56ha Marble Hall
Farm: Weekend Game Farm.
Size: 56 ha
Location: Less than 25 km from Marble Hall, Limpopo Province, South Africa.
Water: There is one equipped Borehole, 3 water troughs, and 2 x 5000 liter JoJo Water Tanks
Average Rainfall: 550mm – 750mm per annum.
Average Temperatures: Summer - max. 40 ºC and min. 17 ºC.
Winter - max. 25 ºC and min. 6 ºC.
Developments: The Developments are basic and very rustic, yet comfortable and it creates a somewhat relaxing atmosphere.
There is the following developments:
1 x 2 Bedroom Wooden House, 1 x Bathroom, (Shower + Toilet)
1 x 1 Bedroom Wooden House with bathroom
1 x Wooden House with 1 x Bedroom and a Toilet
1 x Wooden House which is more like a Dormitory
1 x Honeymoon Suite - 1 x Bedroom with Bathroom
1 x Stone Building which has 2 x neat ablution areas (Shower, Toilet and wash basin)
1 x Laundry room
1 x Cold Room and slaughtering garea
1 x 4 room Labour accommodation.
Power supply: Eskom
Free roaming Game: Impala ±8, Blue Wilde Bees ±8 Kudu ±3 Ostrich ±2 1 x Sable Bull
Bushbuck, bushpigs, warthog, Leopard, duiker, klipspringer, black-backed jackal, chacma baboon, steenbok, caracal, porcupine, scrub hare, mongoose, serval, african wild cat, rock rabbit (dassie)
Breeding Camp: Nyala ±3
Fencing: This farm has 40ha which is fully game fenced, There is an 8 ha Game Breeding Camp. The remaining area is open and only cattle fenced where the Owner wanted to do some irrigation due to the flat area and the good soil.
Typographic: This little Game Farm consists of a mixture of sloping flats, mountainous areas, running water with a small earth dam, Rocky outcrops and open Savannah areas., The farm steps up onto a plateau. This mixture of typography creates a diversity of habitats throughout the farm which makes it very unique to such a small property.
Vegetation: Dominant Tree Species
In the Plains & Riverine you will find:
Burkea / Wild Seringa - Burkea Africana
Black Monkey-Orange - Strychnos madagascariens
Silver Cluster-Leaf - Terminalia sericea
Sickle Bush - Dichrostachys cinerea
African weeping Wattle - Peltophorum africanum
African Olive - Olea europaea
River Bushwillow - Combretum erythrophyllum
Sweet-thorn Acacia - Acacia karroo
Wild Pear - Dombeya rotundifolia
On the Rocky & mountainous areas you will find:
Velvet Bushwillow - Combretum molle
Weeping Faurea - Faurea saligna
Horn-pod Tree - Diplorhynchus condylocarpo
Milkplum - Englerophytum magalismontanum
Red Bushwillow - Combretum apiculatum
Mountain Kirkia - Kirkia wilmsii
Live-long Lannea - Lannea discolor
Peeling-bark Ochna - Ochna pulchra
Dominant Grass Species:
Red Grass - Themeda triandra
Common Thatching Grass - Hyparrhenia hirta
Spear Grass - Heteropogon contortus
Common Russet Grass - Loudetia simple
Bristle-leaved Red Top - Melinis nerviglumis
Couch Grass - Cynodon dactylon
Guinea Grass - Panicum maximum
Common Finger Grass - Digitaria eriantha
Mountain Bristle Grass - Setaria lindenbergiana
Weeping Love Grass - Eragrotis curvula
Herringbone Grass - Pogonarthria squarrosa
Natal Red Top - Melinis repens
Leisure: Nestled in the area of Marble Hall in the Limpopo Province of South Africa, is a hidden weekend "break-away" game farm. It is rustic yet peaceful...it is small, yet large enough to h=keep yourself busy for hours. There are some mountain areas and some grass plains. This "get away from it all" property is suitable for the nature lover, the person who just want to hide from the hectic life and enjoy a lovely big bone fire with a Braai..
Price: R3.4mill (excl. VAT should it be payable and the)