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4 1
Laingsburg, Laingsburg
R 695 000

Very neat family home in upmarket area of Laingsburg. The property offers 4 spacious bedrooms, huge living areas, including braai room, big kitchen & laundry,lovely undercover stoep/balcony, double garage, lawn, fruit trees, situated in good & quiet area. Lots of safe parking. Use this property as a primary residence or holiday home. It can easily be convert into a guest house as it has ample parking and is conveniently situated for travelers or overnight visitors. Don't hesitate, well priced.

Listing No: P24-100810790
0 0
Laingsburg, Laingsburg
POA

Going on Auction 13 December 2017 at 12noon Reserve Price: R1 227 474 10% commission plus VAT over and above bid amount Rawson Auctions (Southern Region) are obligated by law to market the property at the Reserve Price as listed herein. A “Reserve Price” is a minimum Rand amount the Seller will accept as the winning bid, and is not necessarily the property’s market value, nor the amount the property is likely to be sold for on the day of the auction 2 Karoo lifestyle properties to be restored. The original historic farmhouse and adjacent historic cottage, on two separate, subdivided, full-title plots within the Witteberg Nature Reserve, are being auction as 1. The price includes an 8% undivided share in the 4364-hectare nature reserve through the Homeowners Association. The 2 adjacent properties being auctioned jointly are: 1 Elands Kloof 168 Portion 9 with historic 3-bedroom house thereon 2 Elands Kloof 168 Portion 15 with historic 1-bedroom cottage thereon Zoned: Resort

Listing No: P24-105746903
5 2
Laingsburg, Laingsburg
R 4 500 000

Moondance Farm, situated in the Laingsberg district along the R323, is the perfect place to settle. With an abundance of natural beauty and solitude, the farm offers great value to its new owner. Water is supplied by its own sweet water perennial stream. The Farm has water rights on the river once a week. There are 3 additional boreholes of which 2 have not been in use since 2008. There is also the farm dam that currently has a 7.5 kW pump in use. The property offers a 5 bed-roomed farm house that was built in 1960,4 large storerooms, an 8x4 shade cloth greenhouse and a 6x3m Wendy house, 2 restored labourers cottages (50 m2) and 2 un-restored labourer cottages. The Farm has an ESKOM power point but was disconnected in 2015. Each of the dwellings have basic solar power systems except for the un-restored labourer cottages. All dwellings will be electrified once the power is reconnected.The property has 2.2 Ha (1400 trees) of Soldonne Apricots that have been farmed organically since 2008. The rental income of which runs between R 42K & R 72K per annum. The full value of the crop is estimated to be R 100k/R 180K per annum

Listing No: P24-105578836
5 1
Laingsburg, Laingsburg
R 800 000

Situated in the heart of an unique agricultural area well known for its high yield and good quality cash crop products, lucerne and onion deeds; these farms will be individually and as a unit for sale on the 27th September 2017 on the properties. AGRISELL act on behalf of the STEYN FAMILIE TRUST to auction these 6 (six) properties together with various immovable items. Each property has its own title deed, therefor you may bid on one or more. The total size is 5,9089 hectare and the separate title deeds are respectively: portions 30 (1.1214 hectare); 31 (9342 sq metre); 32 (9694 sq metre); 33 (8766 sq metre); 34 (8962 sq metre); 35 (1.1111 hectare). At present all the properties are farmed as a unit. The will be no crops on the farm at the date of the auction. Infrastructure consists of a comfortable large homestead, outbuildings, a separate flat, 2 labourer cottages, an old jail, a post office and library being renovated for accommodation. All buildings are sound but not in good repair. A view of 360 degrees of the panoramic mountains is a nice feature of all these properties! The irrigation area is about 4,5 hectares already fitted with underground mother-lines, 3 boreholes of which one is strong enough to irrigate all the cultivated land. One borehole is fitted with an electric pump with electricity supplied by ESKOM. Immovables consists of 70 x 90mm 'goukoppelpype', a tip-trailer, earth scoop ('damskrop') and plastic pipes with sprayers and drippers. Auction bidding requirements on movables: Successful bidders have to present their ID as well as proof of residence. Full settlement of the immovable assets is required immediately after the auction. Commission of 10% will be included in the bidding price. Auction bidding requirements on immovable assets: The potential bidder has to present their ID and proof of residence. At the auction, the purchaser must have 10% (ten percent) of the purchase price available as deposit, together with an additional amount of 10 (ten percent) as agent's commission. Take note that in an auctions sale, the purchaser pays the commission unlike the seller who would pay the commission to AGRISELL in the conventional purchase of immovable assets.

Listing No: P24-105620512
0 0
Laingsburg Rural, Laingsburg
R 8 000 000

Laingsburg Karoo farm - 4022 HA A fine Jewel in the Karoo as a running concern. This is the neatest farm you will ever find and within easy reach from Cape Town or surroundings. Sweat veld with good palatable Karoo vegetation with shrubs and Thorn trees in the riverbed. Non-perennial river crosses the farm. Large soil dam. Irrigable lands with 2 Ha for Lucerne and 1 Ha for household vegetables Well planned and divided into 14 camps each with water and 5 sets of sheep handling kraals Escom Power 8 x boreholes--- 6 x windmills and 2 x submersibles Very neat and well maintained main homestead, second home, shearing shed, garages, zink shed and 3 x labourers cottages Included in the sale: 320 Donhe Ewes, Rams, 2 X Tractors, Lucerne equipment, Pump tools and miscellaneous tools and spares. This is truly a must to see.

Listing No: P24-105437889
5 3
Laingsburg, Laingsburg
R 4 420 000

This is a very rare and unique property stretching over 120 hectares. The locals know it as "Mooi Draai" while others call it the Jewel of Laingsburg. It is a stunningly beautiful Karoo location with its own perennial stream, two small poplar forests on streams, delightful pools in the stream and further up, waterfalls to swim in. It has fabulously clean, ion-filled air, and because of the mountains that surround it, there are no fertilizers or pesticides that can drift over from neighbouring farms. It has been farmed without poisons or artificial fertilizers since 2008. The night skies are also a feast for astronomers and stargazers alike. There are sitting tenants in both cottages on the farm. They are on annual leases. The current annual income from both is in the region of R106, 000 with 8% annual increases. What's included? The land offered for sale has a large 5 bedroomed (approx. 203 square meters in extent) farm house - built circa 1960 - also four outside work or storerooms, an 8x4 m shade-cloth greenhouse and a 6x3 m wendy-house. Elsewhere on the property is a recently re-built, two roomed cottage (approx. 55 square meters in extent). Also a four roomed labourers cottage - (approx. 50 square meters in extent) completely refurbished in 2016. There are also two semi-detached and unrestored labourers cottages (approx. 27 square meters each). The farm has an Eskom Power Point that was disconnected in 2015. The dwellings now each have basic solar power systems installed (except for the two unrestored labourers cottages). All the dwellings have Eskom power connections, plugs and light fittings in place in the event that Eskom power is ever reintroduced in the future. The Farmhouse The farmhouse has four 5x3 m bedrooms - one en-suite and with an office. There is a large 3x6 m room off the stoep (porch), which could be an additional bedroom, studio or living room. There is a large galley kitchen with pantry and two additional bathrooms; a large living room with stone fireplace; and a dining or sitting room of 5x5 m. There is an outside braai area under cool 100-year-old fig trees and four outside storerooms or workrooms with power points. Hot water provided by gas. Cooking with either gas or wood fired pizza/bread oven. Cottage 1 This cottage is situated in the middle of the apricot orchards. It has one large bedroom with en suite bathroom (with both a shower and a bath). There are double doors out on to the stoep from the living room, the bedroom and from the bathroom. There is a huge fireplace in the living room. The kitchen has views over the orchards and the Swartberg Mountains. There is a cool Wisteria-covered stoep, a small plunge pool in the stone walled garden, and an additional large vegetable garden area. There are fig trees, pomegranates, and an assortment of other young trees. Included in the sale are the fridge and stove (purchased new in 2016, as well as brass light fittings.) Cottage 2 Renovated in 2016, it has one en-suite bathroom with shower, basin and toilet. There is a small living room, a kitchen with both Dover Stove and gas cooking hob. There is a low-energy fridge, and a gas geyser. There is a separate entrance stone addition, which could be used as a studio/office or a second bedroom. New reed ceilings fitted throughout the cottage. The cottage is situated above the farm dam between the apricot orchards - a perfect location for keeping ducks and chickens etc. There is a basic solar system for the fridge, lighting, and for charging laptops etc. There is a large pergola with a newly planted grape vine as well as a small orchard of lemon, peach apple, quince and loquat trees. Semi-detached, Unrestored cottage These were the farm labourer's cottages until 2016 when the labourers moved to Laingsburg. There is an Eskom pay-as-you-go box in each if one wants to return to the grid. Both have large fireplaces for cooking, cement floors, one light fitting in each room, and a broad stoep in front cottage. There are approximately 2.2 Ha of apricot trees - 1400 in total. They are all of the Soldonne variety planted between 2000 and 2003. There are four discrete apricot orchards, each with its own irrigation system. The apricots have been farmed organically (not certified) since 2008. There are seven fenced camps for livestock or for growing crops. The farmer who leases the apricot orchards also leases these camps annually to grow winter oats. The arable land currently in use, including the apricot orchards is 9.2Ha. The Karoo with Water This area is known as "The Karoo with Water" and we have a higher annual rainfall than most of the Karoo - namely 300mm p/a. 2016/17 was a very dry year by comparison. The farm is the ONLY farm in the Vleiland Valley with a perennial stream running through it. It also has the most fantastic sweet water directly off the perennial waterfall above the farm. Farmers from the valley come on Sundays after church to fill their water tanks and drums with water from the river as their farm boreholes provide brackish water only - not fit for drinking. Throughout winter one can sit on the stoep and listen to the water flowing down the stream. Legend has it that the stream has never stopped flowing. Two farms down, the stream only flows in the winter months. In terms of long-term sustainability and access to fresh water, this is a huge bonus. The farm has water rights on the river once every week. One week allows for six hours, the next allows for 24 hours usage. There are three additional boreholes - two have not been in use since 2008 or longer. One, fitted with a new (2010) 7.5 kW pump, was used regularly until 2014. There is also the farm dam with a 7.5 kW (2010) pump fitted below the dam. A variety of bird species are also found on the farm. Security This is one of the very few rural locations in South Africa where there is no crime. One can safely go away for a week and not lock our houses or even take the keys out of the cars. Not often does such a farm of such spectacular beauty come onto the market at this low price, with only but to name a few reasons why to make this your prime investment; - It is an uncommonly beautiful mountain property - It is remarkable peaceful and tranquil - It is one of the safest rural locations in South Africa - It has an abundance of sweet water off the Swartberg mountains - It has unlimited development potential - If living a sustainable, safe, environmentally friendly and wholesome life is important to you, you will not find a better property. For sale at a going of only R4,420,000.00, you can be this your new pride and joy!

