This Freestanding 3 Bedroom Home Is Selling For R 3 995 000! Nestled in the elite suburb of Bryanston, The Teal offers 14 free-standing, innovative homes designed and built with contemporary living at its core. Exquisite indoor finishes exude luxury and spacious outdoor areas offer the option of custom-built pools, ideal for family living.
Prime locale, and trend-setting execution, make this niche development an exclusive investment opportunity for the more discerning homeowner. LeoGem adopts an uncompromising commitment to developing properties that exude opulence. Bespoke development for families and executives, The Teal is our finest example of this commitment.
This exceptional community being built around innovation and sustainability is situated in the heart of Bryanston with Gauteng’s best private schools and healthcare facilities around. This close proximity to all amenities adds a level of convenience and accessibility without taking away from the peace and tranquillity that the surroundings offer you and your family.
The Teal boasts 3 unit types; Alpha, Omega and Sigma, all architecturally designed for comfort and modernity. Like all Leogem developments, The Teal is equipped with security measures. Each unit is fully-equipped with Siemens appliances which maximizes the capabilities of your spacious, open-plan kitchen with centre-island leading into the living area. Spacious open plan design flows seamlessly onto the large covered patio. North-facing, landscaped private gardens round off this home making it both family-friendly and an entertainer’s dream come true.
Bryanston, Gauteng is an affluent residential suburb of Sandton, South Africa. First named as an area in 1949, it was established in 1969 as a suburb of Sandton and provided with tarred roads and municipal services, but after municipal boundaries were revised following the end of Apartheid, Sandton was merged with Johannesburg to form part of the City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality. The multi-lane N1 Western Johannesburg Bypass freeway forms its northern boundary with access at William Nicol offramp. It is located in Region E of the City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality.