Farm in Stilbaai
R 4 995 000
Simon A. Obholzer
Mayfair Property Group
Farm in Stilbaai
R 4 995 000Can I afford this?
The views stretch as far as the majestic mountains at Riversdale
Set amongst the Fynbos hills just outside Still Bay, lies this beautiful farm.
This extensive property offers a variety of indigenous fauna and flora making this the ideal location to develop a luxury guest lodge or game farm.
This farm would be suitable, amongst others, for a variety of game like Springbuck, Kudu, Eland, Bontebok and Buffalo. There are currently wild
Bushbuck, Steenbuck, Duiker, Grysbuck and Vaal Rhebuck and numerous other animals like Honey badgers, Porcupine, and harmless Bat-eared Fox, Caracal, African wildcat as well as the very scarce Cape Leopard roaming the lands as they have since ancient times. Groups of wild Eland are also occasionally seen on this property .
A guest lodge on this property could offer amazing attractions such as magnificent game drives, a stone age cave with hand printed markings as well as Stone Age tools at an ancient red ochre mine described by Prof. Curtis Marean (Arizona State University) of as being an exceptional and unique site.
The views stretch as far as the majestic mountains at Riversdale and overlook mostly natural landscapes and farms. The seaside town of Still Bay is a mere 25km away for further enjoyment of this Fynbos Coastal region.
Currently the farm is being used for grazing where most of the property''s fencing is in good repair and the farm is divided into several camps for cattle or sheep.
Buildings and structures on the farm include 2 thatch roof houses and a good borehole with fresh water. On this farm there is an ancient well of approximately 11m deep.
The habitat is excellent for cattle farming and an additional income is generated from the lucrative Fynbos honey industry as well as the harvesting of indigenous growing thatch.
The property consists of three separate registered title deeds.
Easy access to N2
Very safe & tranquil area
Excellent sites for chalets
Stone age cave markings
Fresh water borehole