This 334ha cattle farm is situated approximately 30km from Lydenburg on the Lydenburg-Machadodorp road (24km tarred road and 6km dirt road). The house is a typical comfortable farmhouse with 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, lounge and dining area and a country kitchen. A storeroom as well as a laundry complete the homestead whilst staff quarters are situated in close proximity to the house. There are 3 fountains on the farm and all water applications are gravity fed. There are nine dams of various sizes that are mostly seasonally fed and authorisation has been obtained for extensions and modification to the existing dams as well as the construction of new dams. The farm reaches into the high ground of the Kwena Basin with vistas over the valley and the Steenkamps Mountains beyond. Herds of wild Kudu roam the farm and up to 20 Kudu have been spotted in the more remote part of the farm. One of these areas, where cool spring waters flow freely, has aptly been named as the 'Kudu Crèche' - an area where newly born offspring are nursed. A network of approximately 8km of roads, accessible by 4x4 vehicles, takes one to these remote mountainous areas. Numerous water points have been established throughout the farm, allowing cattle and game easy access to water, enabling the farm a capacity of roughly 2-3 ha per animal. There are at present approximately 100 head of cattle on the farm.