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Farm for sale, George, South Africa


November 17th, 2012 08:40 am
Bedrooms: 5
Property for sale in George Western Cape South AfricaPRICES AS CONFIRMED WITH SELLER: 22/09/2011 R6 490 000 - Implements and live stock to be negotiated. FARM DIVISION Size 2255 Hectares ± 7 Hectares under centre pivot ± 4 hectares lasered land irrigated by storm water ± 8,5 hectares under sprinkler irrigation ± 30 hectares arable land ± 5 hectares new centre pivot Balance natural veldt WATER SOURCE FOR IRRIGATION - WELL PLANNED SYSTEM Overwhelming advantage of this farm is the strong underground water. 6 Boreholes are fitted with submergible pumps. 5 boreholes pump into reservoir from there into mainline for centre pivot and sprinkler irrigation. Another few strong boreholes are not incorporated in the system. By doing that another ± 30 Hectares arable land can be put under irrigation extra. The yields of the 6 fitted boreholes are as follows: ± 16 000 l/hour ± 8 000 l/hour ± 10 000 l/hour ± 8 000 l/hour ± 3 000 l/hour ± 6 000 l/hour - new pump LIVESTOCK WATER SUPPLY Each veldt camp has 2 water points. One supplied by windmill, other source stock water earthen dam NATURAL VELDT Big advantage that a river runs through eastern and western portion of farm with thorn trees and river ganna. Further more several streamlets with thorn trees. Then a good mixture of palatable karoo bossies and Gwarrie trees. All inner camp fences except one jackal proof. ALOES Good income with no cost involved from harvesting aloes on farm-income ± R70 000 FARMING Farms with boergoat exceptional good income, dorpers, angoras and ostriches. Sells slaughter lambs in packages to private market. Butchery with cooling chambers and biltong facility also used by hunters .Lucerne farming. GAME Farm has plenty Kudu, ± 70 Springbuck and other small game like Duiker, Steenbuck ect. ECO TOURISM In Western Baviaanskloof a part of bigger mega reserve on main entrance. 4 X 4 Routes, game farming, hunting etc. can be introduced. DWELLINGS Main house 5 bedrooms, lounge/dining room, office, kitchen with breakfast nook, nice inside bar with braai, swimming pool. Adjoining house unit with 3 garages, store room, butchery, biltong facility. Cottage Open plan kitchen, lounge dining room, bedroom, braai area OUTBUILDINGS 5 Labourer cottages, Lucerne store, ostrich rearing facility, shearing shed/workshop LIVESTOCK: Boergoats: ± 300 boergoats (± 120 stud ewes ) 10 rams Angoras: ± 600 mixed parcel. 20 rams Persians: ± 60 Ostriches: 5 breeding pairs IMPLEMENTS: 1 Shearer disc plough with a hydraulic pump 1 New Holland baler 1 Krog fodder mixer 1 New Holland mower/bruiser 1 2 Wheel trailer 1 Water tanker 1 lucerne rake 1 3 point offset 1 Cooling chamber 2,5 X 3 m Device for pulling out submergible pumps 1 Lucerne mower 1 Tarrup chopper ± 80 Irrigation pipesFor more information please contact us using the email link. ( - ad: ZA4882369)
Plot for sale, Grahamstown


November 17th, 2012 08:42 am
ZAR 3,500,000Location This farm is located between Alexandria and the Grahamstown road near the heart of big 5 country in the Eastern Cape Size Made up of a single title, the farm is a shade under 242ha in extent. Description This title currently forms part of a larger, dry land dairy unit. Approximately 80h of the title is currently planted to a variety of fodder crops for the dairy, with the balance of the total area being made up of attractively undulating sweet thorn savannah. As a stand alone lifestyle farm it would be superb, with the high carrying capacities and rainfall synonymous with this area, it would work very well as either a lifestyle game or beef unit. Veld types As discussed, some of the farm is currently cultivated. The current owner has agreed however, for the price of the seed and diesel, to replant all of these areas to an indigenous pasture grass. The cocktail of choice here would probably comprise of one of the Pannicum varieties, with Rhodes and Smuts finger, all of which do exceptionally well here. The balance of the grasses are made up almost exclusively of eragrostis Curvula, cynodon and to a lesser extent Sporobolis. Small patches of Themeda were found on one of the ridges but are of little significance. The central belt of the farm is a pleasant sweet thorn savannah. This monogyny of tree species, coupled with the default grass species found would indicate that this is ground that had been disturbed at some stage. It has however rehabilitated very nicely and the overall effect is healthy and would carry an impressive grazer load. I was surprised to find, in the extreme north western corner a small stand of rooikrantz trees. These however are currently at a level that