Situated in a 1 000ha Private Game Reserve, surrounded by the rugged Piketberg Mountains, in one of the most beautiful, secluded and peaceful valleys in the Western Cape, this ideal getaway destination translates to complete rejuvenation of mind, body and soul.
In picturesque surrounds, it offers glorious mountain views, indigenous game, pristine Fynbos, plenty of space for walks and mountain biking, river pools, unpolluted air, plus absolute tranquillity and clear starlit skies. In short, a veritable sanctuary for nature lovers, and the most private and secluded stand in Banghoek!
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- Cottage footprint: 106m² (Architectural Guidelines apply – no timeline for building).
- Exclusive Use Area: 1.5513 hectare (Sectional Title Scheme)
- Levy: Approximately R16 697 per year, payable in advance, which includes the maintenance of firebreaks, roads and the water reticulation system, controlled burns, fire prevention levy, conservation of fynbos and removal of aliens, management fees and auditors fees.
- Insurance: R892 per month.
- Rates: Approximately R39 per month.
- THE RESERVE OFFERS a wide variety of Fynbos - one of the few remaining relatively pristine areas of Fynbos left on the West Coast, and part of the Cape Fynbos Biome, it boasts a number of rare and endangered species and includes an area of Renosterveld.
- Indigenous wildlife recorded include; Aardwolf, Cape Fox, Bat-eared Fox, Ant Eater, Genet, African Wild Cat, Caracal, Klipspringer, Duiker, Grey Reebok, Cape Hare, Grey Mongoose, Water Mongoose, Porcupine, Striped Polecat, Baboon (scared of and not imprinted on humans), a variety of Tortoises, and the Cape Clawless Otter in the river.
- Also leopard, which still roam the Cape Fold Mountains freely, has been snapped by one of the owners on his infrared camera. Extremely shy creatures, it’s unlikely that they will be spotted in the daytime, but who knows …
- An abundance of bird-life, including nesting Black Eagle.
- River pools and reserve dam for swimming and picnics.
- No land restitution claims, and no crime issues.
- Approximately 35km from Piketberg, and 156km from Cape Town (14km dirt road).