A taste of Balinese architecture in Africa
This hidden oasis, located in the Northwest Province features 1,200 square meters of the modern sanctuary on over 6,948 square meters of land. The Zen-inspired home represents a minimalist philosophy combined with a balanced, visually appealing design. South African designer Brain Leib managed to achieve both aesthetically pleasing and functional areas in the home by creating a subtle Balinese feel for the interior. Landscaped tranquil Japanese gardens welcome you into this world-class home, which boasts a sleek contemporary aesthetic that is enhanced by a wealth of natural materials, soaring ceilings and elegant finishes complete this impressive home. Located over a pond, the gated entrance is adorned with a Buddha statue that enhances the Zen feel of the building. A large section of the house is dedicated to communal spaces that include an open-plan room with a dining room equipped with bulkheaded lighting and sound system; a large eat-in kitchen, Wine Cellar and two bars. On the upper floor, you will find traditional, while on the lower floor you will find hi-tech. The residence is completed by fi bedrooms, including the serene master suite, which offers a private balcony with wildlife views, spa-like bathroom, and spectacular showroom closet. Michelle Decker's artwork graces the Zebra and Griffe decorated suites in the other wing, which serves as a guest area separate from the main home. This luxury home features resort-caliber amenities, including a 12-meter lap pool, steam room, and Rasul- Spa, a fitness center, offices that can accommodate six people, high-speed fiber, a gaming area, and a movie theatre. Also, a separate garden cottage is featured within the home. This property listed by Urbantrend Properties & Developments, incorporates tranquility and peace while bringing the classical philosophy of Zen to the contemporary world. The exceptional home features breathtaking sights of nature and wildlife, bringing to mind a truly exotic African lifestyle.