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4 3
Somerset East, Somerset East
R 1 250 000

This neat five bedroom house offers above the spacious main house two garden flats that generate income and has its own undercover parking space. Four of the bedrooms have built-in cupboards and two bedrooms offer en suite bathrooms. The family/dining room open plan has beautiful wooden floors. The kitchen has a sliding door which opens onto an entertainment area. Two well equipped garden flats generate income for the owner. The property is well secured. Estimated municipal rates: R369/month

Listing No: P24-105613229
4 2
Somerset East, Somerset East
R 1 000 050

Exceptional, well maintained late Victorian style house, one of the best buys in town. This lovely and charming home offers 4 bedroom home with built-in cupboards, 2 bathrooms (1x en suite), lounge/dining room, kitchen and pantry. Situated in the popular residential area of Somerset east. Other features include a wood fire place, beautiful oregon pine floors, swimming pool and entertainment lapa with built-in braai in the private and neat back garden. Well secured with burglar bars and security gates. Municipal rates approximately R324/month.

Listing No: P24-105518604
6 5
Somerset East, Somerset East
R 18 500 000

Description: In terms of overall score, this is probably one of the better mid sized game farms I have yet to encounter. The topography is stunning, with an absolute wealth of feature and despite having over 200m change in elevation on the property, the entire block is traversable with in 2 wheel drive. The Bushmans River carves a lazy 12.7km series of arcs through the valley floor while over 19 significant tributaries on the property have, over time, carved the heavily wooded drainage lines that add so much dimension to the property. Add to this large flat plains, mountain top plateaus and sheer cliff faces and one has about as diverse a mix that can be found on any one block of comparable size in the province. The ultimate in off grid living, the owners have made themselves completely self sufficient in the sense that all power is solar, all water, including the irrigation is pumped by solar, they have a huge organic vege garden and orchards as well as purpose designed stock enclosures for pullets, broilers, sheep and cattle which, when combined with the abundance of venison on the farm, supplies all of their food needs. A portion of the property is traversed by the main Cape railway line. While this could be seen as problematic, the current owners have become so accustomed as to barely notice it anymore. They have cleverly converted the Northern piece that is alienated by the railway line into a game breeding project, run separately to the extensive main game ranch south of the line. Veld types: The dramatic topography on the property gives rise to a very balanced and pleasing habitat diversity. The valley floors and flat ground are mainly classic Karoo. The mix of karroid plant species here is very pleasing, with a welcome departure from the often monogenous common or anchor karoo, normally indicative of over grazing. Grass cover in this biome was also pleasing with good evidence of cenchrus, pannicums and the digitaria species found. The predominately north facing mountain slopes are mainly comprised of Karoo woodland with numerous jacket plums, boscias, Scotias, Gwarri , Rhus and olives making up the bulk of the tree species found. Here, grasses start to eclipse the karroid succulents and very healthy stands of most of the climax grasses are in evidence. Of interest was that at the time of our visit in mid September, most of these were already in seed. The numerous drainage lines are in the main, heavily wooded with what could be best described as woody sub tropical thicket. In places this is extremely dense with a closed canopy broken only by the numerous towering Euphorbia Triangularis. On the mountain tops and flat plateaus, these biomes give way to fynbos grassland. Here the dominant grasses are Themeda Triandra and the aristidas, both of which will supply good summer grazing as well as preferred habitat for the numerous Mountain Reedbuck. The last distinctive biome is that of riverine thicket. The 12.7km of Bushmans River is inside the property for its entire length, meaning the farm has the benefit of both sides of this very productive biome. This is typically dominated by Large Acacia Karroo with emerald stands of Pannicum enjoying the diffused light and nitrogen rich micro climate found under this broken canopy. Despite being aesthetically appealing, this riverine swathe will definitely