Property Pick - Beauty in Olympus

Set on a corner stand of 960m², this ultra-modern, minimalistic home in Olympus, Pretoria has all the elements for entertaining in privacy and style. 

3 Bedroom House for sale in Olympus, Pretoria

A raised wooden walkway leads to the imposing front door. Huge sliding wooden doors partition off the study which has sheer floor to ceiling glass panels overlooking the Koi pond. There is a full wall of built-in shelving to house a large book collection. 

The dining area is demarcated with wooden flooring. The unique sunken lounge shares a gas fireplace with the dining room. Leading off from this living area is an informal entertainment area with built-in pub and ample space for a billiard table. There is a spacious cinema/TV room with underfloor heating and a wine tasting room which is fully equipped for the wine connoisseur. 

Allowing in natural light, double volume glass panels open up the house to the entertainment area and garden. 

The gourmet custom fitted kitchen makes a bold statement with its solid mahogany cupboards. The scullery leads to a courtyard and to the staff quarters. 

Upstairs a living room enclosed only by sheer glass panels, opens onto the huge patio with its uninterrupted views. 

The huge main bedroom suite has an expanse of windows offering wonderful views. The en-suite bathroom is a statement of sheer luxury. Both bedroom and bathroom are fitted with underfloor heating. Sliding doors open onto a private patio with Jacuzzi and shower. From the balcony, steps lead to the heated pool and garden. On a wing of their own upstairs are the other 2 bedrooms with their en-suite bathrooms. 

This air conditioned home is fitted with state-of-the-art sound system that is piped throughout. The house comes complete with all the custom made curtaining downstairs. 

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