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SOLE MANDATE - This 1 292 sqm erf situated up on a hill overlooking a wine farm and with a view on the Langeberg Mountain range in the distance. Sloping down from West to East.
Western Cape,Ashton,Ashton
190,000 R
Moreaida.co.za
Western Cape,Ashton,Ashton
SOLE MANDATE - This 1 292 sqm erf situated up on a hill overlooking a wine farm and with a view on the Langeberg Mountain range in the distance. Sloping down from West to East.
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This property offers a rare investment opportunity to purchase a spectacular country side estate with architectural designed Manor house in a favored location in the heart of the Overberg. This truly impressive country estate is tucked away on the Southern slopes of the Langeberg mountains, just off the R60 between Swellendam and Ashton. Situated in the picturesque Bushman’s valley the land extends in total to some 60ha with 8ha arable land partially under irrigation. Registered water supply out of the mountains is channeled under gravity into 3 holding dams which are stocked with Bass and Tilapia. The elegant Manor house has been designed to specifically represent the charm and characteristics of a traditional Tuscan farmhouse. The house is in immaculate condition – attention to detail and meticulous design all forms part of this stunning residence. A magnificent 3m high Antique wooden double door leads you into an open plan lounge, dining, kitchen area. This area is defined by its high ceilings spanned by huge solid wooden red blue gum beams over 6 m in length, Batavian terracotta floor tiles, and a massive, ancient Yellow wood beam at the end of the room to complete the picture. The views from the North facing antique sash windows are unsurpassed, with breathtaking sunsets reflected on the mountain, perfect for sipping your evening sundowner. This home has been built with love and considerable attention to the tiniest detail. Antique and Art deco light fittings, solid Yellow wood, or antique Oregon doors, solid brass taps, towel rails, light switches, are all part of the irreplaceable fittings sourced during the building of this home. The kitchen has a large walk in fridge with a solid antique wooden door, which is only one of the unusual features. Basins are antique ceramic, and the taps are all solid brass. Leading into the kitchen from the back door you even have the traditional "Mudroom" with old ox and donkey yolks to hold your hats and raincoats. The ground floor has a study area with Oregon floors, bookcase, and a guest loo with solid marble wash basin, and brass fittings from the old SAR days. The huge Master en-suite bedroom downstairs has antique 6m yellow wood beams spanning the width of the room with a Victorian bath to lie and watch the sunsets from. A fire place for winter nights, a walk in dressing room, and a bathroom designed in the rustic Tuscan style complete the master bedroom. Upstairs is, if anything, more breathtaking than the Master bedroom the guest suite. Wooden sash windows and a Victorian bath, with sensational views over the mountains. A fireplace with antique wooden surround, walk in cupboard, rustic Tuscan bathroom complete the guest suite. The outbuildings comprise of an implement shed and unusual 2 storey garage building, which has space for 2 cars and 2 quad bikes. A large artist’s studio (57sq m) with Oregon pine floors, wood burning stove and exposed beams, reached by a farm style wooden staircase, can easily be converted into a loft apartment. The property also boasts a classic Cape Dutch guesthouse with a clambering grape vine shading the verandah, and a view over the pastured paddocks. This home still has its original blue gum, “dekriet” mud ceilings, and old "brand solder". Renovated with an open plan kitchen/ dining room and the original open hearth for a winter fire in the kitchen. The lounge has Cape vernacular double doors to open on a hot summer evening. The main bedroom still has the original fine place. A second bedroom, and bathroom with Victorian bath and washbasin complete the interior. An old "ring muur " surrounds the original renovated shed which now serves as an implements storeroom. A notable feature of the property is the parklike gardens and grounds where considerable thought has been put into its landscaping of paved and flowering terraces, pastured paddocks and stone pathways flanked with mature Sicilian Cypress trees sloping down to the dam with beautiful Water Lillies. Every position on the estate has just sensational views on the mountains and surrounding farmland. The amenities of this property, its delightful mountain setting and the immaculate finishes of the residences is simply world class and the scarcity of such lifestyle properties in the Overberg, makes this a truly special opportunity. Key features of property: Outstanding private estate in a convenient setting to the West of Swellendam. Attractive Tuscan farmhouse (Manor house) with unique finishes. Outbuildings with garaging for 2 autos and 2 Quad bikes, large and versatile art studio/gallery, step in wine cellar, implement shed and 2 Cape style staff cottages. Separate historic Cape Dutch, 2 bedroomed guesthouse with large shed. Beautiful landscaped gardens, fenced paddocks, arable land with irrigation. Crystal clear water supply out of the mountains, gravity fed into 3 holdings dams. Wide variety of Flora and Fauna with rolling countryside (Renosterveld) going into the mountain area with its Kaapse Fynbos/Protea. Day-to-day amenities can be found in any of the nearby towns of Swellendam, Ashton, Bonnievale or Montagu.