prove both the lifeblood and pantry of the property for many of the numerous game species found. Rainfall / Water: The farm falls in a summer rainfall area with an annual average of about 350mm. Water is drawn from 7 boreholes, six of which are fitted with solar pumps and one with a windmill. Of these, one borehole is tested at 60 000L / hour and is fitted with a state of the art solar pumping system driven by a bank of 32 x 180W panels. A 75mm pipe line links this with the adjacent 3h of irrigated Lucerne as well as the main house for the gardens etc. Besides the numerous pools in the Bushmans River, supplementary water is well reticulated on the property linking many watering points to 5 earth dams and 5 concrete reservoirs. There are also reportedly 3 fountains on the property Improvements: The whole property is fenced with a CAE spec 2.4m game fence. The northern game breeding section is also equipped as electric although the energizer is not currently on. There is a solar powered entrance gate. The main house / lodge is a show piece. It boasts 4 suites, all with en suite bathrooms as well as a 2 bedroom family unit. Spacious living areas open up onto a huge, North facing verandah with multiple sitting areas and built in braai and catering section. The stunning views afforded from this feature are over a considerable lake immediately in front of the house with separate entertainment boma and jetty. A sub terrainien wine cellar and bar area are cleverly concealed beneath the patio and adjacent stairway. Numerous outbuildings include a spacious and well fitted office, outdoor rooms with wall to wall cupboards for personal storage space. There is a state of the art butchery / cold room / abattoir facility complete with all the equipment one could possibly need as well as special purpose rooms for gardening equipment and chemicals, custom laundry facility, workshops and a large 4 berth garage and separate 6 berth carport. 3 x 2 bedroom staff houses are built to a standard exceeding many city town house developments. An older farm house on the Eastern end of the property has been refurbished and serves as hunters’ accommodation. It has 5 bedrooms, kitchen lounge, dining area and braai patio. Like the rest of the property, it is powered by its own solar system. Of special mention must be the expansive vege gardens, orchards and stock facilities that combine to make the farm almost totally self sufficient in terms of its food requirements Power The main house is powered by a very well put together solar system 2 banks totaling 66 panels (30 x 180W and (36 x 140W) charge dual banks of 24 x 2 volt batteries. These dual 48V banks are fed through a self diagnostic 18kva inverter system. A 28kvs silent type diesel genset is wired as an auto switch standby in the event of prolonged suboptimal charging condition. Game and movables: With the notable exception of the sable antelope, antique furniture, personal artworks collection and personal effects, the farm can be sold as a lock, stock and barrel concern. An estimate of game numbers on the property at the time of our visit included: 11 Giraffe 32 Eland 42 Blue Wildebeest 30 Red Hartebeest 80+ Impala 180+ Kudu 10 Red Lechwe 15 Waterbuck 30 Nyala 28 zebra 12 Gemsbuck 10 Blesbuck (2 whites) as well as numerous Warthogs, Bushbuck, Steenbok, Duiker and Mnt Reedbuck. Common Reedbuck were also introduced although seldom seen. Movables also include a Landini 4 x 4 tractor, Landcruiser Station Wagon, Hilux D4D 3 litre double cab, old cruiser bakkie, basic furniture, irrigation equipment and numerous tractor drawn implements etc. The Sable and livestock (cattle and sheep etc) are excluded from the price but may be negotiated for. Conclusion: The whole farm has been very well developed. A lot of thought and money has gone into the renovation and /or development of the superb infrastructure as well as the self sufficiency of the operation. It is literally a turn key operation and one can move on without having to redo anything. If one so chose there are multiple revenue centres already in operation in the form of the popular lodge with a loyal and growing clientele, an enthusiastic hunting following, well developed venison market and of course the Sable. The latter are well settled, breeding and if negotiated for, would add considerable momentum to the operation in terms of a revenue stream. Price: R18.5 million (+ Vat if payable). (excluding Sable, livestock and personal effects as described above). The property and its movables are the only asset of a VAT registered (PTY) ltd, whose shares can be bought should a buyer so choose.

