Game Farm for sale in Dinokeng 42 ha
This lovely 42 ha lodge is just a 45 minute drive north east of Pretoria and close to the Dinokeng region.The property is part of a 650 hectare conservancy, in terms of which neighbouring land owners have taken down their fences and have allowed traversing rights. There is no legal binding document between land owners and the conservancy does not operate as a legal entity other than its registration with the Department of Nature Conservation. Each landowner holds the title deeds to their property, and most have signed a collaborative agreement that deals with collective functions such as sharing of joint project costs, maintenance of firebreaks, fences and shared roads. Owners are personally responsible for maintaining their property and surrounds.
Almost 200 types of birds have been seen and the conservancy is stocked with a variety of game including wildebeest, kudu, hartebeest, zebra, impala, giraffe, waterbuck, blesbok and nyala. Less commonly seen animals include civet, genet, jackal, porcupine and other nocturnal species. The game ownership is shared amongst some of the current landowners and ownership of this 42 ha share of game will be transferred to the buyer of the property.
The property would make a perfect residence for a family that wants to escape the hustle and bustle of city life. Furthermore, the property could continue to be used as an operational lodge. As well as the land and buildings, the sale will include various other assets, furniture and fittings, that are part of the operational lodge. An inventory of these assets, furniture and fittings is available on request.
•The property can accommodate 16 people in eight bedrooms. There are four tented chalets each on a raised wooden deck under thatch. Each chalet sleeps two people. The chalets have private ensuite bathrooms and outdoor showers. There is one thatched family suite consisting of two bedrooms and a shared bathroom. There is a further cottage with one bedroom with patio, and ensuite bathroom, guest toilet with shower and a lounge with dining area and kitchenette. The main lodge centres around the original thatched rondawel which has been converted into an open plan lounge and dining room with a fireplace. There is an extra bedroom is with ensuite bathroom, kitchen with scullery and guest toilet with a shower. The thatched lapa is perfect for outdoor entertaining with a lounge, dining area and bar opening onto a swimming pool and boma with a wood fired pizza oven. Other buildings include a workshop with a covered carport for five cars, a laundry room and a staff residence with three bedrooms, three bathrooms and a shared kitchen and lounge. Water is provided by two boreholes each with a submersible pump. One pump operates from a portable petrol generator and the second is operated from Eskom power. The total pumping capacity is about 2,000 litres per hour. The pumped water is stored in two water tanks with a total volume of 10,000 litres. Electricity is provided by Eskom via an overhead transmission system providing three phase power with 70 amps. All wastewater is treated onsite in a septic tank system.
WILDLIFE & VEGETATION
Various free roaming game can be frequently spotted including Baboon, Black-backed Jackal, Blue Wildebeest, Bushbuck, Bushpig, Common Duiker, Giraffe, Impala, Kudu, Steenbok, Warthog and Zebra , etc.
Tree life is absolutely stunning with some of the following trees: Brandy Bush (Rosyntjiebos), Buffalo Thorn (Blinkblaar-wag-\’n-bietjie), Common hook-thorn (Gewone haakdoring), Large-Fruited Bushwillow (Raasblaar), Lavender Tree (Laventelboom), Monkey Orange (Doringklapper), Umbrella Thorn (Haak-en-Steek), Velvet Bushwillow (Fluweelboswilg), White Karee (Rosyntjiebos) and Wild Seringa (wildesering) .
Selling Price – R 5 900 000 Excluding VAT
For more information please visit my website https://www.africagamefarms.com/ or email me firstname.lastname@example.org or contact me Peet Venter +27 82 441 7118
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