Western Cape,Swellendam,Swellendam
2 rooms
11,800,000 R
2 rooms
Moreaida.co.za
Western Cape,Swellendam,Swellendam
This property offers a rare investment opportunity to purchase a spectacular country side estate with architectural designed Manor house in a favored location in the heart of the Overberg. This truly impressive country estate is tucked away on the Southern slopes of the Langeberg mountains, just off the R60 between Swellendam and Ashton. Situated in the picturesque Bushman’s valley the land extends in total to some 60ha with 8ha arable land partially under irrigation. Registered water supply out of the mountains is channeled under gravity into 3 holding dams which are stocked with Bass and Tilapia. The elegant Manor house has been designed to specifically represent the charm and characteristics of a traditional Tuscan farmhouse. The house is in immaculate condition – attention to detail and meticulous design all forms part of this stunning residence. A magnificent 3m high Antique wooden double door leads you into an open plan lounge, dining, kitchen area. This area is defined by its high ceilings spanned by huge solid wooden red blue gum beams over 6 m in length, Batavian terracotta floor tiles, and a massive, ancient Yellow wood beam at the end of the room to complete the picture. The views from the North facing antique sash windows are unsurpassed, with breathtaking sunsets reflected on the mountain, perfect for sipping your evening sundowner. This home has been built with love and considerable attention to the tiniest detail. Antique and Art deco light fittings, solid Yellow wood, or antique Oregon doors, solid brass taps, towel rails, light switches, are all part of the irreplaceable fittings sourced during the building of this home. The kitchen has a large walk in fridge with a solid antique wooden door, which is only one of the unusual features. Basins are antique ceramic, and the taps are all solid brass. Leading into the kitchen from the back door you even have the traditional "Mudroom" with old ox and donkey yolks to hold your hats and raincoats. The ground floor has a study area with Oregon floors, bookcase, and a guest loo with solid marble wash basin, and brass fittings from the old SAR days. The huge Master en-suite bedroom downstairs has antique 6m yellow wood beams spanning the width of the room with a Victorian bath to lie and watch the sunsets from. A fire place for winter nights, a walk in dressing room, and a bathroom designed in the rustic Tuscan style complete the master bedroom. Upstairs is, if anything, more breathtaking than the Master bedroom the guest suite. Wooden sash windows and a Victorian bath, with sensational views over the mountains. A fireplace with antique wooden surround, walk in cupboard, rustic Tuscan bathroom complete the guest suite. The outbuildings comprise of an implement shed and unusual 2 storey garage building, which has space for 2 cars and 2 quad bikes. A large artist’s studio (57sq m) with Oregon pine floors, wood burning stove and exposed beams, reached by a farm style wooden staircase, can easily be converted into a loft apartment. The property also boasts a classic Cape Dutch guesthouse with a clambering grape vine shading the verandah, and a view over the pastured paddocks. This home still has its original blue gum, “dekriet” mud ceilings, and old "brand solder". Renovated with an open plan kitchen/ dining room and the original open hearth for a winter fire in the kitchen. The lounge has Cape vernacular double doors to open on a hot summer evening. The main bedroom still has the original fine place. A second bedroom, and bathroom with Victorian bath and washbasin complete the interior. An old "ring muur " surrounds the original renovated shed which now serves as an implements storeroom. A notable feature of the property is the parklike gardens and grounds where considerable thought has been put into its landscaping of paved and flowering terraces, pastured paddocks and stone pathways flanked with mature Sicilian Cypress trees sloping down to the dam with beautiful Water Lillies. Every position on the estate has just sensational views on the mountains and surrounding farmland. The amenities of this property, its delightful mountain setting and the immaculate finishes of the residences is simply world class and the scarcity of such lifestyle properties in the Overberg, makes this a truly special opportunity. Key features of property: Outstanding private estate in a convenient setting to the West of Swellendam. Attractive Tuscan farmhouse (Manor house) with unique finishes. Outbuildings with garaging for 2 autos and 2 Quad bikes, large and versatile art studio/gallery, step in wine cellar, implement shed and 2 Cape style staff cottages. Separate historic Cape Dutch, 2 bedroomed guesthouse with large shed. Beautiful landscaped gardens, fenced paddocks, arable land with irrigation. Crystal clear water supply out of the mountains, gravity fed into 3 holdings dams. Wide variety of Flora and Fauna with rolling countryside (Renosterveld) going into the mountain area with its Kaapse Fynbos/Protea. Day-to-day amenities can be found in any of the nearby towns of Swellendam, Ashton, Bonnievale or Montagu.
