56Ha Farm For Sale in Clarens

Other Free State , Free State
9,800,000 R
1/18/2018
Guddle Burn farm is located close to the charming village of Clarens. On this 56 hectare plot, 15 ha are currently being used to grow wheat and Japanese millet, there is a river as well as the beautiful farmhouse that overlooks the breathtaking mountainous landscape. This farm house, built in 2010, has all the luxuries of a modern home! The home has an open plan design with a good flow, the ceilings are high with exposed beams. The chef's sized kitchen has its own separate scullery and pantry areas, fitted with all the top finishings and appliances. There is a central fireplace that separates the kitchen from the lounge and bar area. The bar area has its own storage nook, wooden counter top, and seating for up to 6 people - perfect for entertaining guests! The lounge is split into 2 seating areas. Both flow onto the large veranda that features an outdoor dining, lounge, and braai area. The garden is breathtaking! The home has 2 downstairs bedrooms, both with brand new wood-look flooring tiles, fireplaces, big wooden windows and doors and en-suite bathrooms. The main downstairs bedroom has a large walk-in-closet. The upstairs bedroom is it's own private suite. This area is tiled and very spacious having its own lounge area, fireplace, private balcony and en-suite bathroom. The home includes a swimming pool, a triple garage, and a study/office. Has Pool Property Reference #: PF4892 Agent Details: PropertyFox 1.5% Property Fox 5th Floor Hamilton House30 Chiappini Street
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56Ha Farm For Sale in Clarens

Other Free State , Free State
9,800,000 R
12/25/2017
Guddle Burn farm is located close to the charming village of Clarens. On this 56 hectare plot, 15 ha are currently being used to grow wheat and Japanese millet, there is a river as well as the beautiful farmhouse that overlooks the breathtaking mountainous landscape. This farm house, built in 2010, has all the luxuries of a modern home! The home has an open plan design with a good flow, the ceilings are high with exposed beams. The chef's sized kitchen has its own separate scullery and pantry areas, fitted with all the top finishings and appliances. There is a central fireplace that separates the kitchen from the lounge and bar area. The bar area has its own storage nook, wooden counter top, and seating for up to 6 people - perfect for entertaining guests! The lounge is split into 2 seating areas. Both flow onto the large veranda that features an outdoor dining, lounge, and braai area. The garden is breathtaking! The home has 2 downstairs bedrooms, both with brand new wood-look flooring tiles, fireplaces, big wooden windows and doors and en-suite bathrooms. The main downstairs bedroom has a large walk-in-closet. The upstairs bedroom is it's own private suite. This area is tiled and very spacious having its own lounge area, fireplace, private balcony and en-suite bathroom. The home includes a swimming pool, a triple garage, and a study/office. Has Pool Property Reference #: PF4892 Agent Details: PropertyFox 1.5% Property Fox 5th Floor Hamilton House30 Chiappini Street
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Clarens, Commercial sale
19,085,000 R
2/16/2018
Own a piece of paradise. This amazing property must be at the top of the list of beautiful farms in the Eastern Free State. Situated between Ficksburg and Fouriesburg in the Witteberg mountain range, only 70km from Clarens, this registered nature reserve comprises of mountaintop and valley terrain covering an area of 1414 ha and held under three title deeds. It is seldom that a property like this is available on the market. Senior officials from the Department of Nature Conservation made a comment "you do not get more beautiful than this!" on a recent visit. Arable land is approximately 150 hectares. Much of the arable land is adjacent to two large dams which could be used for irrigation purposes. The dams are stocked with bass and carp. All the water sources originate from the reserve and are therefore unpolluted. The neighbours farm with vegetables, grain, sunflower and soya beans. This is also the perfect area for cherries, asparagus and apples to name but a few. Bottling water is another opportunity. The reserve has unlimited potential for game breeding, eco-tourism and hunting by both local and international hunters. It can also be used as a cattle and/or sheep farm or simply as a lifestyle farm. This is the perfect environment to breed disease-free buffalo as well as sable antelope, exotic wildebeest species, bontebok, etc. Eco-tourism could include 4x4 trails, abseiling, game viewing..... the potential is truly only limited by a lack of imagination. The reserve is renowned for its scenic setting and boasts numerous wildlife species. There are breathtaking views in every direction, over the reserve and beyond and including the Maluti mountains of Lesotho. Tourists may use any of the four hiking trails to explore the reserve by foot, horseback or mountain bikes. Many towering sandstone cliffs, springs and perennial and seasonal streams are found on the reserve. A seasonal waterfall drops into a deep wooded gorge. Three dams offer area shelter to an abundance of bird life. Even during the recent severe drought were we able to offer water to other farmers. During normal rainfall years, the reserve receives an above average rainfall of 800 - 1000 mm. The climate is mild during the warm months and we usually receive some snow during winter. Biologically