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R 10 950 000 (644 117 EUR*)

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Property Features
Access Gate
Borehole
Built In Cupboards
Dining Room
Entrance Hall
Family/TV Room
Fence
Guest Toilet
Irrigation System
Kitchen
Laundry
Main Ensuite
Pantry
Pets Allowed
Scullery
Staff Quarters

DRASTICALLY REDUCED!! IRRIGATION FARM ON THE SANDRIVER WITH LOTS OF WATER

DRASTICALLY REDUCED!!
IRRIGATION FARM ON THE SANDRIVER WITH LOTS OF WATER
A beautiful Sand river irrigation farm measuring 780 ha of which 80 ha is under drip irrigation now selling for R10 950.000. The farm is some 7 km from Waterpoort on the Alldays tar road and 60km from Louis Trichardt . Vivo is also some 50 km away. It is a frost free area and ideal for all year plantings, like water melon and spanspek for which Waterpoort is very well known. Plantings also include tomatoes, sweet potatoes, hubard pumpkin and potatoes . The farm is right next to the well known ZZ2 tomato farms on the Sand river.
Flora is beautiful bush veld and scenic sandstone hills and cliffs with a great view of the Zoutpansberg mountains range with cattle fencing. Fauna is passing game with Kudu and Impala, warthogs and the usual small game. The farm has some 3km water front of the sand river.
Improvements comprise of two three bed roomed dwellings, two bathrooms, lounge, family room and kitchens. Also a two bed roomed flat with kitchen and bath room. All currently let by local farmers and foremen. They are in good state of repair with lovely gardens. Electricity supplied by Eskom lines.
The farm also has sheds, two cement dams and 6 boreholes, well situated over the farm with the usual accommodation for laborers.
The farm is registered in a company which share holding can easily be bought. It also has two separate title deeds all adjoining and measuring 58 and 721 ha, total 780ha.
In view of the water supply this farm has significant potential and can yield large cash crops.



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