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Here’s what mansions the R200m Lotto winner can buy

The recent Lotto winner has a world of choice available when it comes to buying real estate.

Here are a few super-luxury homes on the market right now, listed by the Seeff Property group.

Constantia Upper (R69m)


The spectacular Mintaka Estate with its own private vineyard, 25,000m² of land (three title deeds with development opportunity), a large homestead, guest cottages, caretaker’s house, staff accommodation, large swimming pool and splash pool with changing rooms, storage and garages and magnificent gardens with lawns, wooded enclaves, a Zen garden, rose garden, orchard, kitchen garden, vegetable patch, cascading ponds, a putting green and its own.


Zimbali (R70m)

PIC 2- Zimbali (R70 million)

This ultimate coastal property is located on a beautifully elevated site with unrestricted 180-degree sea, coastal and breaker views.

While only the very best fixtures and fittings have been installed the practical aspect of the layout and design is immediately evident.

The opulent bar, dining, kitchen, formal and informal lounge and entertainment spaces dominate the entrance level. The main suite is positioned on the same level along the entire northern wing of the home providing the luxury of space and unique bathroom court yard.

The lower ground floor includes the four guest suites with a spacious lounge opening onto a private pool. Staff accommodation is provided for two staff members.

The property is packaged for sale with the neighbouring vacant and separately registered site measuring 1,634m² of the total 4,754m². This allows for the development of a second home on this site.


Fresnaye (R150m)

PIC 3 - Fresnaye, (R150 million)

One of the top homes in the country, another Stefan Antoni designed home, set on a bigger than average plot of 1,479m² with a level garden. It comes with four bedroom suites and a stunning master suite. Other features include a dramatic glass floating, curved staircase, a study, fitness centre with a wet bar, sauna & tub, chef kitchen with German appliances, outdoor entertainment areas and a swimming pool, full home automation, multi-car garaging and more.


Clifton (R150m plus VAT)PIC 4 - Clifton, (R150 million plus VAT)

A magnificent Stefan Antoni designed multi-storey home with six bedroom suites including two luxurious master suites, a gymnasium, private cinema, full home automation, a climate control system, private lift, staff accommodation, seamless flow from living areas to outdoor entertainment and rim-flow swimming pool and multi-car garaging.


Sandhurst (R180m)Pic 5 - Sandhurst (R180 million)

This landmark property is listed for R180m and is believed to be the highest price that has ever been asked for a residential property in Gauteng.

The property can accommodate twenty vehicles and is 2,200m² under roof. It has marble flooring throughout, seven bedrooms and numerous reception areas onto spacious patios with fantastic views.

Other amenities include a fully-fitted and equipped cinema room with leather chairs, a fitted bar room, an eat-in decorative wine cellar, a party/disco room with lighting and sound equipment, a bar and cloakroom, two new kitchens and a main suite with ‘his’ and ‘hers’ dressing rooms, a sauna, steam room, gym and hairdressing room.

There is an elevator and rear staircase to all three floors, plus a three-bedroom staff suite as well as a borehole and water tanks, solar heating and home automation.

This mansion is located on 8,565m² of land and in the grounds a floodlit tennis court, two swimming pools, two gazebos, numerous fountains and a formal, elegant garden.


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