Modern 5 Bedroom, Tuscan Style House Plan
Ground Floor: 3x Garages; kitchen; scullery; staff room (with shower/wc/whb); lounge; dining; TV room; guest bedroom (en-suite); guest toilet; patio
First Floor: 4x Bedrooms – All en-suite (Main bedroom with WIC); Pyjama lounge; balconies.
This modern 5 bedroom Tuscan style house is really unique. The layout of this modern 5 bedroom home is much more suitable for a property with an elongated-street-boundary. The unique Tuscan features are more pronounced on this house plan. The unique stone cladding and contrasting wall colours offers this modern 5 bedroom home an authentic Tuscan ambiance.
The Ground Floor
The 3 garages have access leading into this modern 5 bedroom home via the scullery while the staff quarters are situated at the back of the garages. The ground floor boosts an airy open plan layout with a fancy three turn, open well staircase at the centre. The dining and lounge are divided in the centre by a dual sided fireplace. The TV room has a private patio on one side while the lounge opens to a larger patio on the other side. A beautiful water feature is positioned so eloquently in front of the main entrance hall divided only by a wide glass curtain wall facade. Enter a large study to the right of the entrance hall with a beautiful view of the swimming pool area. A well-appointed guest toilet is located on the left side of the study room.
The First Floor
On the upper floor of this modern 5 bedroom home you are met by a large central pyjama lounge and an impressive double volume feature above the staircase area. The Pyjama lounge has direct access to the balcony facing the swimming pool area below. All the other 3 bedrooms have en suit bathrooms. The master suite is well-appointed with a twelve square meter walk-in-closet and a full nine square meter bathroom. Access to the balcony from the master bedroom is through a wide sliding folding door with views of the swimming pool area below. This modern 5 bedroom home has so much potential to offer its occupants.
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Property Id : 18085
Price: R 16,500
Property Size: 477 m2
Side To Side: 30.2m
Front To Back: 13.47m
No. Of Garages: 3
Master Bedroom : 26m2
Ground Floor Size: 279m2
First Floor Size: 198m2
Roof Type: Concrete Tiles
Window Type: Aluminium
Walk In Closet (WIC)
Built-In Cupboards (BIC)
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