Offering an ultra-modern design complemented with the latest architectural design, an impressive Chateau creates an impressive impression of glamour and luxury. This residence offers a perfect balance of style, elegance, and functionality through the use of glass balustrades throughout.
An oasis of tranquillity greets you at the entrance with a Zen Garden and wall fountain. The large wooden front door with glass panels at the end of the concealed entrance walkway leads directly into the home's living area featuring a built-in TV unit, a floor-to-ceiling marble-clad feature fireplace, and a large open kitchen at one end. As you enter the property, you are greeted with an impressive staircase that leads to the main reception. There is also an expansive covered patio with a small splash pool and water feature extending out to a garden area that immediately attracts attention. A massive indoor-outdoor space can be created by hiding the full-length patio doors within the walls.
The dining room and gourmet kitchen, which has high glass cabinetry, integrated SMEG appliances, a microwave, and a coffee maker, are within easy reach of the climate-controlled wine room. A breakfast bar and prep bowl are located on the central island. Featuring a large built-in fridge, separate scullery, and laundry area it is fully functional. For privacy and sound reasons, a boma with a garden is located away from the mainline area. A study/ gym is also featured in this home with a guest bedroom with a shower en-suite.
The impressive main bedroom must rank as one of the most impressive to be found in any house located on the first floor, up a sweeping staircase. It has a built-in headboard with base, an oversized bathroom with a his-and-hers vanity, an outdoor shower, as well as a walk-in closet with mirror sliders and tinted glass make up the main en-suite bathroom. On this floor, there are two additional bedrooms with a shared bathroom.
The home has a 3-car garage as well as off-street parking for more cars. Other features that can be seen in the house would be the bulkhead ceiling units with strip lights, solar panels and backup batteries, and a cube-like floating patio.