Complain
Villa Verde Estate is a most desirable Gentleman’s farm on a manageable 4.26 ha just off the popular R60 wine route between Robertson and Ashton. Situated along the Doring River, in the picturesque Klaasvoogds valley, lies this most beautiful homestead of extraordinary design which fits within the traditional Cape farm vernacular. The complex in its peaceful, rural setting is very secure and designed with privacy in mind. The manor house is flanked by a guest wing and a matching utility wing on the other side of the walled entrance courtyard with expansive lawns and beautiful fever trees, edged by a long grove of French palisaded fruit trees. The hugely impressive house features large glass walls and stack away doors to appreciate the beautiful vistas and views of Kranskop and the Langeberg mountains. The manor house with it's central live-in kitchen is the heart of the home with a spacious lounge and dining room and luxurious main suite downstairs - all opening onto a magnificent double volume loggia with floor to ceiling arched doors. The upstairs living room with a study and library has a wood burning stove with the second bedroom suite at the far end with magnificent views across the valley. The floor finish is hand selected sandstone throughout the manor house with laminated wooden floors upstairs. The loggia has large black and white tiles matching the custom made, heavy duty powder coated aluminium doors and windows. The guest wing has two self contained en-suite guest rooms each with a kitchenette and a covered stoep. Hugely popular on AirBnb with the many visitors exploring the vineyards and wineries and the ever popular Pat Bush Mountain Reserve and Wedding venue. The utility wing, ideal for a home industry has three garages, a large utility room, laundry, kitchenette, bathroom, tool and storage rooms. In addition there are rainwater storage tanks totalling 19,000L with an independent filtration plant supplying drinking water under pressure to the whole complex. The paved garage courtyard provides secure access to the garages. Four further walled and fenced courtyards complete the grassed areas around the house, ideal for horses, an olive grove, lavender field or vineyard. The Estate, a registered water user, has 2ha of water available from the Klaasvoogds Water User Association stored in an adjacent dam and delivered to the property through a booster pump and filtration system. The entire estate is under irrigation from this water source, with the 1ha vineyard irrigated with a permanent spitter system, while the rest of the estate to the extent of 1.5ha is irrigated with a permanent sprinkler system. The magnificent herb, vegetable and flower garden with about 20 beds in a fixed oval perimeter has its own versatile irrigation system to enable many different vegetables, flowers and shrubs to be managed at the same time.The vineyard produces superb Chenin Blanc grapes and the wine is made in the exquisite cellars of a nearby Wine Estate producing 1800 bottles under the Villa Verde label for the owners’ own use. This is an ideal weekend retreat in the most tranquil and beautiful surroundings for a family who love to entertain and hosts friends or for the farmer at heart businessman who has always dreamt of a farm in a safe and picturesque area within 2 hours drive from Cape Town. A management contract is available too. Please call Elisabeth to arrange a visit and pack your bags – you will want to stay! SOLE MANDATE Places of interest in Klaasvoogds valley include numerous wineries such as Mo & Rose, Rusticus, Kranskop and the Rosendal Winery & Wellness Spa; olive tasting at Marbrin Farm Olive Growers; local cheese tasting at Montagne Deli or tasting of local crafted beer at Saggy Stone Brewery. Visit the Sheilam Cactus Garden - the biggest succulent garden in the Southern Hemisphere or go on game drives, run or cycle along picturesque country roads, play golf, go skydiving, river rafting or rock climbing.
