The property on offer is situated in Emalahleni (Witbank), Mpumalanga
Neoclassicism meets an undertone of a Balinese architecture with the primary inspiration attributed to Sir William Hamilton’s explorations of the fallen city of Pompeii. Cues leading to this design philosophy are the support pillars imitating load bearing functions as seen in ancient Greek architecture which also had an aesthetical function.
The patio leading to the anteroom or foyer brings it all into [perspective right down to the detailed pillars and cornices and sunken levels of the home. the extra volume created by the sunken level brings a tranquil atmosphere not unlike being seated in a Roman amphitheatre. The open plan layout of the lounge, TV room and dining room has a natural uninterrupted flow.
The built-in braai set under a covered patio, extends the entertainment outdoors, and is perfectly connected, to make use of the kitchen facilities.
The custom fitted kitchen boasts the latest materials and fittings which have been exquisitely crafted to be a functional ergonomic user-friendly work space. Granite countertops offer loads of worktop surfaces and the rich dark wood veneer clad cupboards offering volumes of highly organised storage space for utensils and groceries.
The master bedroom is a tranquil perfectly lit and well-proportioned space and offers volumes of built-in cupboard space. The custom fitted en-suite bathroom has that Greek, Roman feel with some limestone or sandstone colours and textures, which is expertly fitted.
The remaining two bedrooms are more than generously sized and have large built-in cupboards.
There is a spacious study for the home executive.
Family vehicles are secured in a double automated lock-up garage.