This four-bedroom house is distinguished by a double storey bedroom wing and a double garage with staff quarters above, creating an interesting, dynamic roof form. Enclosed verandas and a formal entrance walkway, all with pergolas, provide the shade for the ground floor living areas.
All four bedrooms are en-suite with private verandas or balconies which, together with the separating staircase, offers them a higher level of privacy. Both ground-floor bedrooms include screened outdoor showers.
The generous, separate, but open dining room with its shaded wrap-around veranda and corner-sliding doors has been designed to create an exciting dining experience on the edge of the African bush.
The centrally-positioned lounge with wide sliding doors in its flanking walls, together with the long, narrow pool stretching to the far end of the courtyard, create the impression of a strong visual axis through the house to the mountains in the distance.
The steeply pitched, exposed-rafter roof construction with dormer windows above the lounge ensures the interior remains cool and comfortable.
The fully appointed kitchen has been positioned to readily serve not only the dining room, but all the areas of the house.