Property for sale in Cederberg, All


Popular suburbs in Cederberg, All


Sort by:
< Previous | Showing 1 - 7 of 7 | Next >
0 0
Cederberg, Cederberg
R 19 950 000

GREAT THINGS NEVER CAME FROM COMFORT ZONES… This 619 ha surrounded by dramatic, wind-carved sandstone formations, exceptional botanical diversity. Welcome to the towering Cederberg Mountains in the heart of the Western Cape. A place where time stands still, and city lights have never shows on the horizon. Here where a riot of colour accompanies the coming of the Namaqua spring flowers reaching into the mountains speckled with tenacious fynbos and tortuous passes. On this farm you will cover your best miles by foot…. indigenous fauna and flora, fresh air and incredible night skies…drinking from your own mountain stream. The main farming activity is the production of high quality vegetables although there is enough dry land for crops and grazing and lies 44 km from town of which is 12 km of gravel road. Come, take the scenic route via the Calvinia road. Hit the road Jack and you won’t come back. No more no more… VAT registered. Going concern. Size: 691 ha. Location: 44km from Clanwilliam on the Calvinia Road. Composition: 451 ha: Natural grazing veld. 5 ha: Buildings and roads. 75 ha: Dry land- For crops and grazing. 160 ha: Irrigation land (Pivot point) - for the cultivation of vegetables. Water: 1 069m3 water registered (in the process to register a additional 248 000m3 water). 2 Boreholes: 1st fitted with a submersible pump-(340 000l/ph), 2nd borehole needs to be cleaned (50 000 l/ph). 3 Earth dams each fitted with 55kw pumps- (160 000m3/60 000m3 & 80 000m3). The dams filled by mountain streams; one with weir, with a capacity of 250m3 p\h, it runs roughly from May to October. Improvements: Farmhouse (450m2): 5 Bedrooms & 3 bathrooms. Garage for 2 vehicles. 3 Sheds: 200m2 for vegetable storage, 400m2 for implements and workshop, 340m2 open on sides. 6 Workers houses. Camps: 10 Camps. Climate: Receives approx 180mm of rain per year and because it receives most of its rainfall during winter. The lowest rainfall (3mm) in February and the highest (57mm) in June. The average midday temperatures for Clanwilliam range from 17.9°C in July to 31.3°C in February. The region is the coldest during July when the mercury drops to 5.8°C on average during the night

Listing No: P24-104944111
0 0
Cederberg, Cederberg
R 12 000 000

Situated in the Breekrans river valley, this 1,000 hectare far lies in the midst of the eco-tourism industry of the Cederberg mountains, located about 300km north of Cape Town and is a well-known tourist destination. A 50% share of this farm is for sale including a 50% share in the existing eco-tourism facilities and activities. An 18,75% share in another 8 title deeds with a total acreage of approximately 22,000 undivided hectares is included in the sale. This unpolluted, harsh area is safe and secluded, and boasts dry river beds with many perennial pools. The spectacular rocky formations form a backdrop against the many tree-lined riverbanks which meander through deep canyons. Due to the topography a rare phenomenon occurs in that three rivers join and flow together as a fourth in another direction. The Rietriver Canyon is known as the second largest canyon in the Western Cape. Certain areas are accessible with 4x4 tracks. The mountain range is noted for its dramatic rock formations, and is named after the endangered Clanwilliam Cedar (Widdringtonia cedarbergensis), which is a tree endemic to the area. The 1,000 hectares boast with buildings of historical significance dating to the late nineteenth century. These include the original mill and the Blacksmith`s workshop with a 'blaasbalk' (bellows) still in perfect working condition. Fully equipped cottages and camping sites (accommodation capacity sleeps 200 people); together with a swimming reservoir; a large communal braai with bar / lapa facility. Many of the original trees, including a row of pear trees and a 132 year old vine can still be seen. Water for the gardens, the luserne fields and orchards is obtained from two boreholes (capacity 9,000 lh / 6,000 lh) as well as three registered pumping points in the river. Take in the beautiful scenery as you hike along well-established hiking trails. These are characterised by rocky terrain leading to bushman paintings and panoramic scenery. The historical Rooiberg-trail will take you to a height of 984 metres. The area is also a sought after sports site, with spectacular mountain biking and rock climbing routes, the latter having potential for single and multi-pitch (120m) routes. Team building events and weddings take place throughout the year. In caves and overhangs in the area, numerous San rock art can be found, evidence of the earliest human inhabitants. As a wilderness area, the primary activity is eco-tourism, including camping, rock climbing, mountain biking and hiking. The summers are very hot and dry, while the winters are wetter and cold with typical annual rainfall in the low lying areas of less than 700mm. The higher peaks receive a dusting of snow in the winter. Due to the clear skies during most of the year, it makes it an excellent site for sky watching. The 50% share in the one title deed (including the infrastructure and existing income earning activities) together with the 18,75% share in the undivided 8 title deeds are for sale at R12,000,000.00