is of no concern and would probably be best monitored, but left as a sustainable source of braai wood. Studies would indicate that the type of veld encountered there has a 1-6 LSU carrying capacity, with a ratio closer to 1-1 on the perennial pasture grasses. Effectively, one could probably look then at a sustainable load of approx 80 LSU (1-3) on the farm. From a game perspective, this would equate to a very impressive density of animals with the ability to stock a nice diversity of species. Rainfall / water The farm falls in a predominately summer rainfall area, with an expected annual average of 750mm. The farm has a total of 4 earth dams including a very attractive, long dam at the house, all of which would hold at least 2 years worth of water. This is supplemented by a single borehole with a submersible pump that lifts water to a reservoir with a capacity of approx 60 000 L from where all the camps, bar 1, are gravity fed. Improvements The house is situated in the extreme South Western corner of the property. Although elderly, it is the current abode of the owner and as such has been nicely renovated and well maintained. In all, it has 3 and a half bedrooms (MES) with one additional bathroom, lounge, tv lounge, dining room, office, kitchen and scullery, as well as a small ?sun? room that is currently used as a sewing room. In addition there is a double garage and adjoining storeroom. Given that it is currently part of the working farm, all fencing on the 6 current camps is in a good condition, as is the water reticulation system and reservoirs. These 4 dams mentioned are all in good condition; while a fifth, long since breached, may well warrant the effort spend on repairing it. Conclusion As a lifestyle opportunity, this one will be tough to beat. The high carrying capacity and rainfall would mean it could be developed as either an impressive small game unit or could be a significant money spinner if used to raise and fatten beef weaners. The nice thing is that all the basics are there, and with the exception of a game fence, should one choose to go that route, all the essentials are already in place. Should one choose to go the game route, I?m sure all the wire required could be taken from the internal fencing, a fact that would considerably reduce the overall cost. Importantly, the farm falls within the magic 1 hours drive from PE, measuring exactly 100km to St Georges Park in PE, and I?m sure that it would prove a very rewarding acquisition as a lifestyle destination. Price R 3.5 mil plus VatProperty Features: Reception Rooms Carport Living Rooms ( - ad: ZA4563174)
House for sale,


September 8th, 2013 04:38 am
Bedrooms: 4
A superbly appointed and meticulously restored farmhouse set in wonderful grounds of 20 acres with a further 35 acres of fields and woodland available separately Meticulous Restoration The present owners have carried out the restorations and extensions with great taste in order to maintain the original charm and character of the property. The immaculately presented accommodation is arranged over two floors with close attention to detail. The original property is believed to date back to 1834 and over the last 10 years the house has undergone complete renovation of the original property with a large extension built to the rear. Substantial landscaping has been carried out to the immediate grounds around the property with a new barn and office as well as restoration work on the other outbuildings. Surrounding the property are some 19 acres of paddocks enclosed by stock fencing and electric rope with galvanised metal gated entrances to the individual paddocks, each of which has its own water supply. Accommodation Ground Floor An entrance door leads into the main lobby with quarry tiled floor and space for coats and door leading onto the drawing room. This room enjoys a dual aspect including views into the gardens and there is a range of built in cupboards with bookcases whilst at one end of the room is a marble fireplace and attractive oak flooring. A door leads through to the dining room which again enjoys a dual aspect including a bay window overlooking the gardens with feature stone fireplace with inset wood burner and again enjoys attractive oak flooring. A door leads through to an impressive family room with vaulted roof with three inset Velux roof lights and oak double glazed windows and French doors overlooking the gardens. The room enjoys air conditioning, tiled flooring and flows into the kitchen/breakfast room forming a magnificent living space. The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted in a range of bespoke units under granite work surfaces providing ample storage. There is a butler sink whilst a focal point