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Somerset East, Somerset East
R 470 000

A cottages with an open plan kitchenette and lounge with two single beds, and a separate bedroom with twin beds, is for sale in Somerset East. This cosy and neat unit is situated near Gill Primary School and was run as a B&B/Self-catering business for 22 years, which generated a good income. The cottage can be utilised for residential or business purposes. A small manageable garden, with two water tanks, gives ample privacy. The furniture is included in the selling price.

Listing No: P24-106410858
2 1
Somerset East, Somerset East
R 869 000

This lovely two bedroom, one bathroom and two living areas home, is situated in a quiet area of Somerset East and has a spectacular view of the Boschberg Mountain. The house was recently painted, the bathroom and kitchen floors tiled, and plumbing was repaired throughout. This house is ideal for a young couple with kids or a retired couple. The spacious garden requires low maintenance and very little water. The garden is very neat and provides enough space for kids to play. Security is good with steel gates at entrances, and burglar bars in front of windows. The single garage is spacious with a back door close to the back door of the house. This house could be a great investment, due to the possibility of adding on a second garage and another on suite bedroom. This home is a real jewel for the young concerning buyer or for a retired couple that just wants to move in and start living.

Listing No: P24-106407019
3 2
Somerset East, Somerset East
R 1 300 000

Situated in a popular residential area of Somerset East. Beautiful wooden floors throughout the home. Large family and dining room open-plan and modern spacious kitchen with planned cupboard space. The laundry is housed in a Wendy-house situated in the back garden. The single garage has a large area that can be utilised as a workshop or storage space. Additional to the garage is a double under cover carport. This well-secured property has a neat and manageable garden.

Listing No: P24-106347815
2 1
Somerset East, Somerset East
R 590 000

This 'Lock up and Go' property is ideal for a young or retired couple. Low maintenance. Splash pool for the hot summer days. Included in the selling price: Stove, satellite dish and curtains. Estimated monthly rates: R129

Listing No: P24-106387991
5 2
Somerset East, Somerset East
R 2 300 000

This beautiful 5 bedroom house with a separate office building is situated in Somerset East's main road. The estimated size of the office is 275 m², both office and the property has a perfect view of the Boschberg Mountain. The property consists of a private garden in the back with a build-in braai and a stylish modern kitchen with a separate wash-up room. All the bedrooms have built-in cupboards and wall-to-wall carpets. The office space has 3-phase electricity and consists of 3 office rooms and one factory room.

Listing No: P24-106354467
4 3
Somerset East, Somerset East
R 8 506 000

This successful cut-flower and pomegranate farm is situated 11 km just outside the picturesque town of Somerset East. A well-established market exists for both cut-flowers and pomegranates. 10 Ha of water from the Fish River Irrigation Scheme is incorporated for the 8 ha pomegranates and 2 ha of hothouses for the cut flowers. The 10 ha of pomegranates are flood irrigation and the 2 ha cut flowers are drip irrigation from out 2 dams. There are also 3 ha of natural pastures for a 100 sheep. A lovely 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom farm house with a wide variety of fruit trees orchard forms part of this plot.

