A quaint, stone and brick, Dullstroom style house with cottage pane doors and windows, well positioned on a large stand to take full advantage of the sunshine on chilly winter days. Step from the wide, covered veranda with criss cross balustrades, through the double cottage pane doors leading directly into the open plan kitchen, dining, lounge area which soars to double volume and provides glimpses of the upstairs bedrooms leading off the charming, wrought iron Minstrel's gallery. Light and airy, with huge windows and sky lights, the lower level enjoys a comfortable temperature in cooler weather due to the Morso combustion and electric wall heaters. Security is ensured with steel bars fitted inconspicuously into the wooden window frames while all exterior doors have security bolts. The well planned kitchen design incorporates 3 major appliances, has a glass hob with an extractor fan, ample cupboard space, a corner pantry/broom cupboard/storage unit and granite counter tops. An illuminated display cabinet in the dining area affords additional storage space. Leading off the living area, the main en suite bedroom is luxuriously carpeted
and has an exit to the pretty garden. The library, office and workroom are all on the lower level. The staircase with its delicately patterned wrought iron railings leads to the gallery on the second level where the 2nd and 3rd en suite bedrooms are situated. The second bedroom overlooks the garden and is warmed by the Morso flue which passes through on its way to the corrugated roof. Wooden panelling conceals additional storage and provides access to the 3 geysers. Heater lights provide additional warmth in the two bathrooms. The bathroom off the 3rd bedroom also serves as a guest cloakroom so has a second entrance from the landing. A double carport provides shelter for vehicles, a wood/coal bunker caters for fuel storage while in the garden with a pretty water feature, the tool shed is anchored to a solid foundation.