A unique and much loved stone and thatched home with detached cottage in a tranquil setting now looking for a new owner.
Nestling beneath well-established indigenous trees the home and garden of this 21 ha property is protected by a 21 strand Kenya electrified perimeter fence. There are 2 boreholes, 1 equipped and Eskom power.
The main house is double storey. There are 2 bedrooms downstairs, both ensuite, one with an outside bathroom along a catwalk which is both charming and functional. The main bedroom with private balcony and study/office area are situated upstairs and take in uninterrupted views of bushveld and the Drakensberg Mountains. The living area is open plan with a functional kitchen with wooden counter tops, eye level oven and pantry. This flows into the dining and living area and double sliding doors take you outside to a large thatched entertainment area with an inviting swimming pool. An enclosed boma area completes the outside entertainment experience and the 2 gas barbecues, sleeper tables and camp chairs will remain. The waterhole just beyond the perimeter of the fence is a great draw card for both animals and birds alike with a constant flow of different species of wildlife.
There is a cottage, a short distance from the main house which consists of a large studio room with small bathroom and a private covered patio.
The double garage with automated doors is big enough to include a workshop area and has a large walk-in strong room with a steel safe door. The garden, which is under lawn, has an irrigation system, water is stored in a water tank, there is an outside laundry and separate staff housing.
The reserve lies within the Blyde Olifants Conservancy and is made up of 44 x 21 ha full title stands. There is a constitution which is signed by all owners, together with the rules and regulations which have to be adhered to. There is a levy structure in place, the funds of which go towards the running of the reserve.