Elegant Regency details combine with stylish contemporary additions; smart floor planning creates a suite of extraordinary bedrooms, as well as a large roof terrace. This remarkable detached contemporary house is situated at gate one of the Copperleaf Golf Estate. Designed by Elma Theron of Baumhaus Design studio, the property sits on 1,100 square meters of land. The entrance to the house features a double-volume entryway with a water feature by the front door. To divert from the vertical confines of the traditional period fare, the home is constructed of red brick and is designed with sweeping open-plan spaces throughout. The house is designed in two principal sections. The large, double-story property includes a dining area, a living room, a patio, a utility room, and four bedrooms with en suite bathrooms.
Upon entering the house one walks into the tv room, which is separated by a rock-cladding wall, and having a back-to-back lounge area with a gas fireplace. In the main living area, the kitchen is central. This spacious kitchen is filled with light thanks to the stack of glass doors. Designed with islands that house a gas hob and extractor as well as a preparation sink and appliances on the other side. Underfloor heating extends throughout, and an Elim Sound System has been installed to refresh the house. The outside area is composed of a covered patio with outside dining and lounging set and a braai area. Around the house are stacked glass doors that lead to the landscaped gardens, heated pool, and firepit. The single-story section is a flatlet with a private garden.
The staircase to the upper levels ascends to the four bedrooms. The master bedroom suite has a balcony in front of the garden below. The balcony can however be converted into an entertainer’s area. While the remaining three bedrooms have an en suite shower, and one bedroom with a Juliet balcony. All the rooms come with air conditioning.