Afro sense and Euro sensibility create a beautiful blend in this relaxed yet sophisticated Colonial home in the heart of suburbia.  Benefiting from high ceilinged rooms for grandeur entertaining, this charming home is also private, comfortable and safe and is situated in an unbeatable location. Once home to local hero Louis Liepoldt and now featuring sumptuous luxury that captures the splendid ambience of a bygone era, it has also been featured in “World of Interiors” magazine.

Occupation : 1 February 2010 or later

Size of ground:  1436 m2

Wrap around verandah and breezeway entrance hall
Family room with gas fireplace
Double aspect living room and dining room, double doors lead outdoors to patio and pool
A country kitchen (35 x 5) that combines old fashioned charm with modern gadgetry and efficient planning, open wood fire, underfloor heating, laboratory sinks, plumbed for dishwasher, electric oven with gas hob, and separate butler’s pantry
Main bedroom with en-suite bathroom with double basins, Victorian bath, shower
Second bedroom with dressing area, en-suite shower room
Garden apartment with separate entrance, own parking, lounge, open plan kitchenette, separate bedroom with en-suite bathroom (shower over half bath)
Separate private granny flat outside with en-suite bathroom and kitchenette
Guest toilet
Swimming pool area with patio
Two car garaging and parking in sweeping driveway behind security gates with auto control
Large private gardens with 150 year old oak trees
Laundry room