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10th Sep 2022

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38 Morsim: Just two villas remain


Only 2 villas remain in the 38 Morsim development, which boasts an exceptional location in Hyde Park, in a leafy environment full of greenery, and the ultimate in contemporary elegance.

From Legaro Property Development, international award-winning property developers comes 38 Morsim. Built for the modern family, the secure development comprises 12 luxury villas and is the epitome of designer living. One of the most important aspects of the design was to retain as many of the existing mature trees which adds a lovely peaceful nature to the estate grounds.

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The two remaining three-bed, three-bath villas start at R6,485,000 at 230.8m² and each have a private garden. The layouts have been carefully tailored, with lofty ceiling volumes and generous spacial-planning, and the interiors combine high-end finishes and bespoke design elements. Sustainability is also top of mind, with passive solar design through the orientation of the villas as well as pergolas ensuring year-round comfort and energy efficiency. Other sustainable elements include evaporative cooling, closed woodburning Morsø fireplaces and solar supplemented electricity.

The villas feature:

  • High quality designer kitchen with integrated Smeg appliances
  • Stephen Pikus feature lighting
  • Solar assisted electricity
  • Morsø woodburning fireplace
  • Breezair evaporative cooling
  • Fibre & DSTV ready
  • Architecture by Daffonchio Architects
  • Oggie hardwood flooring
  • Staff quarters on select villas
  • Covered terrace leading onto splash pools and manicured Astroturf gardens
  • Motorised pool covers
  • Visitor parking bays
  • 24-hour guard with CCTV
  • Biometric access control

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Viewing by appointment and on show every Sunday from 11am to 5pm.

38 Morsim Road
Hyde Park
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