1 ha stand on top of a ridge with good views of the surrounding rocky outcrops. Leopard Rock is a 1 500 ha reserve where 45 low density 1 ha freehold sites have been carefully chosen to provide maximum privacy and unobstructed views of the towering rocky outcrops and the natural bushveld. Plains game such as giraffe, nyala, wildebeest, klipspringer, kudu, zebra and impala roam freely and there is an abundance of birdlife. Leopard Rock is surrounded by 'Big Five' private game reserves and is located on the R40 approximately 20 km north of Hoedspruit. Far enough from big city life to enjoy the true sense of open space and pristine bushveld yet easily accessible by road and air with Eastgate and Phalaborwa airports having daily flights from most major cities. Nearby amenities include medical facilities, schools, shops and three scenic golf courses. Kruger National Park's Phalaborwa entrance gate is a mere 40km away. As safety is a primary concern there is a security guard at the entrance gate on a 24 hour basis, bush patrols and electric fencing provides additional protection.