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Beauty and class in Blair Atholl Golf Estate

Blair Atholl blends old-world country estate living and modern amenities. Set amidst the undulating landscape of the golf course, surrounding riverine flora and beautiful Magaliesberg Mountain range. 



Looking out from the golf clubhouse you will appreciate the perfect balance between new and old, natural and suburban. The ambiance strikes a chord in the soul: it’s so easy to simply exhale and accept that this could be home. Half of Blair Atholl's 600 ha stretches across land that previously belonged to world famous golfer Gary Player and boasts some of the lowest density housing in the country - with an average of one home to every two hectares of land. 



This means that our 329 stands (at an average 3 700 m2 each) are separated by at least half an acre of natural vegetation, so you can rest assured that there will always be plenty of space between you and a handful of select neighbours.


 
This home is a celebration of modern contemporary architecture by Igor Baleta in Blair Atholl.  Entailing 5 en suite bedrooms and 4 entertainment rooms with Morso fireplaces making this home perfect for entertaining.  The entertainment rooms flow onto a spacious and beautiful patio with north facing views over a rim flow swimming pool  and onto the Crocodile River.   Completing this home are 7 garages, triple staff accommodation, Jacuzzi, fire pit and your very own private dam.



ZAR 17,5 million
Total area: 3 036m2
Living Area: 1 000m2
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 4½


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