Throughout the entire design process, emphasis was placed on the natural beauty of Constantia, which frames the two residences in a kind of love letter. Overlooking the twelfth hole of the golf course the symbiosis of nature and home complements its surroundings. Situated on a cul-de-sac, this delightful five-bedroom Victorian farmhouse features an endearing stone facade and mullion windows. With its spacious entertaining areas, this residence is a great place to gather with family and friends. With beautiful views of the golf course from the gourmet kitchen, a SMEG oven and walk-in pantry with a scullery are featured in the kitchen as well. Flowing from the kitchen is the open living and dining area, to the TV room which features a wood combustion fireplace. An exposed wood truss roof adorns the patio that features panoramic views of the Magaliesburg mountains. The house also features a study and staff accommodation. Upon going up the wooden staircase one is invited into the pajama lounge with a built-in wall unit. The upper floor boasts four additional bedrooms. A truly special estate that provides privacy and luxury as well as the opportunity to live away from the hustle and bustle of the city.