Listing No: P24-105570733
3 2
Somerset East, Somerset East
R 6 500 000

Location The farm is situated in the Voel river basin approximately 40km SW of Somerset East. Size Comprised of a single title, the farm measures a shade over 836 h in extent. Description I am by no means alone as an unrepentant fan of this whole Voel River Valley. It is big country, with some of the most spectacular vistas and dramatic topography one can encounter, all with little or no evidence of the normal footprints our species tends to leave on virgin country. What to me makes it even more attractive though, is that it has to rate amongst the safest spots in the country. This is a fact born true by the lack of locks on farm gates and farm houses, 20 year old solar panels standing next to roads and the head scratching incomprehension of locals when asked about stock theft etc. If this is true of the region, so much more so of this property being the end user on a remote turnoff from a very remote road. The property is dominated by a massive horse shoe bend in the Voel river, all of which falls within the borders of the property meaning the boundary fence only crosses twice at 90 deg. Owning both sides of a river not only boosts the aesthetics of the farm, but also simplifies fencing and fence maintainance, especially on the Voel which can get quite feisty when it floods. The river banks alternate between towering, sheer, 90m cliffs and open grassy floodplains where the annual inundations feed a vibrant belt of green in an otherwise Karoo like setting. One would be hard pressed anywhere to find a property more picturesque and I would find it hard to believe there is another that combines this with un paralleled safety and privacy. Veld types The bulk of the basin floor is classic Karoo. A carpet of edible succulents is dotted with the usual Jacket plums, Boscias and Scotias that so often characterize this biome. Grass species here is largely limited to the aristida genus. The river margins and flood plains have a dense riverine forest of towering Acacias Karoo, and Karee, both of which provide excellent cover and browse. The grass cover here is excellent. Species include Pannicum Maxima, Cenchrus, Eragrostis Curvula and Digitaria Smutsii. As described earlier, where the river widens through gentle bends, annual flooding deposits silt layers that remain vibrant green for many months after the river has subsided. The North facing slopes and elevated ground have a dense covering of spekboom while the interspersed drainage lines are heavily wooded with valley bushveld. Grass species found here included small patches of cynodon, probably where stock was once concentrated, as well as reasonable stands of Themeda, Sporobolus and hetrapogon. All in all, the farm has excellent diversity and as such, easily supports the impressive species count already resident. Cognoscents must be taken however of the fact that this is dry country and strict adherence to a calculated stocking ratio will be vital to maintain the current good health of the veld. Rainfall / Water The farm falls in a summer rainfall area with an annual average of around 280 – 300 mm. There is currently one borehole equipped with a solar panel that supplies the house with water and a second borehole was also recently equipped as a backup. The extensive spread of the Voel River throughout the property insures game does not have to move far to get water. While the Voel is not considered perennial, it flows every year, often for all 12 months and creates permanent pools that are more than adequate for game. Game species The farm currently has healthy breeding populations of Impala, Kudu, Eland, Springbuck and Mountain Reedbuck. The recent drought has unfortunately had an impact on the Blue Wildebeest population plus the Red Hartebeest and Zebra numbers and as such the owner has committed to introducing more of these 3 species to the property. There are also numerous Warthog, Bushpig, Duiker and Steenbok. Fallow Deer are also occasionally spotted on the farm. Nyala and Waterbuck would do exceptionally well in the riverine veld as has been proved on other adjacent Voel River properties, and I believe both would be excellent additions to the property. Improvements The farm is full game fenced and has a current CAE. The house is a small, but more than adequate 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom unit. It has been beautifully restored, with modern bathrooms, a beautiful kitchen and comfortable lounge with fireplace that will definitely be most welcome on winter nights. Power for the house comes from a combination solar / wind charger setup with a 48 volt battery and inverter system. As mentioned, the borehole runs of an independent Solar unit that lifts water to a 5000 L header tank. There is a single outbuilding that incorporates a garage, workshop and meat processing room. The property has a comprehensive road network allowing access to all corners of the farm. While most of it is easily traversable by 2 wheel drive, 4 x 4 is necessary to reach both the Southern and Northern high ground. Conclusion As lifestyle investments go though, I would challenge anyone to find one that is more private, safer and as aesthetically appealing and diverse. If you are wanting somewhere to literally get away from it all, you would be hard pressed to find a better option Price R 6.5 Million (+ Vat).

