Property details









Swimming Pool




Pet Friendly


Guest Rooms






Conference Facilities

Erf size:
21.98 ha
Land usage:
Small Holding,


  • Main bedroom with wood fireplace, walk-in dressing room and carpeted floors
  • Bedroom 2 with built-in cupboards and carpeted floors
  • Bedroom 3 with built-in cupboards and carpeted floors
  • Bathroom 1 with basin, bath, shower, toilet and tiled floors
  • Bathroom 2 with basin, bath, shower, toilet and tiled floors
  • Entrance hall with tiled floors
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Additional buildings

  • 6 x Cottage (1 Bedroom )
  • 1 x Cottage (2 Bedrooms , 1 Bathroom)
  • 1 x Lapa
  • 1 x Second Dwelling (2 Bedrooms , 1 Bathroom)
  • 1 x Shed
  • 1 x Shed
  • 1 x Stables
  • 8 x Staff Accommodation (2 Bedrooms )
  • 1 x Storage
  • 1 x Teen Pad (1 Bedroom )
  • 1 x Workroom (2 Bedrooms )
  • 2 x Workroom
  • 1 x Workshop

Spectacular setting

This historic prime property is situated at the foothills of the Magaliesberg mountains between the Donkerhoek road and the Kgaswane Nature Reserve boundary to the southwest. The property's northern boundary is defined by 900m of stream bed in which there is an occasional flow. The south western boundary consists of 800m of game fencing with the Kgaswane Nature Reserve. The property has a well-documented history dating back to 1909. With many outbuildings that can be used as guest lodges or for permanent rental income, a quaint chapel, restaurant and duckpond, there is far too much to mention. A truly unique property with its long lane of tall trees. This property boasts a 12 700 litre brick and concrete fresh water reservoir for drinking water, A 260 000 Litre rectangular concrete irrigation reservoir that also doubles as a swimming pool and home to the farms koi. There is a 60 m deep borehole that is currently equipped with a single phase 1.5 kW submersible pump. The farm receives most of its water from a weir in a stream in the mountain. A 600 m long 75mm pipeline transports the water to the domestic reservoir and then to the irrigation dam. A 210m2 building on the property is now a quaint restaurant. There is a 150m2 hall that opens out onto a large terrace, a 20m2 granary, 45m2 packhouse which is now home to the Pilanesburg Coffee Roasters, a Large Farm Yard outdoor recreation venue that is fenced with a braai area, bar and 12m wide circular children's swimming pool. The 128m2 chapel that seats 120 people has been the venue of countless weddings. This lovely property has so much to mention, it is worth viewing should this be a homestead/guesthouse or whatever you dream of it being. The main house consists of 3 bedrooms with a large entrance hall, lounge with a small Welcome Dover wood burning stove, a large kitchen with walk in pantry and scullery and gas stove, has a dining room and a 19 m verandah on two sides with a built in braai and a large private garden with paving. 200 Ltr solar geyser with electrical backup, recently re-enamelled cast iron ball and claw bath in main bathroom, 2,5kw grid tied solar photovoltaic electric supply.

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