Listing No: P24-106354453
14 8
Somerset East, Somerset East
R 7 900 000

ANN'S VILLA a provincial heritage site sits quietly at the foot of the Zuurberg Pass filled with countless years of history exuding a magical peacefulness. Surrounded by mountains, birdsong and skies that couldn’t possibly hold any more stars, it is what dreams are made of. Pure heaven on earth! One breath of this pure delight will steal your heart away! Discover her secrets; her history. Stories of the Webster's and the Hall's and many more who would find themselves intertwined with this grand old gem. From the 1864 Inn itself, the 1780’s cottage, schoolhouse, registered blacksmith museum, original old shop and post office, to the shed with its sprung floor where locals danced the starry night away, to the endless mountain views, opportunity abounds at Ann’s Villa. Whether you build on its reputation as a secret gem or choose to expand into new avenues Ann’s Villa will bring you a unique lifestyle. With its ample furnished accommodation and palpable history you will buy into a welcome refuge from the hustle and bustle of modern life. It’s all there -history, nature & the most brilliant star lit sky and so much more. A Provincial Heritage Site, don’t miss this opportunity to own this incredible most precious treasure of a property! The perfect place to set up a shop. FEATURES About 450 hectares in extent, the farm is on the landward side of the Zuurberg Mountains at an altitude of about 700m . Five floral kingdoms occur on the farm (Cape fynbos, Karoo, Montane , subtropical in the gorges, and grassland). Rainfall averages 1000 mm to700mm annually, and the soil is largely decomposed sandstone with a layer of clay underneath. The property is fenced and is divided into camps. Earth dams and a windmill supply water for grazing animals. Currently it is used to graze about 20 cattle and about 5 lawnmower sheep. ESCOM power throughout, and borehole supplies water to a concrete dam from which water is drawn. Large 3 division septic tank and fat traps on all kitchen drains BUILDINGS Cottage / blacksmith/ shed The oldest is the original cottage built by the trekboer Grobbelaar around 1790. It comprises: Main bedroom with en suite bathroom Two other bedrooms (or one bedroom and a large study) A bathroom, basin, toilet and shower Sitting room,Dining room,Kitchen and Pantry Large art studio which was originally the wagon room used to repair wagons (behind the blacksmith with an inter-leading door). Also doors leading to the shed and the vegetable patch. Front veranda VILLA The villa sleeps 12 (4 double and 4 single bedrooms), 3 bathrooms, sitting room, games room with snooker table, dining room, kitchen, laundry, original 1864 shop (part of the tour), drying room and verandas upstairs and downstairs. It was built in 1864 and was restored respecting its authenticity. There is space for a further 2 bathrooms. SCHOOL HOUSE The school house 1880, comprises 3 double bedrooms all en suite,(shower, basin and toilet) sitting room/ dining room combined and kitchen. Sewerage, water and electricity connected. Accommodation summary: Seven double bedrooms Four single bedrooms, total sleeps 18 Six bathrooms (Toilet, basin & shower), with space & nearby connections for another 2 OTHER Outbuildings include an original 1880’s corrugated iron shed with sprung floor which can be used as a wedding venue or once the tar road complete, a restaurant with outside tea garden, (currently a workshop). A two room workers cottage, no facilities and unoccupied. A family graveyard. A fully researched history is available GENERAL Water is from a borehole and rain water tanks. Eskom throughout. Geysers are solar electric. The area around the buildings (+- 2 hectares) has a 1.8 m electric fence to keep the wild life (monkeys, baboon, kudu etc.) out. HISTORY In its 160 years Ann's Villa has witnessed some of the defining moments in the history of South Africa. The spread of British rule into the interior, the discovery of diamonds, the development of railways and the Anglo-Boer war are all events that this grand old lady has been a part of. Built shortly after the dreadful Zuurberg Pass was completed in 1855, Ann's Villa was designed to accommodate and service exhausted ox wagon traffic at the inland end of the pass. The Inn was erected for the Webster family whose father John had given up his bakery in PE to establish a bakery at the Villa. The Websters bought the farm from a Mr Grobbelaar and they lived in the cottage which was built by him and which was known variously as Bergview cottage and Verbena cottage. It still stands and is the oldest building on the property. It was added onto by the Webster's who established a blacksmith and a bakery in the cottage. The bakery was used to make bread which was delivered to the workers building the Zuurberg Pass whilst the blacksmith was established as a vital service at the foot of the pass for all the wagons which needed repair after struggling over one of the longest mountain passes in South Africa. When the Villa was built a general dealer shop was included in the main building and in 1864 the little hamlet was opened to the public. A schoolhouse was built a few years later to accommodate local children. Diamonds were discovered in 1867 and the traffic into the interior of South Africa increased enormously. The Villa had a brief period of great success and then decline as the railway, completed in 1890 from PE to the interior severely reduced the carriage traffic. The Villa was repositioned as a place where families could come to relax and enjoy the healthy Karoo air. When the Anglo Boer war broke out in 1898 it seemed as though the Villa would never be affected as it was so far from the scene of the conflict. The Zuurberg Pass however became the furthest point south that the war spread to. The Colonial Defence Force (CDF) had a camp in the hills behind the villa as well as redoubts scattered across the Zuurberg. The Hall family, who were resident at the time, had a hair-raising experience hiding under the dining room table following a battle about 30 km away, when a group of Boer soldiers raided the farm and stole horses and supplies from the shop. The Halls were the last full time residents at the Villa up until the 1960s. It became a holiday home for the family, until they sold it to a distant relative in the 1960s. It became a feeding station for livestock whilst the buildings were locked up and left uninhabited. On the cusp of decay the farm was bought in the 1990s by its present owners, and the restoration of the villa began in 2000. In 2004 it was reopened as accommodation for travellers (modern day trekkers). The Villa has barely changed in appearance since it first opened in 1864.

Listing No: P24-106294689
0 0
Somerset East, Somerset East
R 200 000

Residential vacant land (1321sqm) situated in a popular area and sought after street. This vacant land is level and therefore your building costs lower.