Listing No: P24-105542276
3 2
Somerset East, Somerset East
R 6 500 000

Location The farm is situated in the Voel river basin approximately 40 km SW of Somerset East. Size Comprised of a single title, the farm measures a shade over 836 h in extent. Description I am by no means alone as an unrepentant fan of this whole Voel River Valley. It is big country, with some of the most spectacular vistas and dramatic topography one can encounter, all with little or no evidence of the normal footprints our species tends to leave on virgin country. What to me makes it even more attractive though, is that it has to rate amongst the safest spots in the country. This is a fact born true by the lack of locks on farm gates and farm houses, 20 year old solar panels standing next to roads and the head scratching incomprehension of locals when asked about stock theft etc. If this is true of the region, so much more so of this property being the end user on a remote turnoff from a very remote road. The property is dominated by a massive horse shoe bend in the Voel river, all of which falls within the borders of the property meaning the boundary fence only crosses twice at 90 deg. Owning both sides of a river not only boosts the aesthetics of the farm, but also simplifies fencing and fence maintenance, especially on the Voel which can get quite feisty when it floods. The river banks alternate between towering, sheer, 90 m cliffs and open grassy floodplains where the annual inundations feed a vibrant belt of green in an otherwise Karoo like setting. One would be hard pressed anywhere to find a property more picturesque and I would find it hard to believe there is another that combines this with un paralleled safety and privacy. Veld types The bulk of the basin floor is classic Karoo. A carpet of edible succulents is dotted with the usual Jacket plums, Boscias and Scotias that so often characterize this biome. Grass species here is largely limited to the aristida genus. The river margins and flood plains have a dense riverine forest of towering Acacias Karoo, and Karee, both of which provide excellent cover and browse. The grass cover here is excellent. Species include Pannicum Maxima, Cenchrus, Eragrostis Curvula and Digitaria Smutsii. As described earlier, where the river widens through gentle bends, annual flooding deposits silt layers that remain vibrant green for many months after the river has subsided. The North facing slopes and elevated ground have a dense covering of spekboom while the interspersed drainage lines are heavily wooded with valley bushveld. Grass species found here included small patches of cynodon, probably where stock was once concentrated, as well as reasonable stands of Themeda, Sporobolus and hetrapogon. All in all, the farm has excellent diversity and as such, easily supports the impressive species count already resident. Cognoscents must be taken however of the fact that this is dry country and strict adherence to a calculated stocking ratio will be vital to maintain the current good health of the veld. Rainfall / Water The farm falls in a summer rainfall area with an annual average of around 280 – 300 mm. There is currently one borehole equipped with a solar panel that supplies the house with water and a second borehole was also recently equipped as a backup. The extensive spread of the Voel River throughout the property insures game does not have to move far to get water. While the Voel is not considered perennial, it flows every year, often for all 12 months and creates permanent pools that are more than adequate for game. Game species The farm currently has healthy breeding populations of Impala, Kudu, Eland, Springbuck and Mountain Reedbuck. The recent drought has unfortunately had an impact on the Blue Wildebeest population plus the Red Hartebeest and Zebra numbers and as such the owner has committed to introducing more of these 3 species to the property. There are also numerous Warthog, Bushpig, Duiker and Steenbok. Fallow Deer are also occasionally spotted on the farm. Nyala and Waterbuck would do exceptionally well in the riverine veld as has been proved on other adjacent Voel River properties, and I believe both would be excellent additions to the property. Improvements The farm is full game fenced and has a current CAE. The house is a small, but more than adequate 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom unit. It has been beautifully restored, with modern bathrooms, a beautiful kitchen and comfortable lounge with fireplace that will definitely be most welcome on winter nights. Power for the house comes from a combination solar / wind charger setup with a 48 volt battery and inverter system. As mentioned, the borehole runs of an independent Solar unit that lifts water to a 5000 L header tank. There is a single outbuilding that incorporates a garage, workshop and meat processing room. The property has a comprehensive road network allowing access to all corners of the farm. While most of it is easily traversable by 2 wheel drive, 4 x 4 is necessary to reach both the Southern and Northern high ground. Conclusion This will always be a lifestyle game farm, making no pretense at economic viability. As lifestyle investments go though, I would challenge anyone to find one that is more private, safer and as aesthetically appealing and diverse. If you are wanting somewhere to literally get away from it all, you would be hard pressed to find a better option

Listing No: P24-105540434
11 0
Somerset East, Somerset East
R 8 000 000

ANN'S VILLA 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 Websters and the Halls 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 fully 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! FEATURES About 450 hectares in extent, the farm is on the landward side of the Zuurberg Mountains at an altitude of about 700m asl. 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 30 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 in about 1780. It comprises 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, sitting room, dining room, kitchen and study (or third bedroom), and veranda. Integrated into the cottage is a large (art) studio (the old wagon repair shop), shed and the registered 1855 blacksmith museum, (open to the public with regular visitors, cost R20p/p for a personalized tour) A car port for 3 cars with an inspection pit. A workshop / tractor-implement shed is behind the car port. (Currently used to store building material) 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 159 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 Websters 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, but nowadays visitors come over the Olifantskop Pass on the national road and can enjoy flushing toilets, hot showers and their own comfortable bedrooms.

Listing No: P24-105478855
0 0
Somerset East, Somerset East
R 160 000

This level vacant plot is situated on a corner in a quiet residential area of town. The west boundery has been newly fenced and on the north side is a boundery wall. Electricity and domestic water supply is available.

