House Chamberlain

House Chamberlain, situated in the heart of the Waterberg mountain, overlooking the majestic hanglip mountain feature, is a classical design to enhance the peace and quiet that the area offers. The garden is a fully indigenous garden. Designed for its water wise plants and grasses it makes this garden a lock up and go design. As the house is not fenced plants were chosen in such a way that it would not be eaten by game but during the dry season, even these plants needs a little protection.

The wetlands project was designed surrounding the one side of the house to give meaning to the word Waterberg mountains. The water feature is designed around the Burkea afrikana. Three waterfalls adds to the sound of tranquillity of this magnificent estate. The wooden deck was created for outdoor living and sucking up the sun while enjoying the pool during the daytime.

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