Robertson Robertson Rural,Robertson,Robertson Rural
4 rooms
630 sqft
500,000 R
4 rooms630 sqft
Morekapstadtinternational.co.za
Robertson Robertson Rural,Robertson,Robertson Rural
Villa Verde Estate is a most desirable Gentleman’s farm on a manageable 4.26 ha just off the popular R60 wine route between Robertson and Ashton. Situated along the Doring River, in the picturesque Klaasvoogds valley, lies this most beautiful homestead of extraordinary design which fits within the traditional Cape farm vernacular. The complex in its peaceful, rural setting is very secure and designed with privacy in mind. The manor house is flanked by a guest wing and a matching utility wing on the other side of the walled entrance courtyard with expansive lawns and beautiful fever trees, edged by a long grove of French palisaded fruit trees. The hugely impressive house features large glass walls and stack away doors to appreciate the beautiful vistas and views of Kranskop and the Langeberg mountains. The manor house with it's central live-in kitchen is the heart of the home with a spacious lounge and dining room and luxurious main suite downstairs - all opening onto a magnificent double volume loggia with floor to ceiling arched doors. The upstairs living room with a study and library has a wood burning stove with the second bedroom suite at the far end with magnificent views across the valley. The floor finish is hand selected sandstone throughout the manor house with laminated wooden floors upstairs. The loggia has large black and white tiles matching the custom made, heavy duty powder coated aluminium doors and windows. The guest wing has two self contained en-suite guest rooms each with a kitchenette and a covered stoep. Hugely popular on AirBnb with the many visitors exploring the vineyards and wineries and the ever popular Pat Bush Mountain Reserve and Wedding venue. The utility wing, ideal for a home industry has three garages, a large utility room, laundry, kitchenette, bathroom, tool and storage rooms. In addition there are rainwater storage tanks totalling 19,000L with an independent filtration plant supplying drinking water under pressure to the whole complex. The paved garage courtyard provides secure access to the garages. Four further walled and fenced courtyards complete the grassed areas around the house, ideal for horses, an olive grove, lavender field or vineyard. The Estate, a registered water user, has 2ha of water available from the Klaasvoogds Water User Association stored in an adjacent dam and delivered to the property through a booster pump and filtration system. The entire estate is under irrigation from this water source, with the 1ha vineyard irrigated with a permanent spitter system, while the rest of the estate to the extent of 1.5ha is irrigated with a permanent sprinkler system. The magnificent herb, vegetable and flower garden with about 20 beds in a fixed oval perimeter has its own versatile irrigation system to enable many different vegetables, flowers and shrubs to be managed at the same time.The vineyard produces superb Chenin Blanc grapes and the wine is made in the exquisite cellars of a nearby Wine Estate producing 1800 bottles under the Villa Verde label for the owners’ own use. This is an ideal weekend retreat in the most tranquil and beautiful surroundings for a family who love to entertain and hosts friends or for the farmer at heart businessman who has always dreamt of a farm in a safe and picturesque area within 2 hours drive from Cape Town. A management contract is available too. Please call Elisabeth to arrange a visit and pack your bags – you will want to stay! SOLE MANDATE Places of interest in Klaasvoogds valley include numerous wineries such as Mo & Rose, Rusticus, Kranskop and the Rosendal Winery & Wellness Spa; olive tasting at Marbrin Farm Olive Growers; local cheese tasting at Montagne Deli or tasting of local crafted beer at Saggy Stone Brewery. Visit the Sheilam Cactus Garden - the biggest succulent garden in the Southern Hemisphere or go on game drives, run or cycle along picturesque country roads, play golf, go skydiving, river rafting or rock climbing.
Complain
Enjoy the pleasure of farming that gives a monthly pay check! Sixty six hectares between the town of Swellendam and Ashton along the picturesque Langeberg Mountains. With great catchment and perfect mountain water the small farm provided for the everyday needs of the owner. The volume of water is delivered at 36 hours every 14 days. The land is particularly attractive with the setting close to a scenic area that caters for tourism and just far enough of the R 62 to have great access. 16 Hectares under irrigation with 27 hectares of dry sowing fields. Two collector dams with one being a servitude dam on the neighbours property. The main house have four bedrooms, with kitchen, lounge, TV room, bar and two bathrooms. A second and third house is leased for a passive income. Two additional labour cottages can be converted into great guest cottages. The property allows for five camp and 5 cottages. Hospitality along the R 62 combined with an already income generating farming enterprise is at this price a serious opportunity! What about a micro brewery? The price comes with implements, dairy equipment and 30 jersey cows included. Just walk in a start taking this farm to the next level. A farm where your creativity puts a stamp on the map. R 5 490 000 with no Transfer Duty selling as a Going Concern.
Western Cape,Swellendam,Swellendam Rural
4 rooms
5,490,000 R
4 rooms
Moreaida.co.za
Western Cape,Swellendam,Swellendam Rural
Enjoy the pleasure of farming that gives a monthly pay check! Sixty six hectares between the town of Swellendam and Ashton along the picturesque Langeberg Mountains. With great catchment and perfect mountain water the small farm provided for the everyday needs of the owner. The volume of water is delivered at 36 hours every 14 days. The land is particularly attractive with the setting close to a scenic area that caters for tourism and just far enough of the R 62 to have great access. 16 Hectares under irrigation with 27 hectares of dry sowing fields. Two collector dams with one being a servitude dam on the neighbours property. The main house have four bedrooms, with kitchen, lounge, TV room, bar and two bathrooms. A second and third house is leased for a passive income. Two additional labour cottages can be converted into great guest cottages. The property allows for five camp and 5 cottages. Hospitality along the R 62 combined with an already income generating farming enterprise is at this price a serious opportunity! What about a micro brewery? The price comes with implements, dairy equipment and 30 jersey cows included. Just walk in a start taking this farm to the next level. A farm where your creativity puts a stamp on the map. R 5 490 000 with no Transfer Duty selling as a Going Concern.
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