Listing No: P24-105700331
0 0
Laingsburg, Laingsburg
R 2 925 000

PLOTS FROM R 595 000 Own your full title free standing plot on the exclusive Witteberg Private Nature Reserve. The 4365-hectare Witteberg Private Nature Reserve offers a unique opportunity to 15 investors to own property inside a Karoo reserve and have an equal share in the remainder thereof. Plots have been individually spaced over the total area to ensure privacy and a sense of Karoo quiet. Gaze at the stars, walk in the mountains, explore interesting geological formations and fossils, enjoy the wildlife, birdlife and fynbos, 4x4, all without the hassle of managing and maintaining a Karoo farm or property. This reserve is situated 240 km from Cape Town in the heart of the Witteberg mountain range in a transition zone from the Little Karoo to the Great Karoo. The reserve also shares a 4km border with the provincial Anysberg Nature Reserve. The reserve lies midway between Touws River and Laingsburg and southwest of the historic Matjiesfontein village. There are 12 individual full title plots available to develop a holiday home on and two plots zoned Resort 1 which can be developed into a guesthouse, a boutique hotel or holiday units for rental (the latter has a limit to a specific bed occupancy). All investors will each own an equal share in the private nature reserve (the remainder of the property). A Home Owners Association Constitution has already been approved and is in place. All the land-use and development rights have been approved by all relevant authorities in the Western Cape and resort developments like this offers investors unparalleled protection of their investment. This Reserve offers a unique opportunity in many ways, the main objective and feature of this resort is the conservation of the fynbos of the Witteberg, a unique mountain range and part of the Cape Floral Kingdom. Many indigenous mammals, birds, reptiles and other species occur in this Reserve. Viewing of this development can be arranged by appointment. Prospective buyers will be shown around and all relevant information will be shared in order to make an informed decision.

Listing No: P24-105428865
0 0
Laingsburg, Laingsburg
R 3 350 000

PLOTS FROM R 595 000 Own your full title free standing plot on the exclusive Witteberg Private Nature Reserve. The 4365-hectare Witteberg Private Nature Reserve offers a unique opportunity to 15 investors to own property inside a Karoo reserve and have an equal share in the remainder thereof. Plots have been individually spaced over the total area to ensure privacy and a sense of Karoo quiet. Gaze at the stars, walk in the mountains, explore interesting geological formations and fossils, enjoy the wildlife, birdlife and fynbos, 4x4, all without the hassle of managing and maintaining a Karoo farm or property. This reserve is situated 240 km from Cape Town in the heart of the Witteberg mountain range in a transition zone from the Little Karoo to the Great Karoo. The reserve also shares a 4km border with the provincial Anysberg Nature Reserve. The reserve lies midway between Touws River and Laingsburg and southwest of the historic Matjiesfontein village. There are 12 individual full title plots available to develop a holiday home on and two plots zoned Resort 1 which can be developed into a guesthouse, a boutique hotel or holiday units for rental (the latter has a limit to a specific bed occupancy). All investors will each own an equal share in the private nature reserve (the remainder of the property). A Home Owners Association Constitution has already been approved and is in place. All the land-use and development rights have been approved by all relevant authorities in the Western Cape and resort developments like this offers investors unparalleled protection of their investment. This Reserve offers a unique opportunity in many ways, the main objective and feature of this resort is the conservation of the fynbos of the Witteberg, a unique mountain range and part of the Cape Floral Kingdom. Many indigenous mammals, birds, reptiles and other species occur in this Reserve. Viewing of this development can be arranged by appointment. Prospective buyers will be shown around and all relevant information will be shared in order to make an informed decision.

Listing No: P24-105428852
0 0
Laingsburg, Laingsburg
R 1 360 000

PLOTS FROM R 595 000 Own your full title free standing plot on the exclusive Witteberg Private Nature Reserve. The 4365-hectare Witteberg Private Nature Reserve offers a unique opportunity to 15 investors to own property inside a Karoo reserve and have an equal share in the remainder thereof. Plots have been individually spaced over the total area to ensure privacy and a sense of Karoo quiet. Gaze at the stars, walk in the mountains, explore interesting geological formations and fossils, enjoy the wildlife, birdlife and fynbos, 4x4, all without the hassle of managing and maintaining a Karoo farm or property. This reserve is situated 240 km from Cape Town in the heart of the Witteberg mountain range in a transition zone from the Little Karoo to the Great Karoo. The reserve also shares a 4km border with the provincial Anysberg Nature Reserve. The reserve lies midway between Touws River and Laingsburg and southwest of the historic Matjiesfontein village. There are 12 individual full title plots available to develop a holiday home on and two plots zoned Resort 1 which can be developed into a guesthouse, a boutique hotel or holiday units for rental (the latter has a limit to a specific bed occupancy). All investors will each own an equal share in the private nature reserve (the remainder of the property). A Home Owners Association Constitution has already been approved and is in place. All the land-use and development rights have been approved by all relevant authorities in the Western Cape and resort developments like this offers investors unparalleled protection of their investment. This Reserve offers a unique opportunity in many ways, the main objective and feature of this resort is the conservation of the fynbos of the Witteberg, a unique mountain range and part of the Cape Floral Kingdom. Many indigenous mammals, birds, reptiles and other species occur in this Reserve. Viewing of this development can be arranged by appointment. Prospective buyers will be shown around and all relevant information will be shared in order to make an informed decision.