Listing No: P24-106429341
4 3
Somerset East, Somerset East
R 8 480 000

This property is situated at the foothills of the Bosberg close to Somerset East 19.5860 hectares 10.8 hectares under Fish River Irrigation Scheme Intensive farming of pomegranates and cut flowers. There is a fixed market for both products. Currently supplying Woolworths. House: 4 x Bedrooms 3 x Bathrooms Kitchen Pantry Laundry Study Lounge Family Room Dining Room Foyer Storeroom Linen room Enclosed Veranda Separate outside office that can be converted into a flatlet Garage Tool Room Swimming Pool 3 x Staff Rooms Outbuildings: 3 x Sheds 1 x Workshop Equipment: Tractor 2 x High-Pressure Sprayers Trailer Implements for cut flowers Coolroom Slasher Ripper Water: 2 x Holding Dams 1 x Borehole (submersible) 1 x Reservoir for garden use Flood and Drip Irrigation Tanks from borehole (household use) 2 x Electrical motors for cut flower irrigation Automatic water control unit The farm is Global G.A.P and SIZA registered. There is a possibility to grow tomatoes or any other vegetables in the tunnels. It is a very moderate climate with occasional frost in the winter Flowers and Plants currently available on the farm (variety may vary depending on what is needed): Lisianthus Roses Gerberas Limonium white light and blue night Limonium safora Alstroemeria Ruscus Virogreen Statice Sea Holly Lilies, seasonal bulbs, Asiatic, Irises Formolongo Million Stars Gypsophila Ornamental Kale Dianthus Achillea Leeubekkies/Snapdragons Tortured Willow Yucca Penny Gum, Silver Dollar and Baby Blue Veronicas Included in the sale: JD Tractor Wagon 2 x High-Pressure Poison sprayers Slasher Picking Crates Equipment for flowers: Backpack sprayers, Mistblower, sorting tables, buckets, scissors, wagon, pH meter, spades, forks, wheelbarrows, harrows. Equipment needed to plant, harvest and process flowers. Excluded in the sale: Lights in the kitchen and dining room Small vegetable tunnel Pot Plants, planters, garden ornaments Stove and Dishwasher Tools in the workshop Everything else that isn’t mentioned in the above list of inclusions Stock : can carry 100 Sheep (currently rented)

Listing No: P24-106345007
4 3
Somerset East, Somerset East
R 8 485 000

A stone`s throw from the quaint small town of Somerset East, lies these 19.5 hectares, waiting on its new owner, eager to continue with the legacy of this already confirmed business, lovingly managed by a husband and wife team. The house is a typical farm house with all the character and atmosphere associated with well-loved and lived-in farm houses. The shower in the garden is a must enjoy and I thoroughly regret not having one in my garden. Tunnel upon tunnel filled with cut flowers not only provide a solid income but also splendor and color. There is ample space for expanding and adding a few more tunnels filled with flowers or even sought after and rare vegetables. A cold-room keeps the freshly picked flowers fresh and as it is close to the studio it makes life so much easier when the brides to be order their flowers for their fairy tale weddings. Pomegranates add to the income and the trees are healthy, well taken care of and produce in abundance. And again, the orchids of trees also provide fodder for sheep or goats (which might earn another income) and opportunity to grow something, like water melons under the trees (or maybe something totally else) There is enough space available to plant veggies or add to the more than 50 fruit trees, which provide all year round produce and, again, opportunity. You might think that this is too good to be true but believe you me, I saw opportunity all over the farm. I loved the fact that there are two dams, catching up water and saving for a dry spell. I loved the feel of the farm, the heartbeat steady and healthy. If this is what you dream about, do not hesitate to contact me today. This might just be your dreams come true! The seller is VAT registered. R8 485 000.00 including movable assets and implements (list available on request)

Listing No: P24-106349997
3 0
Somerset East Rural, Somerset East
R 6 360 000

This farm is divided into 6 grazing camps and +- 5 ha of lands. Fencing: All the fencing has recently been repaired. The boundary fence is netted and internal fences are cattle proof. The lands and house are enclosed with a 2.4m game fence. Improvements: +- 5 ha of lands of which +- 3 ha are under Permaset Irrigation via gravity feed from a mountain spring. Borehole (+- 3000lt/hr) equipped with a solar pump 5 x Earth Dams 2 x Concrete Reservoirs 5 x water troughs connected to the reservoirs Solar powered stock water system on top of mountain (western side) Extensive road network House: New 3 bedroom house with 1 ½ bathrooms Open plan kitchen/living area Lounge Strong Room Scullery Verandah with built-in-braai. 1 x Staff House 5 kw solar powered system providing electricity to house with 8 solar panels 12 x Storage batteries and 5kw inverter. Backup generator on call. Storage: 2 x 6m steel containers 1 x Zinc shed Veld: No small stock has grazed on the farm for over 5 years. Veld is in very good condition. An abundance of Wild Olive Trees Water: Supplied from very reliable borehole and mountain spring. The water from the mountain spring is piped to the house and lands in a new system recently installed by Rice Irrigation. This farm is perfect for the ideal weekend getaway or for the lifestyle farmer.

