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Farm: Sectional ownership which forms part of a Big 5 game reserve
Size: The stand size is ±500 m²
Location: In the close vicinity of Bela Bela in the Limpopo Province which is a mere 1H15min drive from Pretoria.
Water: Mabalingwe is supplying the water and there is a nice waterhole in front of the house - there is really wonderful wildlife activities taking place there. Average rainfall is 650mm per year.
Developments: This house is relative newly constructed and consists of the following:.
The Main House:
4 Bedrooms with 4 on-suite bathrooms,
Living area and dining area with a guest toilet,
a beautiful open plan Kitchen joing the living and dinning area
A wooden deck connects all the bedrooms which is overlooking the Waterberg landscape and waterhole.
There is a swimming pool, a built in Braai (BBQ) as well as a lovely bonfire place - a place where endless tales of Africa are told.
1 x Servants room
1 x Store room
Game: Mabalingwe owns and manages the game. Originally there were only plains game on the farm. then ; they established Hippopotamus, Rhinoceros and Sable antelope on the farm. Tsessebe and other antelopes were added as time went by. Then came the Elephants that were earmarked to be culled in the Kruger National Park - they were relocated to Mabalingwe and in 1999. Disease free Buffalo breeding were introduced to Mabalingwe. Today Mabalingwe boasts the “Big 5”, a large variety of antelope, small game and a very diverse bird population.
Fencing: Mabelingwe is fully game fenced according to the requirements of the Department of Nature Conservation and no fencing around this house.
Vegetation: The veldt is the typical mixture of sweet and sour grass grazing, with a large selection of indigenous flora such as silver cluster-leaf, wild seringa, Transvaal beech (boekenhout), red bush willow, large fruited bush willow, live-long, kudu berry, peeling plane, monkey orange, common wild pear, Marula etc. This farm's fauna and flora has the potential to stir nature's tranquility which meets man's inner soul. The so-called “Little Eden” is found on this farm.
Other information: The owners pay an annual levy of R 40,000.00 per year and water and electricity is around R 1,500.00 per month. The owners belong to a home owners association.
Price: R3.5mill (excl VAT should it be payable)