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Ixopo, Ixopo
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The property is situated on the R612 approximately 3.5 km North West from the Northern entrance to Ixopo Extent: ± 13.255 ha | Main dwelling | Restaurant / Pub | 8 Wooden “cottages” The property has the following improvements: Main dwelling, Restaurant/Pub, 8 Cottages, Outbuildings, Staff accommodation. The property is situated on the R 612 about 3,5 km west to the northern entrance to Ixopo. This property is ideal for a youth centre, workers accommodation, or weekend camping place as it has already all facilities in place to accommodate up to 24 people, and much room for expansion. The property was originally designed as a school camp. Ixopo is a town situated on a tributary of the Mkhomazi River along the R56 highway in the midlands of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa and forms part of an important sugar farming, and forestry area. Ixopo was formerly known as Stuartstown, was laid out in 1878 and named after M Stuart, Resident Magistrate of the Ixopo district, who was killed at the Battle of Ingogo in 1881. Its name is derived from the Zulu onomatopoeic word, eXobo, describing the sound made as cattle squelch through mud. Ixopo is most famously described by Alan Paton in the opening lines of Cry, The Beloved Country: 'There is a lovely road which runs from Ixopo into the hills. These hills are grass covered and rolling, and they are lovely beyond any singing of it.' The town houses two schools including a high school with a large proportion of boarding pupils who live in surrounding villages (such as Bulwer, Underberg, Creighton) which are too small to justify the erection and staffing of a high school. The Buddhist Retreat Centre, one of South Africa's major Buddhist centres is in Ixopo. Until the mid-1980s, Ixopo was served by a railway station on the 610 mm (2 ft 0 in) narrow gauge Umzinto - Donnybrook narrow gauge railway. In 2000 the former branch of the Umzinto - Donnybrook railway from Ixopo to Umzinkulu (Madonela) was reconstructed by Patons Country Narrow Gauge Railway (PCNGR). As the line was partially lifted after closure in the 1980s, the track was in need of a complete rebuild. PCNGR established its headquarters and northern terminus at Allwoodburn, formerly the livestock loading station for Ixopo, located on its eastern fringe Gradually, a fleet of locomotives and rolling stock was acquired from various closed railways in Natal. Patons Country Narrow Gauge Railway was also involved, for a period, in operating the Banana Express, which ran between Port Shepstone and Harding and ceased operations in 2006. To participate in this physical auction each bidder has to follow registration procedures which can be obtained on this webpage Auction Detail Venue:Ixopo, KwaZulu-Natal Ixopo Combined Property Auction Auction Date:02/08/2017

Listing No: P24-105311262
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Ixopo, Ixopo
POA

Colonial house and cottage set in ± 9 712 m² of landscaped garden | Stunning views of the distant ‘berg' This property is situated 18km from the Ixopo/Umzimkulu/Donnybrook intersection and 5km from the village of Highflats. This is country living at its best. The property includes a colonial house and cottage set in 1.99 hectares of landscaped garden with stunning views of the distant ‘berg. The main house boosts a ± 324 m² and offers three massive bedrooms, main on suite, and with own sitting room attached. There are two large full modern bathrooms, a Bar and entertainment room, a large lounge and dining room, Study and a massive kitchen with separate scullery. The house is surrounded by a large veranda offers Air conditioning and Jestmaster fireplace in the lounge and is fully alarmed. The following additional features must be noted: • 21 Strand Electric fence and gate • Two open-fronted garages • One carport • A Fern/orchid house with sprinkler system • Large fishpond • Strong borehole – approx. 2 000 litres/hour • Domestic outbuildings: 2 bedrooms, kitchen & toilet The homes and grounds are exceptionally well-maintained Ixopo is a town situated on a tributary of the Mkhomazi River along the R56 highway in the midlands of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa and forms part of an important sugar farming, and forestry area. Ixopo was formerly known as Stuartstown, was laid out in 1878 and named after M Stuart, Resident Magistrate of the Ixopo district, who was killed at the Battle of Ingogo in 1881. Its name is derived from the Zulu onomatopoeic word, eXobo, describing the sound made as cattle squelch through mud. Ixopo is most famously described by Alan Paton in the opening lines of Cry, The Beloved Country: 'There is a lovely road which runs from Ixopo into the hills. These hills are grass covered and rolling, and they are lovely beyond any singing of it.' The town houses two schools including a high school with a large proportion of boarding pupils who live in surrounding villages (such as Bulwer, Underberg, Creighton) which are too small to justify the erection and staffing of a high school. The Buddhist Retreat Centre, one of South Africa's major Buddhist centres is in Ixopo. Until the mid-1980s, Ixopo was served by a railway station on the 610 mm (2 ft 0 in) narrow gauge Umzinto - Donnybrook narrow gauge railway. In 2000 the former branch of the Umzinto - Donnybrook railway from Ixopo to Umzinkulu (Madonela) was reconstructed by Patons Country Narrow Gauge Railway (PCNGR). As the line was partially lifted after closure in the 1980s, the track was in need of a complete rebuild. PCNGR established its headquarters and northern terminus at Allwoodburn, formerly the livestock loading station for Ixopo, located on its eastern fringe. Gradually, a fleet of locomotives and rolling stock was acquired from various closed railways in Natal. Patons Country Narrow Gauge Railway To participate in this physical auction each bidder has to follow registration and auction procedures which can be obtained from this webpage. Auction Detail Venue:Ixopo, KwaZulu-Natal Ixopo Combined Property Auction Auction Date:02/08/2017

