7 Bedroom farm for sale in North Riding AH, Randburg
Web Ref: 1135809
MAGNIFICENT HOME, MAGNIFICENT LIFESTYLE IN NORTH RIDING:
This magnificent homestead in quiet, boomed-off area of North Riding AH, exudes refinement, peace and tranquility: Surrounded by equestrian estates and situated in a quiet horseshoe, this property is sprawled over 2.93ha of manicured lawns and gardens, with indigenous trees, flora and fauna in abundance. The Manor house offers state of the art living on two levels, with 4 bedrooms, study, 3 luxurious and modern bathrooms, a kitchen to delight any chef, a formal dining-room, lounge and games room – all opening with sliders onto the park-like gardens and entertainment areas. In addition, two cottages, cottage 1 with 2 bedrooms, large living area, open plan kitchen and veranda, cottage two, 1-bedroom, open plan kitchen and living areas with veranda. Numerous outbuildings offers so many options. The property is serviced by 3 Phase City Power, however the industrial sized generator runs quietly in support of the entire property, when required. The over-sized swimming pool and surroundings are good enough to sport on the cover of any lifestyle magazine. The entire boundary is electric fenced, for your added peace of mind. North Riding has a strong community focus, in addition the location is perfect and ideal for ease of access to all the major transport routes (N1, Fourways, Midrand & Lanseria) – you are within 5 minutes of top schools, medical facilities and shopping centres. Looking at the skyrocketing values of land in this suburb, this is an exceptional investment. Call today for your private tour of this magnificent property.
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