Modern Hybrid Living
For conservation-minded individuals, the foundation of environmentalism begins at home. The home is not only sustainable through its design, but also elegant, ultra-luxurious, and innovative through its use of cutting-edge technology. The two-story home comes with 2× double garages, plus an additional golf cart garage. This great home was designed by the same architect who created the estate's clubhouse. The walls of the rooms have not been plastered but have been replaced by-product used in hotels or in large buildings which makes the house waterproof, soundproof, and heat/cool resistant. Located just around the golf course greenbelt, this property is on a 1000 square-meter stand and has four bedrooms, with four full bathrooms. This open kitchen, which features UV filtered kitchen tap for drinking water, Caesar stone countertops, is ideal for enjoying family breakfasts together. The airy open-plan home is accentuated by Italian wood-burning fireplaces. The ground floor features a lavish living area surrounding an elegant family room which features a sunken TV area, a dining area with a sliding door to the garden, a separate guest suite that can be converted into an office, while the massive patio allows for extravagant entertaining through its built-in bar and braai area, a sound system that flows throughout the common areas. The first floor of the house contains three suites with magnificent en-suite bathrooms which all have under tile speed heat electrical heating panels. This floor also features a PJ lounge and an additional study. The extra features that are included within the home are that the house is 80% independent of the power grid due to a solar PV system, double-glazing windows in order to regulate the temperature during change of season, double roof insulation, thermal insulation for the garage door battery life, the heat pump is used to heat two 250L geysers, LED lights throughout the house, with Jojo tanks that collect gray water used for the garden. Floating furnishings like worktops and beds reflect the home's economic design, and the home's energy-saving design gives buyers a greener lifestyle.