1077 m² Land available in Ifafi
R 440 000
1077 m² Land available in Ifafi
R 440 000
La Camargue Country Estate is located on the North-Eastern side of Hartbeespoort Dam, some 2 kilometres from the centre of the rapidly expanding town of Schoemansville, in the North West Province. The estate is situated on ninety-two hectares of pristine bushveld land and is framed by the picturesque Magaliesberg Mountains. A serene country lifestyle within a secure, controlled access estate, aimed at the permanent home owner. Yet close to the N4 toll road and R511, with Pretoria and Brits only twenty minutes away, and Fourways a short thirty minute commute. The development is very low density, offering 187 freehold residential stands varying in size from 1000m2 to 1800m2 and 143 freehold cluster stands of approximately 500m2 each. Out of the 92 hectares over 60% of the entire estate consists of parkland, lakes, walking and cycling trails and recreation activities for the use of the residents. Phase one has a community of 87 stands that have been proclaimed and over 80 buyers have taken transfer. The unique aspect of La Camargue is the fact that it has electricity, water and sewerage already connected. This allows the commencement of home construction almost immediately if required. The architectural theme is French Farmhouse Style and is reminiscent of the famous rural Camargue region in the South of France. With homes characterised by covered verandas, gently sloping Mediterranean style roofs, natural stone and bagged brickwork in earthy tones. The electric security fence has been installed around the whole estate and as the gatehouse is now complete, the estate is secure 24 hours a day with controlled access. A key feature of the estate will be the rehabilitation of natural lakes and streams coursing through the site, providing sanctuary for birds and wildlife. With recreational areas for its residents with the addition of walking and cycling trails and bird hides. An internationally recognised landscape architect has been commissioned to ensure that the estate is naturally landscaped with indigenous trees and natural grasses. The focal point of the estate will be the residents clubhouse which will overlook the main lake and will follow the French architectural theme of the villas, along with the gatehouse. Facilities at the club will include a communal area for social get togethers. Kitchen facilities with indoor/outdoor bars, change rooms and toilets and shaded verandas for sunset cocktails and alfresco dining. Outside facilities will consist of a built in braai area, swimming pool and childrens pool, tennis court, volley ball court, a traditional French Boule pitching area and childrens playground. Strict architectural and landscaping guidelines are in place to ensure that the integrity of the estate is maintained within the overall theme and a number of architectural plans have been prepared by the estates architect, from which the buyers may choose ideas. In order to reduce the inconvenience to the other residents, owners are obliged to complete their homes within 2 years of transfer. The estate also has approval for a small office component, which will allow residents to walk to work and will be wired for state of the art communication and entertainment facilities. The estate will be managed and administered by a Home Owners Association and all buyers will be required to be members. The monthly levies are estimated to be in the region of R2000 at present. The facilities on the door step of by La Camargue, include state of the art shopping, schools, health, restaurants, entertainment, gyms and an equestrian centre.
Erf 59 and 60 is situated in one of the four (4) cul-de-sacs located in the Estate. The culde-sac where Erf 59 and 60 is located is very secluded from the rest of the houses / properties in the Estate with vast stretches of open space surrounding Erf 59 and 60 and ideal for individuals who love nature.
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Hartbeespoort is a small resort town situated on slopes of the Magaliesberg Mountain and the banks of the Hartbeespoort Dam. This "poort" in the Magaliesberg was a popular spot for hunters, where they cornered and shot the hartebeest many years ago. Watersports such as para-sailing, windsurfing, jet skiing, tubing and boat cruises are very popular on the dam. This neighbourhood is vibrant and full of life, with a great social scene.