• Main bedroom with wooden floors
  • Bedroom 2 with wooden floors
  • Bedroom 3 with wooden floors
  • Bathroom with basin, bath and toilet
  • Dining room
  • Kitchen
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Additional buildings

  • 1 x Shed
  • 1 x Shed

Well Conserved Farm

Nestled in the Sneeuberg Mountain Range, north of Graaff-Reinet is this very well conserved Farm with magnificent Mountain views and occasional snowfalls. The Farm is easily accessible on the N9, 75km from Graaff-Reinet and 30km from Middleburg. The Farm benefits from the south-easterly rain which results in an above average rainfall of 400mm to 425mm. Farm has approximately 60% mountains, 35% apron veld and 5% water courses, which have been fenced off and provide excellent fodder. There are 7 permanent fountains, all registered. The water is piped to all 24 camps for stock water. This is generally a sourveld area, but as a result of good veld management, this farm has had a prolific re-establishment of perennial sweet grasses. The property is well suited for stock farming, particularly cattle. Kudu, fallow deer, vaal rhebok, mountain rhebok, klipspringer and steenbuck range freely across the property. The good grass coverage provides an ideal habitat for Grey Wing. The Homestead was last inhabited in 1974. All buildings are in need of repair. A great opportunity to own this picturesque Karoo farm with excellent veld.

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