it lies in a major ecological transitional zone resulting in a great diversity of habitats (both the Drakensberg and Free State High Veld vegetation) and rare plant and animal communities with an affinity for rocky places, water courses and mixed vegetation, e.g. baboon, caracal, serval, genet, jackal, fox, otter, mongoose, dassie, porcupine and many others. There are also many bird species associated with high mountains such as grey-wing francolin, ground woodpecker, stonechat, rock thrush, orange breasted rock jumper, rock kestrel, malachite and great double collared sunbirds, bald ibis, gymnogene and black eagle. The reserve has one of the best geological exposures of the top of the Karoo geological system. In terms of safety aspects, it is hidden in the mountain range with sheer cliffs on one side. The access road ends at the reserve entrance so it does not border any roads and is surrounded by other farms making it extremely safe and private. This is a low maintenance farm and is suitable for either a full-time farmer or a lifestyle farmer. We currently employ two male and one female worker. They are very dependable and know the farm well. Hunting is currently managed by a very experienced operator so the new owner does not have to be experienced in the hunting business if he/she wishes to continue with it. Alternatively a buyer may opt to only purchase the undeveloped portion of 887 hectares for R8 870 000.00 excluding VAT and game. Game could be negotiated separately if only the undeveloped portion is purchased. Price: R19 085 000.00 (136 Niguni cattle included in the selling price) Property Reference #: RL2298 Agent Details: Willie Louw Agrisell 32 Ryneveld StreetStellenbosch7600
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18,000,000 R
2/6/2018
Game, cattle and tourist farm of 1415 ha for sale Ficksburg in the beautiful Eastern Free State highlands. R18 million (excluding VAT). All game as well as 136 nguni cattle included. Own a piece of paradise. This amazing property must be at the top of the list of beautiful farms in the Eastern Free State Situated between Ficksburg and Fouriesburg in the Witteberg mountain range, only 70km from Clarens, this registered nature reserve comprises of mountaintop and valley terrain covering an area of 1415 ha and held under three title deeds. It is seldom that a property like this is available on the market. Senior officials from the Department of Nature Conservation made a comment "you do not get more beautiful than this!" on a recent visit. Arable land is approximately 150 hectares. Much of the arable land is adjacent to two large dams which could be used for irrigation purposes. The dams are stocked with bass and carp. All the water sources originates on the reserve and is therefore unpolluted. The neighbours farm with vegetables, grain, sunflower and soya beans. This is also the perfect area for cherries, asparagus and apples to name but a few. Bottling water is another opportunity. The reserve has unlimited potential for game breeding, eco-tourism and hunting by both local and international hunters . It can also be used as a cattle and/or sheep farm or simply as a lifestyle farm. This is the perfect environment to breed disease free buffalo as well as sable antelope, exotic wildebeest species, bontebok, etc. Eco tourism could include 4x4 trails, abseiling, game viewing..... the potential is truely only limited by a lack of imagination. The reserve is renowned for its scenic setting and boasts numerous wildlife species. There are breathtaking views in every direction, over the reserve and beyond and including the Maluti mountains of Lesotho. Tourists may use any of the four hiking trails to explore the reserve by foot, horseback or mountain bikes. Many towering sandstone cliffs, springs and perennial and seasonal streams are found on the reserve. A seasonal waterfall drops into a deep wooded gorge. Three dams offer area shelter to an abundance of bird life. Even during the recent severe drought were we able to offer water to other farmers. During normal rainfall years the reserve receives an above average rainfall of 800 - 1000 mm. The climate is mild during the warm months and we usually receive some snow during winter. Biologically it lies in a major ecological transitional zone resulting in a great diversity of habitats (both Drakensberg and Free State High Veld vegetation) and rare plant and animal communities with an affinity for rocky places, water courses and mixed vegetation, e.g. baboon, caracal, serval, genet, jackal, fox, otter, mongoose, dassie, porcupine and many others. There are also many bird species associated with high mountains such as grey-wing francolin, ground woodpecker, stone chat, rock thrush, orange breasted rock jumper, rock kestrel, malachite and great double collared sunbirds, bald ibis, gymnogene and black eagle. The reserve has one of the best geological exposures of the top of the Karoo geological system. In terms of safety aspects it is hidden in the mountain range with sheer cliffs on one side. The access road ends at the reserve entrance so it does not border any roads and is surrounded by other farms making it extremely safe and private. This is a low maintenance farm and is suitable for either a full time farmer or a lifestyle farmer. We currently employ two male and one female worker. They are very dependable and know the farm well. Hunting is currently managed by a very experienced operator so the new owner does not have to be experienced in the hunting business if he/she wishes to continue with it.
