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Property Pick - Architectural Masterpiece in Roodepoort

This exquisite agricultural property in Ruimsig, Roodepoort which is uniquely styled offers more than expected. 


5 Bedroom House for sale in Ruimsig, Roodepoort

Particularly planned for luxury family living offering great space for entertaining. This home offers immaculate finishes, luxurious spaces and exceptional living areas. From entrance, you’ll be astound by the attention to detail, planning and care which has gone into the design of this extensive home. 

The home boasts 5 bedrooms en suite bathrooms (full), Study, Exercise room opt 6th bedroom, guest toilet, dining room, gourmet kitchen fitted with Cherry wood cupboards and granite tops top of the range appliances, scullery, pantry, laundry, TV Room, pyjama lounge with kitchenette for convenience, 3 garages with direct entrance to pantry or entrance hall, covered patio with built-in gas braai, another guest toilet, and an enclosed Rhodesian teak wood bar. 

Luxurious finishes: 

· Porcelain tiles 
· Cherry wood kitchen with granite tops 
· Rhodesian Teak wood bar 
· Van Dyck carpets in bedrooms all en suite 
· Main bed offers his and hers walk in closets 
· All living areas fitted with sliding doors 
· All bedroom fitted with sliding doors 
· Laundry with ample “packing” space 
· Outside water points every 20m 
· High Tec under floor heating 
· Down lights, crystal chandelier 
· Double volume ceilings 
· CCTV camera, alarm, electric fence 
· Ample power points 

And much, much more… 


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