Listing No: P24-105428776
0 0
Laingsburg, Laingsburg
R 1 500 000

PLOTS FROM R 595 000 Own your full title free standing plot on the exclusive Witteberg Private Nature Reserve. The 4365-hectare Witteberg Private Nature Reserve offers a unique opportunity to 15 investors to own property inside a Karoo reserve and have an equal share in the remainder thereof. Plots have been individually spaced over the total area to ensure privacy and a sense of Karoo quiet. Gaze at the stars, walk in the mountains, explore interesting geological formations and fossils, enjoy the wildlife, birdlife and fynbos, 4x4, all without the hassle of managing and maintaining a Karoo farm or property. This reserve is situated 240 km from Cape Town in the heart of the Witteberg mountain range in a transition zone from the Little Karoo to the Great Karoo. The reserve also shares a 4km border with the provincial Anysberg Nature Reserve. The reserve lies midway between Touws River and Laingsburg and southwest of the historic Matjiesfontein village. There are 12 individual full title plots available to develop a holiday home on and two plots zoned Resort 1 which can be developed into a guesthouse, a boutique hotel or holiday units for rental (the latter has a limit to a specific bed occupancy). All investors will each own an equal share in the private nature reserve (the remainder of the property). A Home Owners Association Constitution has already been approved and is in place. All the land-use and development rights have been approved by all relevant authorities in the Western Cape and resort developments like this offers investors unparalleled protection of their investment. This Reserve offers a unique opportunity in many ways, the main objective and feature of this resort is the conservation of the fynbos of the Witteberg, a unique mountain range and part of the Cape Floral Kingdom. Many indigenous mammals, birds, reptiles and other species occur in this Reserve. Viewing of this development can be arranged by appointment. Prospective buyers will be shown around and all relevant information will be shared in order to make an informed decision.

Listing No: P24-105428764
0 0
Laingsburg, Laingsburg
R 1 200 000

PLOTS FROM R 595 000 Own your full title free standing plot on the exclusive Witteberg Private Nature Reserve. The 4365-hectare Witteberg Private Nature Reserve offers a unique opportunity to 15 investors to own property inside a Karoo reserve and have an equal share in the remainder thereof. Plots have been individually spaced over the total area to ensure privacy and a sense of Karoo quiet. Gaze at the stars, walk in the mountains, explore interesting geological formations and fossils, enjoy the wildlife, birdlife and fynbos, 4x4, all without the hassle of managing and maintaining a Karoo farm or property. This reserve is situated 240 km from Cape Town in the heart of the Witteberg mountain range in a transition zone from the Little Karoo to the Great Karoo. The reserve also shares a 4km border with the provincial Anysberg Nature Reserve. The reserve lies midway between Touws River and Laingsburg and southwest of the historic Matjiesfontein village. There are 12 individual full title plots available to develop a holiday home on and two plots zoned Resort 1 which can be developed into a guesthouse, a boutique hotel or holiday units for rental (the latter has a limit to a specific bed occupancy). All investors will each own an equal share in the private nature reserve (the remainder of the property). A Home Owners Association Constitution has already been approved and is in place. All the land-use and development rights have been approved by all relevant authorities in the Western Cape and resort developments like this offers investors unparalleled protection of their investment. This Reserve offers a unique opportunity in many ways, the main objective and feature of this resort is the conservation of the fynbos of the Witteberg, a unique mountain range and part of the Cape Floral Kingdom. Many indigenous mammals, birds, reptiles and other species occur in this Reserve. Viewing of this development can be arranged by appointment. Prospective buyers will be shown around and all relevant information will be shared in order to make an informed decision.

