Halfway between Prins Albert and Merweville lies this 5,614 ha idyllically farm which can be transformed into a sought-after game farm. At present is a productive sheep farm. It is located only 5 km from a tar road. The topography is rugged with deep plunging valleys, rounded yet undulating hills, with 3 dry tree-lined rivers including the Dwyka River. The infrastructure consists of good perimeter fencing, about 40% is 1.2 metre stock proof and 60% is jackal proof 2.4 metre electrified game fence. There are 7 inner-camps and 2 smaller camps close to the house. The house is not in good repair, but the labourer house and stables are in a better state of repair. A shed is used for storage as well as for the slaughtering of hunted game. Water is obtained from a perennial spring close to the house. Eleven of the 12 boreholes are fitted with windmills supplying stock drinking water to 9 dams and 3 water tanks securing water supply to the respective camps. About 5 hectares is good clay loam soil and were watered by flood irrigation. An interesting feature of this farm is that the Chrysanthemoides monilifera or Bietou, is an evergreen flowering shrub with glossy round leaves and is well-known as an arid plant highly nutritive value. The hills are covered with these plants as well as ganna`s which secures an additional source of nutrition for livestock or game. There are bushes, shrubs and also large patches with grass, Acacia thorn trees and dense riverine ticket. Due to the dry climate, the area is well-known as a disease-free area for the breeding of game. Rare game species which occurred historically in the area were Buffalo, Giraffe, Kudu, Zebra, Eland, Springbuck, Grey Rhebuck, Klipspringer, Cape Grysbok, Steenbok and Common Duiker which long ago roamed the area. This farm is an ideal farm for a nice to have game farm with the topography and vegetation to run a lucrative game breeding program, if needed. For sale as a going concern at R10,5 million at a 0% VAT going concern.