior verandas. There is also night-time security lighting. The garden is landscaped, with a timed-irrigation system inclusive of low maintenance trees, plants and lawn. There is a borehole in the estate, and the home uses both borehole and municipal water. There is a water pressure booster pump and reservoir tank, and an over/under voltage protection on the electrical service. 

There is also a horse corral, and a vegetable garden where the owner grows mielies and chillis. This is really a home worth viewing, and is designed for entertaining and luxurious living in a wonderful equestrian security estate, with stables for your horses. If you are in the market to purchase a lifestyle of unparalleled luxury, this home is definitely for you!


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