Listing No: P24-105428747
6 2
Laingsburg, Laingsburg
R 700 000

A family home situated on a large erf in a quiet neighborhood in close proximity of central Laingsburg, a year-round destination situated between rugged hills and vast plains. This friendly Karoo village is the gateway to the Great Karoo and has a proud tradition of old-fashioned hospitality. It offers 6 neat bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, spacious living-room areas and kitchen. Well positioned in an excellent address of Laingsburg. This home is perfect for those who appreciate family/friends time. The property is situated within minutes' drive of various amenities. The property has parking space that can accommodate up to 2 vehicles. The large garden is private and together with the built-in braai area brings about an entertainer's delight. Come make this house your home! Price: R700 000.00

Listing No: P24-105508065
0 0
Laingsburg, Laingsburg
R 8 000 000

Plain and simple…you need your space. How does 4022 ha space-sound? Here the road is lined with pure aridness, rugged hills and vast plains. It reads Welkom in Laingsburg with a SA-flag packed with colored stones. Keep travelling another 33 km or so. Here on this farmland you do not need explanations. It is what it is. As here the quieter you become the more you will hear. Yes, or perhaps you will hear your sheep in the distance dotting the landscape grazing on the Karoo bush which provides the tenderness and distinct flavour of the lamb it is renown for. The simplicity here is stunning; the calm amongst the everyday-chaos. Here you can tap into a blissful state of mind and keep the stillness inside of you. Here it isn’t just about animals and crops. It’s about beliefs and values passed through generations. Ensuring things are left better for those yet to come. It’s all about your legacy. Your farm in Africa. VAT registered. Going concern. Loose assets included. Size: 4022 ha. Location: 33 km from Laingsburg. Composition: 2.4 ha: Irrigated land (not registered);- Lucerne. 0.3 ha: Olive grove; Flood irrigation. 4019 ha: Natural pastures with a non-perennial river lined with thorn bush, Karoo-bossie & bitterbos for sheep grazing. 36 ha/1 LSU. Water: 8 Boreholes: 2 fitted with submersible pumps & 6 fitted with wind pumps. 4 Dams: 2 Earth dams (for the irrigation of Lucerne); 4 zinc dams for the irrigation of the gardens and livestock watering. Improvements: House (260m2): 4 Bedrooms & 1 bathroom. Office. 2 Sheds: 1st shed (280m2): Vehicles & sheep-shearing/ 2nd shed (92m2)- for animal foliage. Pressure gauge and sheep kraal. 3 Workers houses Eskom electricity. Fencing: 14 Camps- Jackal proof. Climate: Laingsburg normally receives about 61mm of rain per year, with most rainfall occurring mainly during mid-summer. It receives the lowest rainfall (0mm) in December and the highest (9mm) in March. The average midday temperatures for Laingsburg range from 16.6°C in July to 30.1°C in January. The region is the coldest during July when the mercury drops to 2.9°C on average during the night.

Listing No: P24-105276360
0 0
Matjiesfontein, Laingsburg
POA

MATJIESFONTEIN KAROO FARM – 7 342.7592 HA The farm enjoys direct access to the R354 as well as the N1, close to the town, Matjiesfontein and 27km from Laingsburg. The area is well known for cattle, sheep, game, ostrich and lucern farming. Klein Karoo veld – 4400ha, Game fenced – 2900ha, Irrigation – 30ha, Homestead, roads and dams – 12.7592ha. The farm comprises 13 equipped bore holes, (5 electric, 1 solar power and 7 wind pumps). All the grazing camps are provided with drinking places at the windpump equipped bore holes. Boreholes deliver 160,000 l/h to a large cement holding dam (± 700,000l) which is pumped to 2 smaller cement dams or gravity fed to the irrigation network. Two large game camps with a 2.5m – 3m fence along the entire perimeter and 7 grazing camps with jackal proof and stock fences. Improvements: 4 bedroom main dwelling; second dwelling; two modern small hunter’s cottages. Worker’s accommodation: 3 bedroom manager’s dwelling; 2 Staff dwellings. Farm buildings: 2 steel frame structures; carport and store rooms; pump houses; pig sties. Farm to be sold as a going concern – list of all movable items available.

