This wonderful home has been designed by Architects Johan Wentzel and Grete Van As and built by Phillip Van Achtenbergh to blend in with the surrounding bush and yet still manages to offer all the modern trappings available, creating an exclusive home. Built, spanning 165m2 of inter-linked ponds, illuminated by U/V lighting, this modern home faces onto the Crocodile river and the African bush. The Eco designed home utilizes a periscope natural lighting system that enhances the already good lighting from glass expanses built into aluminium sliders overlooking the landscape. One enters the home through a unique system of glass doors, that can be closed to create warm intimate living areas. The kitchen is a gourmet’s delight with all the state of the art appliances at your fingertips. A wine storage unit , with undercover counter draws, follows the length of the kitchen to the scullery. The lounge is light and bright with engineered floors and a welcoming fireplace. The family room, which is open plan to the dining room also leads outside to the open area and water feature. There is a study that could be transformed into a guest bedroom very easily, if required. A wide passage leads you to the well-appointed, light and airy Master bedroom, en-suite and lovely dressing area. Follow the floating white oak staircase to the two bedrooms en-suite upstairs. There is staff accommodation and 3 automatic garages. The garden leads one down to the banks of the river were the owners have built a large viewing deck area under the mature trees and one can sit and relax with the sound of the Fish Eagle swooping over the flowing water in search of an unsuspecting fishy dinner. Visitors to Blair Atholl Private Lifestyle Estate are invariably awe -struck?by the overwhelming beauty of it all. The blend of old-world country estate living and modern amenities set amidst the undulating landscape of the golf course, surrounding riverine flora and beautiful Magaliesberg Mountain range, is somehow familiar, as though you inexplicably belong to this almost?surreal experience. Half of Blair Atholl's 600 hectares stretches across land that previously belonged to world famous golfer Gary Player and boasts some of the lowest density housing in the country - with an average of one home to every two hectares of land. This means that the 329 stands (at an average 3 700 square metres each) are separated by at least half an acre of natural vegetation, so you can rest assured that there will always be plenty of space between you and a handful of select neighbours. Stands are also positioned in such a way as to obscure them from both the road and neighbours as far as is possible. Blair Atholl is run by friendly and helpful staff in a totally secure environment where the sound of children riding their bikes up and down the roads reminds us all of how living should be. The Estate is populated with antelope that live with you and enjoy the area with you. In summary, living in Blair Atholl is a very special experience.