Listing No: P24-105558723
3 3
Somerset East, Somerset East
R 9 000 000

KOMMADAGGA FARM - CLOSE TO N10 This farm is the textbook example of an easily managed livestock farm with the added bonus of having various game species which provide an additional income stream. Fully developed on the stock handling side and well stocked with naturally occurring game as well as introduced blesbuck and springbuck (heart water) it is now well balanced and would require little input or alteration from either a managerial or infrastructural perspective. Main House - 3 double bedrooms, (all en suite), open plan lounge and dining area, playroom and office. Pool and pool house. Extras: Jacuzzi and tennis court, (needs a bit of attention). Garage with 2 x lean-to, a workshop, loft and butchery with 3x3m cold room. Top House - Two loft rooms, one ground level bedroom, lounge, kitchen and bathroom. In addition there is a church and shearing shed. All camps have water (round concrete troughs) in every camp. The camps have a netted perimeter plus a division in the middle. There are 3 kraals and 2 dip tanks, a cattle handling kraal with sliding gates and a loading ramp and horse ring. The water infrastructure is well developed supplying water to the 10 camps. (3 borehols and large dam), 3 old historical fountains. The farm is supplied with 3 phase electricity. This farm would be a very good 'turn key' acquisition for someone not wanting to spend extra time and money of developing a property. Situated in the Kommadagga area north of Olophantskop pass, 90 minutes from Port Elizabeth and easily accessible off the tar road. A proposed wind farm project for the greater area may see the farm benefiting from 2 wind turbines and a sub station which could provide a passive income should this development come into fruition. All this for R9M plus VAT.

Listing No: P24-105284345
0 0
Somerset East, Somerset East
R 4 950 000

Situated 60 km South of Somerset East and 140 km from Port Elizabeth, next to the well known Copper Moon Game Farm and Kuzuko Game Lodge This farm is divided into 3 camps. They are currently running 40 head of cattle as well as many other game species. This unique farm has three different veld types: • Suurberg, a sour mountain veldt with various plant species, Cycads, Proteas and fynbos with various grass species. • Sweet and sour grasses • Sweet valley veldt, mixed Karoo veldt, shrubs, Boerboon, Witgat, Kiepersol Karoo Thorn Tree, Pruim boom, various succulents and Aloes. • 5 stock dams • Eskom available • 5 boreholes (one equipped) GAME • Kudu • Mountain Reedbuck • Black Wildebeest • Red Hartebeest • Warthog • Steenbuck • Duiker • Cape Grys Bok • Blesbok • Leopard • Bushbuck • Baboons

Listing No: P24-105278452
5 3
Somerset East, Somerset East
R 7 500 000

Located in the “Bruintjieshoogte” Mountains, the farm offers a remote getaway and wilderness feel. Fully developed as a game farm with a well maintained colonial style homestead / lodge and second managers house one can walk in and enjoy or run as a game farming / hunting operation. Great Value.

Listing No: P24-105128639
3 3
Somerset East, Somerset East
R 2 114 000

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 2
Somerset East, Somerset East
R 950 000

This property consists of a three bedroom double-story house on the one side of the erf and an one bedroom cottage with seperate garden on the other end of the erf. Whilst staying in the house the cottage can generate a good income for the owner. The main house comprises of three bedrooms with built-in cupboards, two bathrooms (one en suite), family room and kitchen. The cottage comprises of a family room, kitchenette, bathroom and loft bedroom. The property is well secured and pre-paid electrical meter boxes in both units. Estimated Rates: R232/month

Listing No: P24-105173856
4 3
Somerset East, Somerset East
R 1 985 000

COUNTRY LIVING AT IT'S BEST. Immaculately presented Karoo-style family home. Offers three spacious bedrooms with beautiful oregan floors and built-in cupboards. The fourth bedroom with en-suite bathroom and kitchenette provides excellant guest accommodstion with a private entrance from the enclosed verandah stoep. The home is inviting, featuring a host of interior and lighting fixtures each befitting high and excellant standard. From the entrance hall you are greated by comfortable large open-plan lounge and dining room space with beautiful oregan floors. The Kitchen is modernly equipped with built in-units, granite tops, gas hob and under counter oven. Other features are an entertainment area with an indoor built-in braai, family room with sliding doors opening onto an undercover patio with braai facility and a tandem garage with work space. The delightful private back garden offers a sparkling swimming pool near an undercover braai facility. Also a great assett is a flat with street entrance offering an open-plan lounge/kitchenette, bedroom with walk-in closet and bathroom. Private parking and access to the pool and garden. The property is well secured with burglar bars, security gates and 24 hour manned alarm system Estimated monthley rates:R272