Listing No: P24-105311357
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Ixopo, Ixopo
POA

Extent: ± 7.08 ha | 3 Bedroomed house | 2 Bedroomed cottage | Staff accommodation This property is a typical country home and offers all the tranquility that come with country estate living and is situated outside of Ixopo. Ixopo is a town situated on a tributary of the Mkhomazi River along the R56 highway in the midlands of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa and forms part of an important sugar farming, and forestry area. Ixopo was formerly known as Stuartstown, was laid out in 1878 and named after M Stuart, Resident Magistrate of the Ixopo district, who was killed at the Battle of Ingogo in 1881. Its name is derived from the Zulu onomatopoeic word, eXobo, describing the sound made as cattle squelch through mud. Ixopo is most famously described by Alan Paton in the opening lines of Cry, The Beloved Country: 'There is a lovely road which runs from Ixopo into the hills. These hills are grass covered and rolling, and they are lovely beyond any singing of it.' The town houses two schools including a high school with a large proportion of boarding pupils who live in surrounding villages (such as Bulwer, Underberg, Creighton) which are too small to justify the erection and staffing of a high school. The Buddhist Retreat Centre, one of South Africa's major Buddhist centres is in Ixopo. Until the mid-1980s, Ixopo was served by a railway station on the 610 mm (2 ft 0 in) narrow gauge Umzinto - Donnybrook narrow gauge railway. In 2000 the former branch of the Umzinto - Donnybrook railway from Ixopo to Umzinkulu (Madonela) was reconstructed by Patons Country Narrow Gauge Railway (PCNGR). As the line was partially lifted after closure in the 1980s, the track was in need of a complete rebuild. PCNGR established its headquarters and northern terminus at Allwoodburn, formerly the livestock loading station for Ixopo, located on its eastern fringe. Gradually, a fleet of locomotives and rolling stock was acquired from various closed railways in Natal. Patons Country Narrow Gauge Railway was also involved, for a period, in operating the Banana Express, which ran between Port Shepstone and Harding and ceased operations in 2006. To participate in this physical auction each bidder has to follow registration procedures which can be obtained on this webpage Auction Detail Venue:Ixopo, KwaZulu-Natal Ixopo Combined Property Auction Auction Date:02/08/2017

Listing No: P24-105311261
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Ixopo, Ixopo
POA

