The property on offer is situated in Three Rivers - Meyerton, Gauteng.
Windows in a home are not only an important source of lighting and warmth but also add to some form of aesthetic but also denotes a period in time of architectural style and possible a place in history when this architectural feature was prominent.
The lattice windows of this home date back to the 16th Century architectural style typical of the Tudor dynasty.
The combination of art deco and strong Tuscan angular walls with the slow pitched roof temper the lines of the lattice windows in a perfect style.
Living areas in this family home are well-defined and at the same time have a natural flow. And informal lounge or sun room if you will has high pressed ceilings for added coolness.
Leading of the informal lounge one steps into the formal lounge which is well-proportioned and sports pressed ceilings and an air-conditioning unit.
The family dining room is a soft gentle space with the perfect lighting and is well located from the kitchen in a more formal setting.
The kitchen enjoys attention to detail and functionality with a modern edge from granite countertops which offer endless worktop space with a natural flow and fashionable durable oak veneer clad cupboards offering tidy volumes of storage space for utensils and groceries. Modern down lighting will work perfectly in the evenings.
The master bedroom is well-proportioned and enjoys the perfect amount of sunlight and views over the manicured garden. High pressed ceilings will ensure cool summer temperatures. Voluminous built-in cupboard space will ensure crease free clothing. The en-suite bathroom steps into the current custom range of bathrooms with silver nano polished tiling, high gloss wall tiling and a double vanity and corner bath with the obligatory gadget shower.
The remaining two bedrooms are a feature with parquet wood flooring and perfect sun lighting. They offer large built-in cupboard space.
The second bathroom serving the home is a work of art in craftsmanship and the clever use of period feature items like the wood panelling walls, bath and basin.
The size of the property was utilised to its full with a flatlet situated in the back of the garden and not as an afterthought with a large lounge, spacious sunny bedroom and fashionable bathroom.
The entertainment on offer is a closed Jacuzzi, under roof braai and a sparkling pool located in the privacy of the manicured back garden.
Parking provided is a double lock-up garage and a double carport.