Location: Sandhurst, Johannesburg, Gauteng South Africa

Square Footage: 19,500

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 5 bedrooms & 6 bathrooms

Price: $5,499,794

Harrow House is a stunning newly built modern mansion located in Sandhurst, Johannesburg, Gauteng South Africa. It was designed by Summersun Property Group and features approximately 19,500 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms, 5 full and 1 half bathrooms, foyer with staircase & fireplace, formal living & dining rooms, lounge with wet bar, home office, gourmet kitchen with butler’s pantry and walk-in freezer, breakfast room, family room, 18-seat home theater with bar, indoor spa with sauna & steam room, massage room, 5+ car garage and more. 

There is also a separate pool/guest house with dining room, gourmet kitchen with pizza oven, billiards room and a wine cellar.

Outdoor features include a motor court, water feature off home office, patios, swimming pool and tennis court.

It is listed at $5,499,794.

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  • Wild Willie

    WOW!…remember the last 8 minutes of 2001: A Space Odyssey? Whoever owns this HAS to be chromophobic!!!




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  • Spleenking

    Awesome




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  • John

    interesting how there can be such opulence in one of the car jacking capitals of the world.




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  • horselips

    It’s not just cold-blooded contemporary, it’s …uhh…sanitized(?) Picture 5 is supposed to be a bar, but it looks more like a cosmetic counter in a department store than a gin mill. Picture 6 exemplifies just how lifeless this interior is – dry, dead, twisted twigs stuck in empty glass vases are used as decorations. Picture 7 – the breakfast ‘room’ is a table literally crammed between two counters (WTF) with barely enough room to walk behind the chairs. Is that a window at the end there? In any case, no natural light, no morning room delight. At the extreme right of pictures 2 and 11 there appears to be some kind of ‘artwork’ just stuck on the floor, leaning against the wall. Is that some gimmick by modern designers, desperately seeking a new way of expression? Epic fail.

    Speaking of expression, look at Mandela’s in the living room, picture 3. Says it all. The whole place reminds me of the suicide center in Soylent Green – all the color, life and beauty will be found on the screen in the home theater, or outside, somewhere else. Whether empty or full of people, this house is still just a bright, shiny morgue.




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