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Sneak a peek inside this multi-million rand Harties home: Could it make your heart skip a beat?

Published May 27, 2022


The growing norm of remote working has seen a number of people ditching city living, or even their suburban spaces in their home provinces, to escape to other parts of South Africa for a better quality lifestyle.

And if you are someone who has been thinking about doing this, you could consider moving to the Hartbeespoort Dam area in the North West province – and then snapping up this estate home that has recently been featured on IOL Property.

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Jeanine Steyn, the Property Folks agent who is marketing this “exquisite family house” in a sole mandate, says it is built to perfection for a buyer who believes that they deserve only the best lifestyle, peace, and tranquillity after a hard day’s work.

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Situated in Estate d’Afrique, the five-bedroom, five-bathroom home is also the perfect retreat for a family that will appreciate its “spectacular views” of Hartbeespoort Dam and the Magaliesberg mountain range “while relaxing on the closed or open patio, with built in braai, overlooking a sparkling pool”.

Outside, the property has a boma, park-like gardens, and a beautiful water feature, while inside one is greeted by a “charming stairwell”.

“This multi-level family home consists of level garages for four cars, a workshop, storeroom, and huge separate room that can be utilised as a cinema room, man cave, or hobby room,” she says.

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The R8.9 million property also offers a spacious, open-plan lounge with fire place, laundry chute from the top floor, and well-planned gourmet kitchen.

Steyn adds: “Estate d’Afrique boasts a boat launch site, clubhouse, gym, and 24-hour security. Furthermore, it is only a 20-minute drive to Lanseria airport, and located on all the main routes to Gauteng, Pretoria, and Rustenburg.”

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More information and photographs of this property, including whether it is still available, can be found here, while other properties in this area and around the country are listed here.


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