Listing No: P24-105034335
3 3
Somerset East, Somerset East
R 750 000

Country living at the foot of Boschberg mountain! This old-style looking home has modern interior facilities. Offers three bedrooms, two with built-in cupboards/full bathrooms, spacious open plan family room and kitchen. The family room opens onto an enclosed stoep with an undercover braai facility. The kitchen is fitted with melamine built-in cupboards. Seperate dining room. Tiled through out except for the bedrooms and dining room. Secured with gates and manned alarm system. Estimated monthley rates: R156

Listing No: P24-105029663
3 3
Somerset East, Somerset East
R 760 000

This house offers three bedrooms, two with built-in cupboards and the main bedroom en-suite with a bath, shower, basin and toilet. The 2nd bathroom has a shower, basin and toilet and the guest bathroom has a toilet and basin. Wooden floors in the lounge and bedrooms. The family room has a built-in braai, tiled floors and sliding door opening onto a patio. Large kitchen with seperate scullery. Single garage with entrance from a small easy manageble back garden and outdoor braai area. Estimated rates per month: R169

Listing No: P24-104926946
0 0
Somerset East, Somerset East
R 8 800 000

Somerset-Oos Vee-/Jagplaas Spreeukloof - 1109,1161 ha Die plaas is ongeveer 20km noord van Cookhouse en 40km vanaf Somerset-Oos geleë. Die grond bestaan hoofsaaklik uit soet bossieveld, meerjarige grasse en vreetbare struike, bosse, bome en rivierdoringveld. Drakrag is 9ha per grootvee-eenheid volgens die Departement van Landbou. Bergplato, hang- en voorskoot/leegtes met waterbane, noordelike rante en suidelike hange. 10 Veewerende weikampe; 6 windpompe en sementdamme, veld gronddamme, nie-standhoudende rivier. Onbewoonde woonhuis, buitegeboue en arbeidershuise wat tot vorige glorie gerestoureer kan word. Geskik as vee/jagplaas en of teling van wild. Koedoes, blesbok, rooiribbok, bosbok & kleinwild kom voor. Besigtig: Slegs per afspraak

Listing No: P24-104302463
0 0
Somerset East, Somerset East
R 8 500 000

Situated in the picturesque country town of Somerset East this booming profitable family run hotel business and property is up for sale. The hotel, built circa 1800 is a beautiful old style building with Oregon pine and yellow wood throughout the building and has loads of potential. 14 rooms, breakfast sun room, dinning area with wooded bar, grill and storeroom are only part of the features and 5 flats all let, provide further monthly income. The property also has secure off street parking, security cameras, solar power and geysers, 2 boreholes and numerous other income producing opportunities such as the bar and gaming machines area, ATM etc.The financial statements are available for inspection to qualified buyers. Contact the agent for further information and to set up an appointment to view.

Listing No: P24-104555519
3 2
Somerset East, Somerset East
R 1 100 000

Situated in a peaceful part of town, this 3 bedroom double-storey home is ideal for a small family. The main bedroom opens onto a balcony with a beautiful view on Boschberg mountain. The neat landscaped garden offers peace an tranquility and has a private under cover braai area, swimming pool and herb/vegetable garden. En suite to the house is a double garage.

Listing No: P24-104991303
0 0
Somerset East, Somerset East
R 750 000

This commercial property is situated in the central business area of town, just off the main street. The price includes VAT. The building size is 156sm in a 216sm of land. The property is already zoned for business and is ideal for offices or a shop. The air conditioned building comprises of a reception area, 3 offices/rooms, strongroom, kitchenette and toilets. The spacious loft is ideal for storage space. It is a ready to move in building. The monthly rates are approximately R187.

Listing No: P24-104815539
0 1
Somerset East, Somerset East
R 396 000

This apartment flat, situated in the retirement village of Somerset East is perfect for an elderly couple/independent individual of 55 years and above. The flat offers a lounge, bedroom with built in cupboards, kitchenette and bathroom with shower, basin and toilet. The flat is close to the communal hall, dining room and office and offers a life that can be lived in a convivial secure environment to the fullest. Entirely secure so that within the grounds one can walk freely. Available: Community services: Weekly cleaning and laundry services. Community activities: Social events, outings and congregation services of various congregations. Environment: Personal freedom. Communal dining room: Daily lunch. Meals in flat on request. Twice weekly tee and eats. Health services: Step down facility. Monthly visit by a nurse. Hair saloon: Twice weekly available. Monthly levy: R1 540 plus R105 for refuge removal.

Listing No: P24-104835955
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