This exceptional home with a bespoke French theme was listed for R22 million in the exclusive and upmarket suburb of Bryanston.
View the property listing, here: French inspired Bryanston masterpiece on sale for R 22 million.
Charles Vining, Seeff’s MD in Sandton, says luxury homes in Bryanston are sometimes priced up to R50 million and that many homes in this leafy suburb have remarkable views over Johannesburg.
“In terms of physical location, Bryanston is prime land where properties hold their value well and increase in desirability which makes for excellent investment opportunities”.
Vining adds that while Bryanston is certainly home to some of the wealthiest people in the country, it also boasts property in vast price ranges where sectional title units can sometimes be snatched up from as low as R1.5 million.
Demand is always high in Bryanston and there are seldom sufficient properties to meet buyer demand”.
Vining continues that one of the magnificent homes that Seeff is currently marketing here is a custom made six bedroom French Villa designed by master builder Gregg Vickers that boasts rose gardens, hidden courtyards with award winning landscaping, a private cottage and chandeliers imported from France, amongst others.
“The home is situated in a gated, guarded road and entrance is through an impressive double gated driveway. The proportions of ceilings and doorways are befitting of a chateaux style home and the main suite has its own study, lounge, Jacuzzi and gym area and fireplace, while most other rooms (including the kitchen) also have wood burning fireplaces.
The chef’s kitchen includes integrated appliances and leads to a courtyard with a pizza oven and gas grill. The home also has gracious reception rooms which lend themselves to formal, large scale entertaining or intimate city soirees.
Bryanston has a long-standing reputation, spanning several decades, for being a wealthy, upper class residential suburb. Its unique contrast between quiet, lush suburban avenues and modern conveniences make this suburb the perfect blend of both old and new”, concludes Vining.
View more of the home here.