Property Pick - Magnificent Villa in Waterkloof Ridge

This magnificent, generously sized home, with light-flooded rooms, wood panelled walls, ornate sliding doors and lovely parquet floors bring about a great sense of space along with its high ceilings adorned with stucco mouldings. 

5 Bedroom House for sale in Waterkloof Ridge, Pretoria

The interior spans about 1320m² and comprises of many sections offering this home versatility and style. The main house itself comprises of the first section offering a teenage pad with a bedroom and en-suite bathroom, its own TV room and games room or study, private patio as well as small kitchen and bar area, a private entrance giving it versatility to be used as a private attached apartment. 

The other 3 bedrooms on the same level both have their private full bathrooms, one being the master suite and a small TV lounge finishes the upstairs area nicely. Downstairs is a second section with 3 bedrooms, private bathrooms, a small library room and a large study. 

A private entrance finishes it off very nicely giving it versatility to be used as a guest suite with 3 rooms and a library or as a home office with 3 offices and a boardroom and a switchboard system with 4 lines. The third section is a fully fitted 2 bedroom private apartment with 1 full kitchen and large TV room, also with its private entrance making it completely independent from the main house. 

All in all this home offers 9 bedrooms and 9 bathrooms, a large entertainment patio fully enclosed and finished with a bar and food prep area with gas braai. 3 large living areas downstairs with a modern kitchen and a cellar. Surround sound , 3 phase electricity and a guard house.

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