A sanctuary for humans, which stirs the imagination, and kindles in the mind ...
Nothing to compare to this incredible lifestyle farm with a glorious waterfall, perennial river, sparkling rock pools, majestic mountains, a brick and stone-clad cottage, and hectares upon hectares of ravines, cliffs and age-old rock sculptures to explore.
On the Southern slopes of the Cederberg and part of the leopard conservancy, this 666.3 ha lifestyle farm offers everything the nature lover can ever dream of.
A property like this simply does not come on the market. Normally passed on from generation to generation, it is a truly never-to-be repeated opportunity to acquire an exceptional and rare piece of the majestic Cederberg Mountains.
- Size: 666.3ha
- Olden day farm cottage (brick) with stone-clad extension – approximately 140m² comprising; Lounge with fireplace, fully equipped kitchen, main bedroom en-suite (shower), two guest bedrooms, guest bathroom (bath), large covered veranda. Under-floor heating in lounge and main bedroom. Plus outside shower (with hot and cold water).
- Cottage sold fully furnished and equipped.
- Freestanding garage.
- Separate old cottage ready to be renovated for additional accommodation.
- At the waterfall: An Iroko deck with storage compartment, Iroko table and shade blind.
- Waterfall, river and rock pool approximately 500m from the cottage.
- Vegetation: Mountain Fynbos.
- Indigenous wildlife including four species of small antelope; Klipspringer, Grey Rhebok, Common Duiker and Cape Grysbok, porcupine, mongoose etc. If lucky, you may even spot the spoor of a Cape Leopard – also known as the ‘soul of the Cederberg’.
- Water for domestic use pumped from river to 2 x 5000 litre storage tanks (solar powered Danforth pump).
- Eskom power at the cottage – 220v
- No confirmed cell reception currently on the farm - MTN cell reception on the neighbouring farm.
- High clearance vehicle or 4x4 needed.
- No security issues and no land claims.
- 209km from Cape Town via the N7 (with approximately 30km of dirt road) and 233km from Cape Town via Ceres (with approximately 6km dirt road to farm gate).