224.9 ha farm in Stutterheim
R 15 000 000
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224.9 ha farm in Stutterheim
R 15 000 000Can I afford this?
LAND COMPILATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE
No. of Camps & Type & Condition of Fencing: Camps (7) - 6 Strand Stock Proof fencing.
Water Sources: Earthen dams (5) & Reservoirs (3)
Irrigation: Can be implemented
Boreholes : 3
Electricity (ESKOM): Three Phase power
Sewerage Reticulation : French Drain
The grazing capacity for the area is 3 to 4 ha per Large Stock Unit or .5 ha per Small Stock Unit. This information was verified by farmers in the area.
Main Dwelling (773m)
The floors are yellowwood timber, the window frames are of steel and also hardwood. The ceilings are of Rhinoboard .
There is an entertainment area, i.e. a lapa/entertainment/bar area, with a thatched roof, leading to a swimming pool, of between 50 and 75kl.
An office has been established as part of the main dwelling. It is from this point that the abattoir/farming enterprise is managed.
Garages / Storeroom (Outbuildings to the main dwelling - 54m)
This building has been constructed of brick and mortar under a corrugated iron roof, with a cement floor and window frames of steel. It is in close proximity to the main dwelling.
Secondary Dwelling (162m)
This dwelling was constructed of brick and mortar under a pitched corrugated iron roof. It is an older structure, with timber floors. The window frames are of steel and the ceilings are of Rhino board. The accommodation comprises 3 bedrooms, lounge, dining room, kitchen and bathroom.
Guest Accommodation ( 50m2)
This improvement has been constructed of brick and mortar under corrugated iron. This unit is a basic one bedroom flatlet.
Staff Accommodation 95m)
There are 3 units constructed of brick and mortar. The floors are cement. The window frames are of steel. They are in fair condition. Presently they are not being utilized, as the staff prefer to commute from their homes, which are in fairly close proximity.
This is a small structure built of brick and mortar, and utilized to store equipment.
This improvement has been purpose built as an abattoir, and complies to the necessary health and safety regulations. It has been constructed of brick and mortar under an insulated roof. The floors are based on concrete and designed as wash floors.
This building is of brick and mortar under corrugated iron, which accommodates 10 horses.
Shed ( 240m)
This is a large structure utilized to store farm implements etc.
Feed Room ( 153m2)
This is a dedicated area for the storage of poultry feed.
CLASS B IMPROVEMENTS
Poultry Batteries ( 5331m2)
There are 9 batteries, which generate approximately 73 000 chickens per cycle. Six of the units accommodate 10 000 each, whilst two units accommodate 5 000 each and one small unit houses some 2 500 to 3 000 chickens. These structures are purpose built of brick and mortar, with mesh sides, under insulated roofing. These units are gas heated.
Aviary ( 105m2)
These structures are utilized in the breeding cycle of the poultry production.
There are three 12 ton silos to provide feed for broilers/chickens being reared for slaughter purposes. They are in motorized.
There are 3 reservoirs on this farm which are utilized to pump water to dedicated points of storage in polypropelene tankage. Two of these concrete units hold 40 000lt each, whilst the third unit holds 10 000lt. There are earthen dams on the farm, which are utilized as watering points in the camps.
There are 3 boreholes/windmill, which are not presently being used. The quality of the water is good. The volume is unknown, but the flow is sufficient to adequately supplement the reservoir system, should this be necessary.
The perimeter and camps are fenced off with standard 6 strand stock proof fencing, which is in a good condition.