41 ha farm in Cullinan
R 6 300 000
Dick & Sue-Home Finders
41 ha farm in Cullinan
R 6 300 000Can I afford this?
The property has 41 Hectares in total
The main house is located within a yard of about 2 hectares, fenced with a 2.2m high closed Bonnox fence. Within this yard there is a Roundavel (stone thatched building), a lapa (a recreation thatched area), a large building used at the moment as storeroom, but a solid structure capable of containing a double storey house. There is also an office (has a shower and toilet, but needs some finishing) and a building attached to the office which had previously been used to incubate and rear small ostriches: these can easily be converted into a 2 bedroom cottage
Besides the lapa there is a small wooden (hexagon shape) thatched Pergola with braai facilities, and three brick 1.5m diameter open water tanks, 2 of which are used for Gold fish breeding. There is also a small stone walled boma with ample sitting space for well over 15 people to enjoy an evening braai or sit by a log fire.
Outside this yard there are other buildings. One is quite large, with an attached smaller room, housing at the moment a herd of goats.
The property id equidistant (about 10 km) from the historical town of Cullinan, and a smaller town, Rayton, both of which have modern facilities, such as banks, petrol stations, supermarkets, medical facilities (with a hospital in Cullinan), restaurants, etc. It is about 35km from the centre of Pretoria, and about 80km from Johannesburg Airport.
The yard, where the residential buildings are situated, is located in a small plateau, at the back of a hill, within the context of a small valley, with unhindered views of the mountain opposite, part of the Meaglisburg range, all about 1500km above sea level. Pollution, in terms of noise, cars etc. is practically non-existent. Within the yard there are, besides large number of indigenous trees, fruit trees scattered around the fence, such as apricots, plums and peaches. There is also a small citrus orchard of lemons, oranges and grapefruits. Residential buildings, etc are not visible from the road, hence providing the required privacy.
The present owners have allowed over the years the development of indigenous trees, so to preserve as much as possible a natural environment hence an overall bushveld atmosphere has been created and maintained throughout.
The climate is overall, mild, with an average maximum of 32 C during the summer, and a low of 5 C during winter. Because of its location, the farm experiences no more than a few days of mild frost some years.
The property house some Blesbuck (7 beautiful buck), a few ostriches, and abundant bird life: 35 different species have been spotted during a year though there are some that can be considered residents, such as the White winged Widow, the Francolins, the Guineafowl, the crowned and blacksmith Plowers, the Spotted Dikkop, the grey Lourie, the redbilled Wood-hoophoop as well as the ordinary Hoophoop, the yellow and grey Hornbills, different varieties of Barbets, the Mousebird, the Woodpecker, different varieties of thrush, sunbirds, the cape Sparrow, the paradise Flycatcher, the fiscal and crimsonbreastesd Shrikes, the Weavers, the Egrets (white), the Hadeda (Ibis), rock Pigeons and doves etc.
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