Listing No: P24-102483365
4 2
Matjiesfontein, Laingsburg
R 22 693 353

Farm close to Matjiesfontein. Main dwelling has 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, large living room and kitchen with scullery. Second dwelling has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living room and kitchen. Two small hunter's cottages each with open plan bedroom, small kitchen and a bathroom. Manager's dwelling with 3 bedrooms, bathroom kitchen and living room. Two sheds. Carport and store rooms. 3 Pump houses. Pig sties. Cement holding dams - one large and 2 small. 13 Equipped bore holes. Two large Game camps provided with a 2,5 m - 3 m game fence along the entire perimeter and seven grazing camps with jackal proof and stock fences. Approximately 2 ha of land at the farmstead is improved with ostrich/feedlot camps. Small herds of Eland, Kudu, springbuck, Gemsbuck, Duiker, Black and Blue Wildebeest, Red Hartebeest, Fellow Deer and Zebra.

Listing No: P24-103511842
0 0
Laingsburg, Laingsburg
R 636 000

Driving through town you notice the water marks high on the lampposts on main road & a sign indicating the height of the 1981 freak flood. Yes, this is Laingsburg. A warm and friendly town with proud traditions & old-fashioned hospitality. The gateway to the Great Karoo on the N1, about 250 Km N/East of Cape Town. Just 1km out of town this smallholding is perfectly imperfect. This is your opportunity…most people will miss this as it is dressed in overalls and looks like work. Yes, it’s going to be a slow process but keep going. It won’t be easy, but it’ll be worth it. So, do it with passion or not at all as this will be your road, your renovations, yours alone. Your call. Size: 0.22 ha. Location: 1 km outside Laingsburg. Composition: 0.02 ha – Olive-grove (Flood irrigation), approx. 40 trees. 0.19 ha – Buildings. Water: 1 Borehole fitted with a submersible pump. 1 Cement dam. Improvements: House (150m2): 4 Bedrooms & 2 bathrooms Garage. Swimming pool. Shed (40m2). Eskom electricity. Fencing: 1 Camp – Jackal proof. Climate: It receives the lowest rainfall (0mm) in December and the highest (9mm) in March. Laingsburg normally receives about 61mm of rain per year, with most rainfall occurring mainly during mid-summer. the average midday temperatures for Laingsburg range from 16.6°C in July to 30.1°C in January. The region is the coldest during July when the mercury drops to 2.9°C on average during the night.

Listing No: P24-105293448
0 0
Matjiesfontein, Laingsburg
R 2 650 000

"A Farm in Africa" Situated close to the Historic Matjiesfontein Dorp and only a 2hrs drive from Cape Town, is this beautiful undeveloped Karroo farm with its Southern border being the top of the Witteberge. Undulating folds in the mountain and open plains, give this Nature Reserve a very unique feel. The farm has been un grazed for the past 8 years and the Fauna and flora have flourished and is now home to a number of free roaming game including Rhebok, Kudu and some Springbok, to name a few, and has a abundance of natural bush.

