Achieving continuity has been a major focus of this home. The sandstone that was used to built the house on the outside as well as the bordering walls were complimented by marble and granite in abundance inside, therefore enhancing the connectivity between the spaces to achieve the desired fluidity.
Built specifically for the 21st century in South Africa. A low maintenance, sandstone built house and a true reflection of everything a house should have to survive in the year 2015 in South Africa. Top quality finishes have been used throughout the house: marble, granite, and porcelain tiles have been used in abundance; LED lights (inside and outside), solar warm water, solar under-floor heating, solar pool heating (heatpump for cloudy days); all floors insulated with polyethelyne and ceramics; all inside walls and ceilings painted with ceramic insulation; all windows are double laminated for insulation and security; central evaporative cooling, pressurisation and extraction system; under counter reverse osmosis water system; double thick roof insulation; UPS on lights and TV room; echo free cinema, 20kVA generator, 2-post lift in garage, full size (proper built) green and bunker. The easy-flow single-level home (only a huge playroom, gym and cinema are on the first floor) is ideal for a family who likes entertaining with the open-plan kitchen and all the living rooms, bar and braai interlinked to each other and running out onto the stunning swimming pool and rolling lawns of the huge established garden. Furthermore the house offers: 5 bedrooms all with en suite bathrooms, study, 4 living rooms, home theatre/cinema, an extra entertainment room/playroom where gym equipment fits easily in one corner and 11 garages. 1 Servant’s quarter or transform a few of the garages should more be needed, granite boma, 2 boreholes, electronic sprinkler system. All the features are contributing to the low running expenses of this home on a daily basis. Achieving continuity has been a major focus of this home. The sandstone that was used to built the house on the outside as well as the bordering walls were complimented by marble and granite in abundance inside, therefore enhancing the connectivity between the spaces to achieve the desired fluidity. In the garden you will find a priceless gem: 200 Truffle trees! In it’s current state very small (3 years) but in a few years’ time it will offer the owner who is prepared to take over the license of growing truffels a significant amount of income. There are also two hothouses for growing flowers or vegetables.