Light Spacious Family Sandton Home

Light Spacious Family Sandton Home




Mar 2017

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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 8
3 Bathrooms

About our home

A light, spacious 4 bedroom home in secure Hurlingham Manor, 3 km from Sandton City. Picture air-conditioning, goosedown duvets,sparkling pool, pizza oven, open fireplace and deck. Dine alfresco or entertain inside or out. Let Africa into your soul..


More about us

  1. We're a couple, with two children who are currently studying at university

  2. Our motto is to be happy and say yes to adventure

  3. We love to travel. Living in beautiful spaces of a similar quality as our home is a non-negotiable factor in any trip we plan. We love to try delectable eateries, immerse in new cultures, and connect as human beings.

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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
Gemelli -La Famiglia Prima- Located at 0B William Nicol Dr, Sandton, 2191 If you love delectably delicious Italian Food with an amazing vibe, this is the place to go...
Cool bars
Foundry Located at 3rd Ave, Randburg, GP, 2193 It serves botanically infused gin and craft beer, with a mouth-watering menu. Always a good-looking, trendy crowd. The Inveroche gin served with Strawberry Cream tea with lime tonic is to be recommended...
Cozy cafés
Junipa's Located at Johannesburg, 2191 -Bakery, Rainy Days, Secret Spots, Families, Breakfast & Brunch Traditional family values and deliciously fresh and wholesome gourmet fare what patrons will discover at café and bistro, Junipa’s, where the coffee is specially roasted and the artisan bread is warm out of the oven. From the gorgeous aromas emitted from the on-site bakery, to the stylish chairs upholstered in hessian coffee sacks, Junipa’s offers an ambience like no other and reminds us of what it truly means to feel at home.
Retail therapy
Sandton City Located at 83 Rivonia Rd, Sandton, GP, 2196 Known for Shopping, Rainy Days, Late Nights, Secret Spots, Live Music, Groups, Breakfast & Brunch You will find all the signature stores you would find on 5th Ave NYC in the new Protea Court in Sandton City. The restuarants on Nelson Mandela Square are fabulous. We would recommend The Butcher Shop for lazy aged Karan Beef and red wine. Overseas guests will love the statue of Madiba.
Bit of culture
Constitution Hill Located at 11 Kotze Street, Braamfontein, GP, 2017 Museum, This is where Nelson Mandela, Mahatma Ghandi, Winnie Mandela and many others were in prison. History and poignant experiences abound. A unique place where past meets present... look out for art that tells stories by William Kentridge, and other local exhibitions, too - how to get there? The Big Red Bus that leaves the Gautrain Park Station...
Walks in the park
Our neighbourhood is the secure boomed off suburb fondly known as Hurlingham Manor. Neighbours cycle and jog at sunrise and sunset, children meet playmates at the jungle-gyms in the park.
Spot of exercise
Our neighbourhood is the secure boomed off suburb fondly known as Hurlingham Manor. Neighbours cycle and jog at sunrise and sunset, children meet playmates at the jungle-gyms in the park.
Day tripping
Soweto Located at Soweto, Take the Hop on Hop off Big Red Bus, Soweto taxi combo from the Gautrain Park Station. Hop off the Big Red Bus at Gold Reef City to take a taxi to Vilikazi Street in Soweto. Here you will have the opportunity to see the Mandela Home, and the home of the Archbishop Desmond Tutu. Try traditional South African faire for lunch on this iconic street amid dancing, music and the warm South African style of welcome. This tour offer visits to the poignant Hector Peterson Memorial, and the opportunity to visit the Apartheid Museum, a moving experience dedicated to illustrating 20th Century South African History.

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