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R 2 195 000 (110 025 EUR*)

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± 400 ha


For the nature lover, searching for ‘something different’, serendipity found! A secluded and private 400 hectare tract of undeveloped land, hidden amongst those atypical Koue Bokkeveld mountains ... With its peculiar ‘moonscapes’ set against a backdrop of imposing Cederberg mountains, it can only be described as unique! Also offering crystal clear water from perennial mountain springs, rock pools, indigenous wild- and birdlife, and an ambience second to none, just one warning ... Don’t miss out!

In a word, this piece of African splendour is - priceless ...

A striking combination of Skurweberg Mountains (translated Rough Mountains), rocky hills and outcrops dominate the landscape around a secluded plateau, where a few hectares of land is arable – more than enough for self-sustainable living.

And then ... Three mountain springs converge into a strong flowing stream running down the mountains and through the farm - even in this drought, and en route, into at least five glorious rock pools with crystal clear water.

An opportunity second to none – as a lifestyle farm, secluded weekend haven, off the beaten track tourist destination, or a 4 x 4 retreat.


  • 400.3 hectares (basically undeveloped).
  • Small cottage dating back to the 1800’s with those characteristic thick walls which needs extensive renovation – owner started building on a bathroom and replaced the roof sheets - as can be seen from the photos.
  • A dam close to the cottage in a natural catchment area and fed by the perennial stream (river in winter - overflow wall needs to be repaired) - big enough to paddle on, and a smaller pond next to the cottage – latter will have to be sealed or a pipe laid on from the stream.
  • Some fascinating stone and mud ruins presumably dating back to the same era (1800’s), one of which alongside the stream/river where the springs converge.
  • At least five rock pools – a couple big enough to swim in.
  • Incredible landscapes where glorious hiking/mountain bike trails and walks can be developed – currently some rough 4 x 4 tracks. Very clear and easy to see where to develop these after the fire and also some excess plants now easy to remove alongside the stream - to facilitate an even better flow.
  • Indigenous small wildlife (no fences), birdlife and indigenous vegetation, including masses of Protea and Fynbos which will regenerate soon enough. Very few aliens (Blue Gums).
  • Clear skies with no ambient light pollution for some of the best star gazing around.
  • Rates: R790 per annum.
  • Approximately 1km access road suitable for high clearance vehicle or 4 x 4 only (also needed for current farm tracks).
  • No land restitution claims.
  • 32km from Op-Die-Berg, 77km from Ceres and 217km from Cape Town.
  • Another rare find and a truly exceptional property proudly offered by Country & Coastal Properties.

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