Rising above the driveway as if floating on air, this home ushers visitors beneath the top floor via a gated driveway and into the motorcade courtyard.
What strikes the visitor first about this Midstream home is the lack of colour; everything is white. But that’s not to say it’s clinical or even boring.
Steel, wood and facebrick dominate this home, giving it a large cabin appearance.
Bordering on a nature reserve, with serene views of the city in the distance, the location of their home couldn’t be more perfect for this nature-loving family.
Having built this extensive property – situated in the northern suburbs of Cape Town – himself over two years, the owner ensured it was visually enticing as it was practical.
Surrounded by an immaculate garden, this home immediately draws the visitor’s attention.
Flanked by a conversation-starting collection of cycads, a large timber pivot door swings open to usher visitors into this modern farmhouse-style home.
The brief for this property was simple: design a home that would cater for the owners’ needs once they reached retirement age, while not compromising on elegance or the surrounding natural views.
The owners of this family home in Johannesburg had their hearts set on this property, built in 1972 by a well-known architect, but it needed extensive restoration.
Although this home was built in a small, secure estate, the stand is large, with impressive trees.
Luxury and opulence characterise this beautiful double-storey home, which the owner built after having lived in an apartment for many years.
It’s in one of Durban’s prestigious estates that you will find the heart of this young family’s home.
Blending effortlessly into its surroundings, this home is a modern architectural design with elements of glass, light and transparency – large widows, open stack doors and an open-plan scheme.
Having spent his early adulthood in Johannesburg, this home owner has returned to his Durban roots, settling in a golfing estate.
You will find this delightful property in an exclusive state on Cape Town’s west coast, where both birdlife and sea life are abundant.
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