Listing No: P24-106288917
0 0
Somerset East, Somerset East
POA

This exciting new release offers a great opportunities for further development. Situated ±107km from Port Elizabeth, on the N9 in the Alicedale region amongst some of the major game farms in the Eastern Cape. The farm lies below the N9 and consists of gentle hills although there are steep slopes with large low lying river areas. Vegetation consists on the peeks of sour grass, fynbos gradually changing to sweet grass and karoo with thorn trees. A good mix of the traditional Eastern Cape species will all do well. Partly game fenced with 2 game breeding camps. Water supplied from 4 springs, 2 boreholes and earth dams. Has a very healthy and malaria free climate. Infrastructure consists of original farm house and garage, 2nd house and a hunter’s cottage with outbuildings. No Eskom therefore no powerline . Solar electricity supply. Conviently situated with no through roads. This farm is definitely worth taking the time to go and view.

Listing No: P24-106154834
0 0
Somerset East, Somerset East
R 6 000 000

Set high in the mountains with lush vegetation, the 'veld' is in excellent condition. The property has good infrastructure with new house - 3 bedrooms 1 ½ bathrooms, open plan kitchen/living area, lounge, strong room, scullery and verandah with built-in-braai.- 5 kw solar powered system providing electricity to house with 8 solar panels, 12 storage batteries and 5kw inverter. Backup generator on call.The farm is divided into 6 grazing camps and +- 5 ha of lands. All the fencing was recently repaired. The boundary fence is netted and internal fences are cattle proof. The lands and house are enclosed with a 2.4m game fence. The water from the mountain spring is piped to the house and lands into the new recently and professionally installed irrigation system - Other Improvements include: +- 5 ha of lands of which +- 3 ha is under permaset irrigation via gravity feed from mountain spring. - Borehole ( +- 3000lt/hr) equipped with a solar pump - 5 earth dams - 2 concrete reservoirs - 5 water troughs connected to the reservoirs - Solar powered stock water system on top of mountain western side - Extensive road network

Listing No: P24-106141080
0 0
Somerset East, Somerset East
R 18 720 000

These properties are situated 12kms from Golden Valley, 36kms from Somerset East, 20kms from Cookhouse and 140kms from Port Elizabeth 119.6719 hectares 60 Hectares Water Rights 29 ha pivot 30 draglines 10 ha flood irrigation 50 ha veld 2 Houses comprising of the following: House 1: 3 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms Kitchen Dining Room Lounge Family Room House 2: 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms Kitchen Dining Room Lounge Family Room Cottage Entertainment Area 2 Sheds 3 Staff Houses 3 x Dams The Great Fish River runs through the farm and is a source of water for the camps 3 50KWA Eskom Submersible for domestic use Electrical Motors – 22 KWA, 15,5KWA, 2 x 7.5KWA

Listing No: P24-105917744
3 2
Somerset East, Somerset East
R 650 000

Recently revamped Cape Colonial house with an open plan living room and kitchen. The home offers three bedrooms with built-in cupboards and two bathrooms ( one en suite), The back garden has ample space for expansion. Ideal home for the first time buyer. Estimated municipal rates: R198/month

Listing No: P24-105840115
3 1
Somerset East, Somerset East
R 692 250

This beautiful home is situated just one minute walk away from the main business center and local high and primary schools. It is a three bedroom house (main bedroom with build-in cupboards, one bathroom (gas geyser) with newly renovated yellowwood floors. Other features are an open plan dining- and TV room with a fireplace and spacious pantry. The backyard garden is spacious with a build-in braai, single garage and carport. There is an outside bachelor flat with en-suite bathroom. The burglar bars and security system make this home an ideal property to invest in.

