Farm in Humansdorp
Farm in Humansdorp
There are 2 streams running through the reserve, both of which are flowing all year round.
This attractive composition of land with its surrounding mountains and valley protected by its Nature Reserve Status provides fortunate owners with the opportunity to live within a protected reserve inhabited by wildlife, sustained by organic farming (permaculture and biodynamic) and its natural water resources.
The arable lands are ideal for supporting a sustainable lifestyle, enabling one to farm organic produce. The vision we have for Honeyville includes the setting up of permaculture gardens (organic food gardens) with a variety of food and medicinal herbs for personal use and for producing revenue for the farm. In addition to groceries we want to plant fruit and nut trees as well as harvest various types of berry. The soil on Honeyville has been approved for the planting of an olive grove, grape vineyard (stok-wyn) and lavender fields.
Regular sightings are made of bushbuck, grysbok, duiker, hare, vervit monkeys and less seldom seen but prevalent are the bat eared fox, aardvark, cape clawless otter, lynx, porcupine and bushpig. There is an overwhelmingly abundant sanctuary of bird life.
Our horses are free grazers. Honeyville?s proximity to the local beaches is an added feature as the popular and well-known surf spots of Jeffreys Bay and St Francis are within a 25 km range and it is also situated only 25 km from the Kondoma Gate of the Baviaans Kloof Nature Reserve.
There are just over 20 opportunities on offer at Honeyville and the prices range from R 495 000 ? R 695 000. Each new landowner will take transfer of their own title deed for their respective erf but will then also enjoy the benefits of the remaining ?communal? area.
Contact us and we will connect you with the listing agent. This is a unique and rare opportunity.
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