554 ha Groblersdal
Agent: Rudie Swanepoel Tel Nr: +2782 353 3448. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org alternately
Farm: Cattle and Game Farm
Size: 554.4 hectares
Location: In the vicinity of Groblersdal in the Limpopo Province of South Africa
Water: More than 4 boreholes : 2 x 15000l/h, 1 x 25000l/h and 1 x 60000l/h. There are several water tanks, 1 earth dam and the property borders a river. There are several water troughs for both cattle and game. There is 13 hectares of irrigation land with motherliness. This portion was used as the irrigation section of the farm and the potential is there to utilize this red soil irrigation area to produce fresh vegetables.
Developments: There are 2 x residential houses on the property. Both are very neat and are fenced off with electric fencing. Both houses have a kitchen and lounge area and a patio overlooking the farm. There is also hunters accommodation with separate bathroom. There is a boma, slaughtering room and cold room, several store rooms and some labour accommodation.
There are also cattle handling facilities.
Fencing: This farm is fully game fenced and has several roads.
Game: Kudu, Impala, Bless buck, Eland, Zebra, Waterbuck, Giraffe, Nyala, Ostrich and some Warthog, Bush Pig, Bush buck, Duiker, Steen buck etc. that occur naturally on this farm.
Typographic: This farm has about 20% mountainous terrain with exceptional views, plains and riverine areas. Excellent grazing farm for cattle. There is an established road infrastructure but bush-encroachment does occur. Now you can share in nature's well kept passions and creation's wonders as you drive through a large amount of big trees, which form the perfect African sunset over the horizon and where you will discover the beauty of enjoying a BBQ on an area where many people experienced how to relax in Africa. Lodging in this typical (almost primitive) break away style to create culture where you can relax and enjoy your kids as you see them explore and discover the true meaning of life!!!!.
Price: R9.8mill (excl VAT should it be payable)