Listing No: P24-105777357
0 0
Somerset East, Somerset East
R 12 500 000

This haven lies about 40 km from Somerset East, totally tucked away between surrounding hills and vast spaces of nothing but field. The fence, being kept in good condition, CAE certified, is an indication of what to expect but nothing prepared me for the sight just over the little hill. What a surprise! My first sight of the newly planted pomegranate orchid and the neatness of the whole set-up was a pleasant surprise. The homestead and outer buildings were all very well taken care of and the interior of the house made me wish that I could stay there! I could not wait, however to actually see the farm as this was by far one on the neatest places I have ever been on. Driving around on the open vehicle I could easily imagine a time before humans possessed everything. It was just magical to be able to almost able to touch the animals, magnificent beasts all in good condition. The field are in superb condition and spekboom was planted by the thousands all over the farm. Spekboom is one the most valuable plants this area has to offer and once these plants are grown there will be food in abundance for the animals. The animals grazing the farm are: 45 Kudu 20 Ribbok 30 Blesbok 50 Springbok 6 Giraffe 40 Impala 14 Rooihartebees 11 Nyala 6 Zebra 8 Waterbuck 6 Gemsbok 6 Sable Antelope 8 Duikers 10 Steenbokkies And they are all inclusive of the sale. Water is provided by three boreholes, fully equipped, and connected to tanks which on their turn provide water to drinking points, house and outer buildings. The house has 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and huge, welcoming living rooms and a kitchen most women crave. The guest cottage has four bedrooms and two bathrooms. There is a fully equipped abattoir on the farm and is ideal for processing meat during hunting season. Everything was taken into consideration during the lay-out of the abattoir. Yet again, I was very impressed. The pomegranate orchard was established in 2016 but prior to that the old lucern land had to be ripped over and over again by bulldozers, preparing the soil for the new journey ahead, growing pomegranates. The double line drip irrigation system had to be planned and installed with precision as this is a long-term investment. The dams, pumps and irrigation system added up to almost R1 600 000.00! The trees ,9000 of them, will start producing fruits in 2019.The plants were inspected by a professional recently and were declared in a very good healthy state. The fertilizer id automatically added directly to drip irrigation and you only need to switch the pump on or off. This is really a perfect example of living a lifestyle most people desire and opportunity. Opportunity not only relating to financial matters but to raising a family breathing fresh air, children running around safely and spending afternoons on the veranda watching the sun smiling gently down as he gently slides away. Do not let this opportunity pass. For sale at R 12,500,000 VAT exclusive

Listing No: P24-105989745
0 0
Somerset East, Somerset East
R 13 500 000

Main house has 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms. lounge, office laundry room, scullary and dining room/ braai area. Hunters Lodge was 4 bedrooms and a bathroom, living area and braai. Main storage building is a stone stucture. Butchery has a slaughter place, 2 cold room. Tables, saw, mincer, sausage filler and vacuum machine Included are all game , other animals, machinery and loose goods as per lists. Animals: Kudu Springbok Ribbok Giraffe Blesbok Impala Rooi Hartebees Nyala Zebra Waterbok Gemsbok Sable Bulle Sable Cow Sable Kalf Man Sable Kalf Man Sable Kalf Man Duikers Steenbokkies Loose Goods: Massey Trailer 4W Trailer Toyota Skraper Sleep Skraper 3 PT Tiller Ripper Compressor Hout Rolsaag Hout Rolkaaf Generator 3 Phase Generator BPI Disc Cosmo Strooier Watertenkwa Welder Welder 3 phase Dompelpomp 2KW 75 M Ystersaag Pype Draaibank Drillpress Werksbanke Betonmenger Spuit Hamermeul Draad + Pype Polaris Polaris Waentjie - Vee 3 Lem Skraper Tooling ect..

Listing No: P24-105893255
3 3
Somerset East, Somerset East
R 1 895 000

This split-level spacious family home is situated on a corner erf in a peaceful neighbourhood. The entrance hall gives access to both levels of the house. An imbuia/yellow-wood staircase leads to the lower level which comprises of a double garage with automatic doors, man's den and laundry. The top level comprises of a spacious lounge, dining room with a stunning imbuia/yellow-wood welsh dresser with serving hatch to kitchen, famly room, study, kitchen, three bedrooms, two full bathrooms (one en suite) and linen room. All the bedrooms open onto a stoep and private garden. The kitchen is fitted with imbuia/yellow-wood cupboards, gas hob and eye-level oven. Other features are an outdoor entertainment area with braai facility and swimming pool in a walled enclosure. Neat well maintained garden and well secured property. Estimated rates: R717/month.

Listing No: P24-105081618
3 3
Somerset East, Somerset East
R 2 130 000

This large property is a three bedroom with three bathrooms home. A large open plan lounge/dining room and kitchen runs the width of the house. A separate laundry/scullery and a loft on top of the kitchen. There is a double garage, small swimming pool and an outside patio with a build-in braai. The under floor heating and an irrigation system, as well as the fact that this home was build in 2010, makes this home irresistible. This big property (3 645 m²) has a possibility of being subdivided either to sell-off or to build another home on the erf.

Listing No: P24-105801860
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