of the room is centred around the mock chimney housing a sophisticated extract system over the Aga cooker/companion oven unit. There is an inner hall where the stairs lead up to the first floor accommodation with galleried landing overlooking the family room. A relatively square conservatory overlooks the landscaped gardens and pond with double glazed glass vaulted roof with blinds, tiled flooring and like the family room also contains a comfort cooling/heat pump unit. Finally at the rear of the property is a large utility with roll top work surfaces with cupboards under and range of wall mounted cupboards with plumbing for a washing machine and space for tumble drier. There is a range of built in cupboards including a double cupboard housing a water softener as well as cupboards housing a Broag Quinta 65 LPG fully condensing boiler, circulating pumps and mechanical services control panel. A door leads through to a useful cloakroom with toilet, wash hand basin and painted part panelled walls. First Floor Galleried landing overlooks the family room and has a useful shelved cupboard as well as a triple door airing cupboard housing a 60 gallons capacity domestic hot water cylinder. At the rear of the property is the master bedroom suite with a well-proportioned bedroom with air conditioning and dual aspect overlooking the gardens. There is a dressing room with ample hanging space and shelving, whilst the en suite facilities provide a contemporary suite with pedestal wash hand basin, panelled bath with shower attachment, low level WC, mechanical extract ventilation and a powered shower in a separate cubicle. At the front of the property are three further bedrooms, one currently used as a dressing room to the second bedroom. Two larger bedrooms enjoy dual aspects and exposed beam and are also able to share Jack and Jill en suite facilities with mechanical extract ventilation, tiled power shower cubicle, vanity unit wash hand basin and toilet. If a fourth bedroom is required then the opening to bedroom two would need to be closed, opening up the rear of the shelved cupboard from the landing which would provide independent access. Outside and Garden The Grounds At the front of Woodthorpes Farm is an in and out gravelled driveway with parking area to the front of the house. At one side of the property are pillared electrically operated gates with alert bell with driveway leading into the yard and round to the triple bay cart lodge, 32’5â€� x 20’3â€�. Attached to this is an American style new barn providing a heated kitchen area, separate toilet and a heated room for tack also a large storage area perhaps suitable for other uses, subject to any other necessary consents. Within the courtyard is a traditional two story Suffolk barn with gas and electrical connections and measuring some 31’ x 28’ – currently used for storage on two floors. The Nissan Hut measures 59’ x 23’ with full height and electrically operated roller shutter door. It houses DERV and red diesel tanks as well as the mains power unit for all electric fencing. Close to the house is a modern fully equipped air conditioned office building with toilet whilst to the north of the gardens is a recently erected detached log cabin with kitchen and shower room, also having its own BT line and enjoying views over the paddocks. At the rear of the yard is a well drained 40’ x 20’ metre mnage with rubber topping and post and rail enclosure. The menage is surrounded by approximately 19 acres of paddocks enclosed by stock proof fencing with electric rope with galvanised metal gates offering entrance to the individual paddocks, each of which has its own water supply. Other facilities include a powerful garden irrigation system, bulk gas tank buried close to the front entrance and pumped waterfall effect for the garden pond. Additional Land On the west side of the lane is a further 23 acres of similar paddocks, again with water laid on to each. A separate mains electric fencing power unit is contained within the small wooden housing near the lane. Towards the western boundary is approximately 10 acres of woodland and to the northern part of the same area there is a 4 acre apple orchard with four different varieties adding enormously to the amenity enjoyment of Woodthorpes Farm. This land is available to be purchased in addition to the main property. Ground Floor Porch Drawing Room 21'10" x 15'6" Dining Room 15'6" x 15'4" Family Room 20'1" x 11'3" Kitchen/Breakfast Room 20'4" x 16'7" Utility WC Conservatory 16'1" x 15'2" First Floor Bedroom One 16'7" x 12'9" En Suite Dressing Bedroom Two 15'6" x 13'11" En Suite Bedroom Three 15'6" x 10'1" Bedroom/Dressing 11'7" x 9'3"
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