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Blair Atholl Golf Estate - International property investor’s dream location

Blending the surroundings of the picturesque Magaliesburg Mountain range and a world-class golf course, with high-tech security and privacy, Blair Atholl is one of the most exclusive and sought-after estates in Gauteng’s northern suburbs. 


4 Bedroom House for sale in Blair Atholl Golf Estate, Centurion

Ideally situated close to Lanseria International Airport, it is the perfect residence for international businesses to host their high profile employees working in South Africa on long-term contracts.

Broker/Owner of RE/MAX Masters, Glenn Norton, whose office services the northern and North West suburbs of Gauteng, says that Blair Atholl has become the benchmark estate for property investors looking for a synergy between pristine natural beauty and all the benefits that living within a prestigious housing estate provides.

According to Donna Sipman, RE/MAX Masters Sales Associate, Blair Atholl is in high demand among property buyers, firstly due its exclusivity and privacy; and secondly due to its ideal positioning. “Apart from the fact that the estate is home to features such as an award-winning, Gary Player designed golf course, which was rated as the fourth best golf course in South Africa 2014 by Golf Digest, the estate is also conveniently located near the airport and major transport routes for business travel,” she adds.

Sipman notes that security is often the main concern for internationals coming to South Africa. Blair Atholl has spared no expense in ensuring that security is its main priority. With 24-hour ground and vehicle security teams, CCTV and biometric entry points, corporates can be confident their executives will be safe during their stay.

Other features that have added to the estate’s allure include an excellent restaurant at the clubhouse along with a wellness centre with a training pool, squash and gym facilities. There are extensive nature parks within the estate with small game, as well as an equestrian centre, which offers stabling and equine activities for members. The estate also is equipped with fibre optics throughout allowing each home to operate seamlessly using state-of-the-art ‘Smart Home' technology.



“With security often a determining factor for where property buyers choose to purchase their homes, security and lifestyle estates have become an extremely popular choice with buyers willing to pay higher prices for these types of properties,” says Adrian Goslett, CEO of RE/MAX of Southern African. “The popularity of these estates generally makes them excellent investment options due to their returns over the long term.”

According to Sipman, one of the homes that RE/MAX Masters is marketing within Blair Atholl  is the ideal property for those high-level executives who enjoy entertaining as every reception area door opens up completely to the undercover patio, bar, swimming pool and enormous garden with river-frontage. On the market for R22 million, the ultra-modern, immaculately finished home offers an open-plan designer kitchen with a separate scullery and dining area for easy entertaining.
 
“There are four en-suite bedrooms and the impressive main bedroom has a seating area, a luxurious bathroom and a sizeable dressing room. Other features include five garages, a gym and a generous study, which makes this the ideal home for the executive,” says Sipman. “Located in one of the country’s most exclusive housing estates, this home with all its features leaves very little to be desired,” she concludes.


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