Listing No: P24-103700446
0 0
Cederberg, Cederberg
R 950 000

As you dip down over the Pakhuis Pass towards the Brandewyns River, this 63 hectare pristine farm lies in an area well known for its fynbos kingdom and dramatic rock formations. Five plots of 1000 sq meters each are available and you are invited to purchase a stand to build a home/ dwelling. These plots are for sale at R950 000 each. The farm is situated within easy access and close proximity of the tarred pass. A rare opportunity exists to design and build your very own special home and make this ultimate location your haven. Nobody has lived there before. The surrounding mountains are producing the most spectacular colour against the still blue of the sky. The small fountains running through the farm once supplied Rooibos tea seedlings on an adjacent farm with the necessary water. An idyllically spot occurs to build a catchment dam to enjoy as a crystal clear swimming pool. Most of the farm is remote and it borders a nature reserve. I will always be a privilege to venture up the mountains and climb the rocks to see the view across the valley. The indigenous flowers as well as the large yellowwood, wild olive and waboom trees are all striving in the wonderful micro climate. Along the rock formations is a fascinating art and a boulder-hopping trail past 5 known San rock art sites. One which hosts an ant bear (the only rock art ant bear painting known in the Cederberg) as part of the deep red ochre paintings that remains in excellent condition for centuries. Arriving in the tranquil Cederberg is like coming home. You feel welcome here, like you belong! This is the ideal spot to come and build a getaway to relax and explore this secluded and tranquil area. This idealy located farm is also for sale as whole at a going concern of R2 500 000.00

Listing No: P24-103675254
3 1
Cederberg, Cederberg
R 22 200 000

Become the owner of this 710 hectare well-planned unit, situated in a winter rainfall area with dry and hot summers. The average rainfall is 182 mm/year. All necessary infrastructure for an economically viable irrigation operation is in place. During the winter, rainy season, a mountain stream supplies 2,000,000 cubic metre of unpolluted crystal clear water. This water is stored in 4 earth dams with storage capacity 315,000 cubic metre. At present, about 180 hectares are arable and it is possible to irrigate. But in order to do that, the existing dams have to be expanded or a huge earth dam can be built to keep water for the dry summer season. At present 54 hectares is under pivot irrigation. These pivots can be moved to other irrigation areas fitted with the necessary infrastructure and mother-lines. A further 15 hectares are dryland. The main asset of this farm is the high lying concrete structure (dam) filled by rainwater from a large catchment area originating in the Cederberg. There is no irrigation upstream from this concrete structure which are fed by 2 mountain streams during the winter. This structure is located on a separate title with all the servitudes registered and in place. From this structure the water is channelled by gravitation to the low-lying earth dams. A borehole of 200,000 cubic metre, and a river stream of 827,000 cubic metres, are both registered by the DWA. The area is well known for the production of exceptional quality products. Potatoes are the main farming activity but citrus, lucerne and grapes, as well as a wide variety of cash crops, will do well. The carrying capacity is about 250 sheep. Accommodation is available in a comfortable historic 1910 house (540 sq m) and 7 labourer cottages. The other buildings are sheds (710 sq m) and numerous outbuildings (385 sq m). The farm lies 44 km from town of which only 12 km is gravel road. Farms of this size and nature, including well-designed irrigation systems and 4 pivots, are seldom offered for sale in this area. For sale as a going concern at an all-inclusive price of R 22,200,000.00 A list of movables assets are available upon request.

Listing No: P24-103674654
3 0
Cederberg, Cederberg
R 3 700 000

This is a unique Cederberg offering, your own 776 ha farm boasting with a newly built 3 bedroom farmhouse fitted with all modern finishes as well as a sparkling swimming pool. Each day dawns on a breathtaking landscape virtually unchanged since the beginning of time! The second farmhouse dates to the and has been renovated to its old gracious glory to reflect the lifestyle of the farmers who stayed in this area during a bygone Cape frontier era. The current owner, as well as 5 other farmers, including Cape Nature, have recently established this 60,000 hectare conservation area adjacent to the Cederberg Wilderness Area. This conservancy is important because it is a global biodiversity hotspot of both the Cape Floristic and Succulent Karoo region. It is also an important mammal corridor and home to the endangered Cape Leopard and Cape Mountain Zebra. Water is obtained from 2 perennial fountains. About 2 ha of the acreage is suitable for the production of olives, citrus or grapes. For sale at R3 700 000, movables and equipment included in the sales price, list is available upon request.

Listing No: P24-103674687
2 2
Cederberg, Cederberg
R 1 500 000

This beautiful property is small but it is all you need, with endless trails all round. This is a prime holiday area with wine and beer tastings no more than 20min drive away, it is located 120 km from the town Ceres and 65 km from Clanwilliam This specific property is renowned for the borehole on it that has some of the best water in the Western- Northern Cape. The building has a very strong structure and can be turned into a dream holiday home or guest house.

Listing No: P24-104096139
0 0
Cederberg, Cederberg
R 500 000

This small, yet incredible property, offers the best there is. The views are unlimited, the rock formations phenomenal, the air unpolluted and the price affordable! Build your chalet at the edge of the escarpment and enjoy the vastness of this area from your own piece of the magnificent Cederberg Mountain. Water is obtained from a nearby borehole. Situated about 45 km from Clanwilliam of which 30 km are tarred you will be impressed by the natural beauty and seclusion of this area. For sale at R 500 000,00.

Listing No: P24-103675288
Sort by:
< Previous | Showing 1 - 7 of 7 | Next >