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04/30/2020 - 00:00

One of a kind, built in 1865 and previous home to one of South Africa's historic figures. This home has been beautifully renovated and brought to life with the most tender love and care from its current owner. This home is immaculate with a touch of modern but still keeping the classic elegant and sophisticated splendor.  

This home was built on a 2500 square meter stand with the most beautiful landscaped gardens and an abundance of fruit trees including apricot, peach, orange, lemon and fig trees, with 3 water tanks this garden is easily maintainable.  

Entering the house from the front porch you will notice the beautiful lead glass windows, each room in the home has access to the outside porches, ideal for enjoying a cup of tea with your morning newspaper.  The home has beautiful wooden floors and high ceilings giving you the feel of space and openness in each room. This home consists of 3 spacious bedrooms all with en-suit bathrooms, the main bedroom has a pajama lounge/hobby room and fireplace ideal to cuddle up with your favorite book or person... there is a study, dining room, lounge and tv room with a fireplace.

The Kitchen is fitted with the finest granite counter tops, SMEG gas stove and hob, separate scullery/pantry, a separate laundry and separate washing up area. The original coal stove in the kitchen is a bonus. This kitchen is any wife's dream come true!  

The back yard is for the entertainer, with a sparkling pool, boma and veranda overlooking the lush greenery, you will find a storage room, outside bathroom and a double electric garage, and electric gate.  

If this home is speaking to your soul, open up and let this home invite you to create your own journey of discovery, full of wonderful new memories for the next 100 years!!  

Exclusively for sale by Property Professionals Phone us Today for your private viewing - Tania Pienaar 083 331 1916

Asking price: R2 500 000

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Created
Wed, 01/29/2020 - 13:11

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