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Property Pick - Designer Glam in Dainfern Valley

This exquisite home, which was thoughtfully designed and built with great attention to detail by the sellers for the comfort of their own family, can now be acquired by you, although it is leased until June 2015. Look forward to the day when you will enjoy the luxury of living in these spacious rooms with views up and down the river, while collecting the rental in the meantime. 


4 Bedroom House for sale in Dainfern Valley, Sandton

The ground floor is paved throughout with travertine marble, as is the staircase and the pyjama lounge upstairs. Extra high ceilings and custom-made windows enhance the ambiance of spacious, easy, open-plan living. For cooler weather, there are Morso fireplaces, gas fireplaces and underfloor heating. 

Entertaining is a synch on the wide patio with built-in braai, which connects to the living room through stacking doors. The country-style kitchen has granite tops, a centre island with a wooden top and butler’s sink, and a large gas / electric stove and oven in an alcove, to inspire food preparation. Guests may well join you here, open-plan as it is, and no less inviting and handsome than the living rooms, with its chandelier, display cabinets, feature stone wall and Morso fireplace. 

Upstairs are three bedrooms with wooden floors, all en suite, and all large enough to accommodate study and sitting areas. All have generous windows and balconies, affording spectacular views of the river. You will forget that you are in Johannesburg. 

Downstairs there is also a study, the guest suite and under-stair storage which can be used as a wine cellar. A central vacuum system is another perk. 

There are four automated garages which lead directly into the house, with ample off-road parking for visitors on the paved area in front of the house. 


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