Property details

Erf size:
13,971,933 m²
Energy Supplies:


  • Fence boundary
  • 24 hour manned security including guard house
  • Cellular coverage and road access

Africa is calling, come make this your own

This beautiful, unspoilt stand is one of only 35, nestled high, looking down on the Zandspruit non-perennial river with stunning combretum trees. It also has a view of the majestic Drakensberg Mountain Range. Come home to a place with great diversity where if you feel like it, you can take a drive to Mcibi Pan or Hippo Dam where you can enjoy sundowners and unspoiled vistas. Your levies take care of the management of the farm, leaving you free to enjoy this as your permanent residence or holiday home. This is truly a blue chip development. A 1,300 hectare reserve with only 35 one hectare sites for residential development makes this truly exclusive. 1 Hectare stands are situated along the Sandspruit River Bed with beautiful riverine bush surroundings. Purchasing at Khaya Ndlovu is an ideal investment. Khaya Ndlovu is part of the Rietspruit Conservancy. Traverse packages are available which will give you approximately 5000ha of traversing in search of the big 4, the little 5 and plains game. Khaya Ndlovu Game Reserve is nestled between the outskirts of Hoedspruit and the foothills of the majestic Drakensberg Mountains and lies on the eastern boundary of Raptors View Wildlife Estate. The reserve is approximately 10 minutes from town, 45 minutes drive from the Orpen Gate of the Kruger National Park, Phalaborwa and the Panorama route (Pilgrims Rest, Gods Window, Sabie) Khaya Ndlovu offers the pleasure of secure ownership in a Share Block Company on a Managed Game Reserve which is situated on some of the finest bushveld that South Africa has to offer. Close to all amenities, this investment offers exclusivity with all the benefits of living on a Private Game Reserve. Architecturally designed homes are designed to fit into the natural surroundings, yet still allowing you freedom to design a home to suit your requirements. To ensure minimum detraction from the natural beauty of the Reserve, all services to the sites such as Eskom and municipal water run underground. The Reserve is fully fenced by electrified game fencing, has controlled access and is patrolled on a daily basis. Big game, Wildebeest, Zebra, Giraffe, Kudu, Waterbuck, Nyala as well as Impala roam freely and Hippo inhabit the dams. A levy of only R2 000 a month ensures that the management of roads, security and wildlife will remain top priority.

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