In the heart of the urban storm allow yourself to escape to a safe harbour of unsurpassed beauty and sophistication. A truly unique modern masterpiece this reimagined historic home offers sanctuary from the chaos of 21st century living. Originally a six bedroomed guesthouse, this exquisite home has been lovingly reimagined in collaboration with renowned heritage architect Chris Zimberlin and interior designer Annelise Botes and has featured in numerous lifestyle and décor magazines locally and abroad. The monochromatic colour palette creates the perfect backdrop for any décor statement you wish to make. Luxurious finishes and metallic elements skilfully juxtapose with raw natural surfaces and textures. The interior design draws on the five principles of feng shui: wood, earth, fire, metal and water. French panelling and industrial inspired doorframes create a vintage feel. The ingenious addition of the lush conservatory style dining area with a walled garden create an ambiance of Parisian decadence. The meticulous attention to detail and the seemless combination of Asian and European influences speak for themselves. A statement fireplace is complete with a mirrored cupboard above it which skilfully doubles up as a television cabinet. This residence currently offers two luxurious bedroom suites and an adjoining Tai chi studio and healing centre that could also easily be converted into two bedrooms. A separate laundry and storage space plus garaging and off-street parking for two cars and excellent security complete the picture.