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19,085,000 R
1/19/2018
Own a piece of paradise. This amazing property must be at the top of the list of beautiful farms in the Eastern Free State. Situated between Ficksburg and Fouriesburg in the Witteberg mountain range, only 70km from Clarens, this registered nature reserve comprises of mountaintop and valley terrain covering an area of 1414 ha and held under three title deeds. It is seldom that a property like this is available on the market. Senior officials from the Department of Nature Conservation made a comment "you do not get more beautiful than this!" on a recent visit. Arable land is approximately 150 hectares. Much of the arable land is adjacent to two large dams which could be used for irrigation purposes. The dams are stocked with bass and carp. All the water sources originate from the reserve and are therefore unpolluted. The neighbours farm with vegetables, grain, sunflower and soya beans. This is also the perfect area for cherries, asparagus and apples to name but a few. Bottling water is another opportunity. The reserve has unlimited potential for game breeding, eco-tourism and hunting by both local and international hunters. It can also be used as a cattle and/or sheep farm or simply as a lifestyle farm. This is the perfect environment to breed disease-free buffalo as well as sable antelope, exotic wildebeest species, bontebok, etc. Eco-tourism could include 4x4 trails, abseiling, game viewing..... the potential is truly only limited by a lack of imagination. The reserve is renowned for its scenic setting and boasts numerous wildlife species. There are breathtaking views in every direction, over the reserve and beyond and including the Maluti mountains of Lesotho. Tourists may use any of the four hiking trails to explore the reserve by foot, horseback or mountain bikes. Many towering sandstone cliffs, springs and perennial and seasonal streams are found on the reserve. A seasonal waterfall drops into a deep wooded gorge. Three dams offer area shelter to an abundance of bird life. Even during the recent severe drought were we able to offer water to other farmers. During normal rainfall years, the reserve receives an above average rainfall of 800 - 1000 mm. The climate is mild during the warm months and we usually receive some snow during winter. Biologically it lies in a major ecological transitional zone resulting in a great diversity of habitats (both the Drakensberg and Free State High Veld vegetation) and rare plant and animal communities with an affinity for rocky places, water courses and mixed vegetation, e.g. baboon, caracal, serval, genet, jackal, fox, otter, mongoose, dassie, porcupine and many others. There are also many bird species associated with high mountains such as grey-wing francolin, ground woodpecker, stonechat, rock thrush, orange breasted rock jumper, rock kestrel, malachite and great double collared sunbirds, bald ibis, gymnogene and black eagle. The reserve has one of the best geological exposures of the top of the Karoo geological system. In terms of safety aspects, it is hidden in the mountain range with sheer cliffs on one side. The access road ends at the reserve entrance so it does not border any roads and is surrounded by other farms making it extremely safe and private. This is a low maintenance farm and is suitable for either a full-time farmer or a lifestyle farmer. We currently employ two male and one female worker. They are very dependable and know the farm well. Hunting is currently managed by a very experienced operator so the new owner does not have to be experienced in the hunting business if he/she wishes to continue with it. Alternatively a buyer may opt to only purchase the undeveloped portion of 887 hectares for R8 870 000.00 excluding VAT and game. Game could be negotiated separately if only the undeveloped portion is purchased. Price: R19 085 000.00 (136 Niguni cattle included in the selling price) Property Reference #: RL2298 Agent Details: Willie Louw Agrisell 32 Ryneveld StreetStellenbosch7600
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