This cluster house design is a perfect mix of modern, contemporary and art deco, containing splashes of colour throughout. It includes several features which ensure the utmost comfort and enhance the living experience. Upon arrival, you are met by a sedate waterfall shimmering down the front façade, from the rooftop swimming pool, into a small pond alongside the main entrance.
The entrance passage is tastefully adorned with modern art and has a direct view through the house to the covered patio and garden outside. You continue to the open plan lounge, dining and family rooms. The floor finish is made from horned marble, which along with the red Caesarstone kitchen tops brightly coloured furniture add exuberance to the house interior.
A marble staircase with sandblasted glass railing lit both by a crystal venetian chandelier and with natural light through the glazed clearstory windows. This takes you up to the first storey and onto the rooftop containing a living roof garden and open patio with timber pergola and majestic views overlooking the trees of Johannesburg.
Built in 2015 it houses state of the art technologies and sustainable green design practices. The living roof garden helps reduce the building’s carbon footprint and Polyurethane insulation in the surface bed keeps the ground level at a comfortable temperature. The tinted full height windows reduce the penetration of the harsh sun harsh sunlight. The lounge houses a “Calore glass fireplace” which is a real wood fireplace with a central heating system that allows the heat to filter evenly to all rooms in the house over both levels. The sound and lighting systems are both states of the art and can be controlled remotely throughout the house. To allow for the utmost functionability and no wastage.
The home is sited on a 1500 sq meter ground with a lush beautiful garden and comfortable 27m2 swimming pool with water feature.