5 Subdivisions | Residential home | Office building | Warehouse | Trading store | Showrooms | Outbuildings | Guest cottage | Flat This type of unique property is seldom seen on the market, and with its potential for various types of businesses and good road links, whilst also providing extensive accommodation. The property is situated in Eastwolds, which is in the Ixopo (Sisonke) district of Southern KZN, where the Creighton Richmond Road crosses R612 from Underberg to Ixopo. It is approximately 28km from Ixopo, and 10km from Donnybrook. There are 5 subdivisions in all, and the properties are being offered as one Lot only. It should be noted that the larger property is “not for sale on its own” due to the interdependence of the boreholes. The sizes of the properties are as follows: • Portions 1 and 3 of 7973 being ± 4 047 m² & ± 8 087 m² • Portions 7 and 8 of 5755 being ± 4 047 m² & ± 3 300 m² • Portion 3 of 5755 being ± 14.399 ha Combined size of properties: ± 33.88 ha The combined property comprises of the following buildings: Office building: ± 89 m² block under chromodeck | Main admin area | Offices | Toilet | Burglar proofed, security gate, CCTV cameras and alarm system Showroom and storerooms: ± 196 m². The showroom is a renovated block under corrugated iron building, and the storerooms are iron cladded walls under corrugated iron, supported on a timber structure. Warehouse, workshop, double garage and staff rooms. A-joining to form ± 350 m² block under corrugated iron. Concrete flooring throughout. Warehouse ± 630 m². Block walls with IBR cladding under IBR roof on steel structure. Lockup steel sliding doors. Old Eastworlds store and residence. ± 413 m² brick under Harvey tiles. The store and storerooms adjoin the residence in the same building. It has an enclosed surrounding veranda with burglar guards. The residence has 4 bedrooms, 1 bathroom & a shower room, fitted kitchen, lounge, dining room etc. Fuel tanks underground for petrol and diesel. Main residence ± 185 m² – block under pitched IBR roof. 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, fitted kitchen, lounge, dining room etc | Landscaped garden Guest cottage and workshop, ± 88 m² block under corrugated iron. 2 Bedrooms, bathroom and lounge One bedroom flat with tool shed and storeroom ± 44 m² recently constructed. Block under corrugated iron. Further to this there is a thatched cottage of ± 57 m² with 3 bedrooms, a thatched rondavel of ± 28 m² and a Storeroom ± 17 m², a double garage with automatic doors of ± 57 m² and a double garage ± 47 m². The area is enclosed by security walls, lights, fences and gates. The opposite portions of the property offers a Workshop of ± 298 m², block under high corrugated iron roof, a Tramor cottage of ± 132 m² brick under sheet, a residential House with three bedrooms 1 bathroom, fitted kitchen, lounge, dining room and pretty garden. The biggest portion of the five properties on the south east side of the crossroads is a long stretch of gently sloping land parallel to the tarred R612 with one building which used to be a bakery and butchery. Ixopo is a town situated on a tributary of the Mkhomazi River along the R56 highway in the midlands of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa and forms part of an important sugar farming, and forestry area. Ixopo was formerly known as Stuartstown, was laid out in 1878 and named after M Stuart, Resident Magistrate of the Ixopo district, who was killed at the Battle of Ingogo in 1881. Its name is derived from the Zulu onomatopoeic word, eXobo, describing the sound made as cattle squelch through mud. Ixopo is most famously described by Alan Paton in the opening lines of Cry, The Beloved Country: 'There is a lovely road which runs from Ixopo into the hills. These hills are grass covered and rolling, and they are lovely beyond any singing of it.' The town houses two schools including a high school with a large proportion of boarding pupils who live in surrounding villages (such as Bulwer, Underberg, Creighton) which are too small to justify the erection and staffing of a high school. The Buddhist Retreat Centre, one of South Africa's major Buddhist centres is in Ixopo. Until the mid-1980s, Ixopo was served by a railway station on the 610 mm (2 ft 0 in) narrow gauge Umzinto - Donnybrook narrow gauge railway. In 2000 the former branch of the Umzinto - Donnybrook railway from Ixopo to Umzinkulu (Madonela) was reconstructed by Patons Country Narrow Gauge Railway (PCNGR). As the line was partially lifted after closure in the 1980s, the track was in need of a complete rebuild. PCNGR established its headquarters and northern terminus at Allwoodburn, formerly the livestock loading station for Ixopo, located on its eastern fringe. Gradually, a fleet of locomotives and rolling stock was acquired from various closed railways in Natal. Patons Country Narrow Gauge Railway was also involved, for a period, in operating the Banana Express, which ran between Port Shepstone and Harding and ceased operations in 2006. To participate in this physical auction each bidder has to follow registration and auction procedures which can be obtained from this webpage. Auction Detail Venue:Ixopo, KwaZulu-Natal Ixopo Combined Property Auction Auction Date:02/08/2017

Listing No: P24-105311259
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Ixopo, Ixopo
R 850 000

Open plan Kitchen/Dining room / Lounge . 3 bedrooms with BIC. Bathroom mes. Carpeted bedrooms Tiles through rest of house Lock up garage Tiled roof

Listing No: P24-104931369
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Ixopo, Ixopo
R 650 000

This 3 bedroom home with great potential on 2115 sqm of land that can be subdivided

Listing No: P24-104358887
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Ixopo, Ixopo
R 2 750 000

398 Hectare farm, consisting of 120 Hectare gum Plantation, 14 Hectare Pecan Nut plantation, Many acres of fertile grazing land, bordering on the Mpanyani River. Also has a 1000 meter landing strip and a light aircraft hanger. Stunning farm with amazing views in all directions. Develop this valuable property into a stunning income earning venture. NO LAND CLAIMS

Listing No: P24-100089696
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Ixopo, Ixopo
R 380 000

Vacant 2 Bedroom House with Lounge one Bathroom and Kitchen situated in Morningside Ixopo available immediately! The house is fenced off with a parking bay at the back and a lockable front gate. Call Know to avoid disappointment!!

Listing No: P24-104767196
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