Listing No: P24-103142685
0 0
Laingsburg, Laingsburg
R 595 000

PLOTS FROM R 595 000 Own your full title free standing plot on the exclusive Witteberg Private Nature Reserve. The 4365-hectare Witteberg Private Nature Reserve offers a unique opportunity to 15 investors to own property inside a Karoo reserve and have an equal share in the remainder thereof. Plots have been individually spaced over the total area to ensure privacy and a sense of Karoo quiet. Gaze at the stars, walk in the mountains, explore interesting geological formations and fossils, enjoy the wildlife, birdlife and fynbos, 4x4, all without the hassle of managing and maintaining a Karoo farm or property. This reserve is situated 240 km from Cape Town in the heart of the Witteberg mountain range in a transition zone from the Little Karoo to the Great Karoo. The reserve also shares a 4km border with the provincial Anysberg Nature Reserve. The reserve lies midway between Touws River and Laingsburg and southwest of the historic Matjiesfontein village. There are 12 individual full title plots available to develop a holiday home on and two plots zoned Resort 1 which can be developed into a guesthouse, a boutique hotel or holiday units for rental (the latter has a limit to a specific bed occupancy). All investors will each own an equal share in the private nature reserve (the remainder of the property). A Home Owners Association Constitution has already been approved and is in place. All the land-use and development rights have been approved by all relevant authorities in the Western Cape and resort developments like this offers investors unparalleled protection of their investment. This Reserve offers a unique opportunity in many ways, the main objective and feature of this resort is the conservation of the fynbos of the Witteberg, a unique mountain range and part of the Cape Floral Kingdom. Many indigenous mammals, birds, reptiles and other species occur in this Reserve. Viewing of this development can be arranged by appointment. Prospective buyers will be shown around and all relevant information will be shared in order to make an informed decision.

Listing No: P24-104049320
0 0
Laingsburg, Laingsburg
R 7 000 000

This 365 hectare irrigation farm is situated in an environment blessed by tranquillity and stunning views of the river and surrounding mountains. Few places can boast with such a contrast of abundant water and climate in the middle of such a dry landscape. Registered irrigation water rights are obtained from the Floriskraal irrigation scheme as well as from 3 boreholes which supplies water to 22 hectare of cultivated land. Most of this acreage is planted with lucerne. The climate, the water and quality soil offer ideal farming and living conditions. The farmhouse is convenient and the shed and other outbuildings are in good repair. The new owner can walk in and start producing. The farm is rich in tree life as well as a variety of flourishing river reeds as excellent fodder for sheep and cattle. For sale at R7 000 000.

Listing No: P24-103674643
0 0
Laingsburg, Laingsburg
R 1 280 000

PLOTS FROM R 595 000 Own your full title free standing plot on the exclusive Witteberg Private Nature Reserve. The 4365-hectare Witteberg Private Nature Reserve offers a unique opportunity to 15 investors to own property inside a Karoo reserve and have an equal share in the remainder thereof. Plots have been individually spaced over the total area to ensure privacy and a sense of Karoo quiet. Gaze at the stars, walk in the mountains, explore interesting geological formations and fossils, enjoy the wildlife, birdlife and fynbos, 4x4, all without the hassle of managing and maintaining a Karoo farm or property. This reserve is situated 240 km from Cape Town in the heart of the Witteberg mountain range in a transition zone from the Little Karoo to the Great Karoo. The reserve also shares a 4km border with the provincial Anysberg Nature Reserve. The reserve lies midway between Touws River and Laingsburg and southwest of the historic Matjiesfontein village. There are 12 individual full title plots available to develop a holiday home on and two plots zoned Resort 1 which can be developed into a guesthouse, a boutique hotel or holiday units for rental (the latter has a limit to a specific bed occupancy). All investors will each own an equal share in the private nature reserve (the remainder of the property). A Home Owners Association Constitution has already been approved and is in place. All the land-use and development rights have been approved by all relevant authorities in the Western Cape and resort developments like this offers investors unparalleled protection of their investment. This Reserve offers a unique opportunity in many ways, the main objective and feature of this resort is the conservation of the fynbos of the Witteberg, a unique mountain range and part of the Cape Floral Kingdom. Many indigenous mammals, birds, reptiles and other species occur in this Reserve. Viewing of this development can be arranged by appointment. Prospective buyers will be shown around and all relevant information will be shared in order to make an informed decision.

Listing No: P24-104773839
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