48,6 Ha (7 Ha Arable with irrigation on 3 Ha). River frontage and borehole with registered water use right of 92 000 Cubic meter per year.

This stunning old-style farm in the Hennops River Valley off School Road takes you back to nature. It is a bird lovers paradise with stunning views of the surrounding mountains and is situated within striking distance of both Jhb and Pta metro’s. 

The main house consists of four bedrooms, main en-suite with full bathroom plus bidet, additional full bathroom, and separate guest toilet. The front of the house has a very large veranda and all the reception rooms – a lounge, bar, library, dining room and sitting room – are leading on to it.  Large kitchen with walk in pantry, scullery, and laundry.   There is a two bedroomed cottage with kitchen and one and a half bathrooms, sparkling swimming pool and a tennis court that is in need of resurfacing. Balance of buildings consist of a separate 3 vehicle garage with storage space, four bedroomed staff quarters with bathroom and kitchen, separate store which was converted from stables and could be reversed. Large old farmhouse which is unmaintained but could be refurbished.

The property is defined by the Hennops river which touches the one side and then runs through it again. There are water rights at both intersections.

Total area under roof is 1330². The homestead area is protected by electric fence approx. 3 ha. Further security consists of alarm, burglar guards and security lights

This property has a variety of potential uses amongst which is normal crop production, work from home and live in the country and work in the city to name a few. Logical subdivision is a possibility.


Chené Wrogemann

Chené Wrogemann

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