This beautifully built home in Waterfall proves that space need not limit the imagination. This 5 bedroom home was built with a private pajama lounge and is complimented with a large open plan kitchen, lounge and dining area. In addition to this, the home has a private music room and family room, overlooking the main entertainment patio deck. Furthermore, this deck wraps around the pool and overlooks one of the Waterfall Estates magnificent green belts. Sliding-folding patio doors seperate the house from the deck, and hen opened, an entertainer’s dream is created. A gas BBQ on the patio allows for the summer braai with a built in pizza oven to supplement the family’s lifestyle.
The built in hot water system provides the homeowner with hot potable water as well as underfloor heating. In addition to this, it acts as the primary heating source for the pool. The home incorporates a magnificent home automation system for both audio visual requirements, as well as lighting automation. The house is supported by a solar power back up system which ensure a seamless lifestyle. A central air con system provides the home with summer cooling. This home was completed in 2015.
Our client specifically chose top end finishes, therefore quality needed to be of the highest standard available. Ferreiras were contracted in to provide bathroom layouts, floor and wall tiles, as well as all the bathroom accessories. By coupling them with Waterways, we ensured that the sanitary ware selected was unique, and suited the overall design. RLWA played a major role in the construction of this home. They supplied the aluminum windows and doors as well as the intern timber doors and frames. In addition to this, they provided the engineered Oak flooring, as well as the external timber deck and timber wall cladding. AVA Solutions installed the state of the art home automation system. Kyasol was also intricately involved with the whole project from start to finish. They provided the space heating within the screed, a rain water harvesting system, as well as an impressive solar power system, with backup batteries.
In conclusion, to ensure that the visual appearance of space was uncompromisable, the use of glass balustrades by Steel Studio, as well as an open tread staircase by Steelform was used.