The property boasts unobstructed views of the surrounding countryside and is in the middle of Mooikloof making it one of the most desired positions.
This WP Bosch masterpiece combines the best of a South African design with a sense of balance, peace and tranquillity that was inspired by travels by the owners through the bushveld. The property boasts unobstructed views of the surrounding countryside and is in the middle of Mooikloof making it one of the most desired positions. The utterly clever combination of Rhodesian Teak and porcelain tiles on the floors and natural granite and sandstone on the walls plays with your mind – is it rustic…..is it modern or simply both! By now you will realise that this house is extraordinary and not the normal country or modern property. The drive up to the house is an experience you will not forget. It starts off with the enormous access gates, a masterpiece on its own, then you look up to the gorgeous house in front of you with its slate roof and you then just know you have not seen something like this before. Every room in this house is incomparable. All four bedrooms are en suite with ceiling high solid Kiaat cupboards. The master bedroom has a walk-in dressing room, its own lounge and kitchenette and is as big as a flat on its own. As the Kiaat wood is also used in the door frames, sliding doors and louvres it creates a uniformity throughout the house adding to the easy flow of the layout. Every room in the house apart from the bathrooms is equipped with a plantation fan, fireplace and where floors are tiled, it has underfloor heating. 2 Entertainment areas plus a boma plus a man cave with a bar big enough to fit bottles of wine offers options for entertaining guests. Weather or the size of the gathering will have no influence on your party arrangements as you either open the sliding doors or keep them closed thereby keeping the weather out and the size of the area you need to entertain big enough or small enough. You will be able to entertain between 50 and 80 guests easily. Utilities are maximised on the property. The house and garden are fully reliant on the boreholes. A UV filter system cleans the water. Only 2 of the 4 boreholes are currently providing enough water to keep everything running. Water is stored in 3 X 15 000litre tanks. There are 28 solar panels and a huge generator. The kitchen is equipped with a gas hob and 2 electric ovens. Other features include: an executive study/boardroom, opportunity to install a lift – space already created during the design of the house, orchard with several kinds of fruit trees, automated sprinkler system with rain delay system, Koi pond, salt water pool with heat pump, 6 garages with one fit for a caravan, 2 store rooms, central air conditioning for the 3 upstairs bedrooms, dining room and TV-room, huge walk-in safe approved for an arms collector, gym, all bedrooms and TV-rooms equipped with TV-connections and lastly a three bedroomed servants’ quarter with its own kitchen, 2 bathrooms and is fully air conditioned.