Tsantsabane Local Municipality is an administrative area in the ZF Mgcawu District Municipality of the Northern Cape in South Africa. Tsantsabane was the original name given to the town by the Batswana because of the presence of many shiny stones. This large piece of land that's making a debut on the market is aimed at attracting an investment buyer who's looking at a commercial project, is you are one - don't let a bargain of a lifetime pass you by, get in touch ASAP!
On offer this lovely two plots that are vacant for sale, land has already been cleared and is ready for development. Perfect for building an apartment building. Cost is R1 100 000 per vacant plot. Plots are back to back.
VACANT LAND FOR SALE IN WEST END. Potential calling for all investors in west end, big plot situated near town approximately near the Big Hole and lot of amenities. This a plot to do whatever you have been planning, its also serviced plot offers preface electricity, a water pit to supply water, and is situated between 2 streets. call today to view it
Vacant land. Only a few kilometers from Kimberley, this lovely 11 779 m property can be found to develop to your own requirements and taste. Contact your agent for more details. Services available soon.
Nestled between the city of Kimberley and the airport lies this 166 hectare of commercial land. It was previously subject to an option which expired at the end of 2017 in favour of a Solar Farm Company who have recently managed to have rezoning from commercial and residential to solar. This can without doubt be rezoned back to residential and commercial, especially because this Eastern part of the City of Kimberley is in need of residential development. On the Western and Northern perimeter lies the railway track. The airport is in the South and the military base is located East of it. Take note of the following: -Development opportunities of this size and magnitude are rare. -The city of Kimberley is anxious to allow residential and commercial development in this specific area, with no objection to any meaningful developments. -Sufficient water is available for a phase 1 and 2 development. -A sewage plant with the necessary capacity is close by which lowers the cost. -Eskom is close by and it is believed not to be a problem. -The topography is mainly flat land with the occasional indigenous thorn tree. -Rainwater drainage is via a canal, channelling the water away from the property. -The N8 (Main road between Kimberley (3km away) and Bloemfontein (168km away) runs through the property, as well as the tar roads between the military base and the airport. These two roads are a definite valuable asset to any development. -A section of the property will be subject to airport regulations where no buildings are allowed within 800 meter of the end of the runway. This is situated at the Southern side of the property with no major impact on any developments. -Previous land usage rights were: Single Residential: 77.9912 ha General Residential: 1.961 ha Educational (Creches): 0.3245 ha Educational: 5.0684 ha Place of Worship: 2.8741 ha Commercial 1: 14.1887 ha Public open space: 25.0138 ha Public Road: 37.7852 ha -The existing rubble and litter of the property will be cleared by the sellers before date of transfer. -The adjacent military base personnel are in need of housing close by their work. -There are no land claims on the property. -The existing municipality tax is R3,000 per month.