Looking to invest in your own future at the water, just one hour from Jhb? Choose Deneysville, the hub of the Vaal Dam and border town between Gauteng and the Free State. As land-locked Gauteng's biggest dam the Vaal can be seen as second only to Durbs - but much closer, with 360 degree views of 'high' water at the 100% level! See FB *** Invest at the 'beach front' in a restaurant and/or beer-garden which attracts claustrophobic Gautengers over holidays and weekends. The Waverley Road waterfront has been declared a tourism node, the Lion Route. The Villa Guesthouse is the hub of the node. It sleeps 12 people and is fully licensed. An extended restaurant facility has been established, is equipped and licensed to serve the facility and the node. We can look at 'modules' for rental being the restaurant itself, pub and beer-garden or the whole bang-shoot. The guesthouse is not part of the deal although it does provide the 'feet'! Start your own business or relocate to this emerging tourism zone surrounded by high density residential complexes. Aside from the guesthouse two neighbouring complexes house 120 people as both holiday and lone-term tenants. Across the waters is Gauteng, the holiday village of Vaal Marina, home to over 6 000 weekenders who take to the waters to explore the breadth of the Vaal's 1200km shoreline - their first stop, Deneysville! And meandering within the southern border are the 'fat cats' from the wealthy, top-end Peninsula estate another hundred households. Deneysville is also a magnet for residents of Villiers, Oranjeville and is at the centre of the Vaal Triangle (Heidelburg, Vereeniging, VDBP and Parys). It is also part of the Vaal Meander, is on the alternative route to the N3 Jhb-Dbn and is along the Baz Bus Drakensberg Route. This combined opportunity includes both indoor and outdoor venues with options of pub, restaurant and dining room as well as beer-garden outdoors (profit sharing options).