Very few farms in the Langeberg Mountain range owns the very mountain against which they farm, let alone having a privilege of driving up that mountain to the very top, to join vision with the majestic eagle patrolling the skies. Almost a three thousand feet climb with 4.3 km 4x4 trail to the top the mountain offers the most spectacular views over the skyline of Bonnivale, Robertson, Swellendam and Montagu Valley. Looking down on a 440 hectares farm with four title deeds far below with winter crops and pastures is almost as eye pleasing as the fynbos invested mountain top providing a truly unique experience in one\u2019s soul .
The farm owns two thirds of the mountain water flowing into the top earth dam, one of four, from where it is supplemented by two borehole down in the valley. Irrigation on almost 8 hectares of Bulida apricots and another 5 hectares of crop land. Hundred hectares of land is sown with oats for winter grazing. his farm is ideal for livestock and fruit farming combined with fencing and camps in place.
Three houses are present on the farm with five labourers cottages. The main house is a descent 3 bedroom prefab house with open plan lounge and dining, kitchen passage and three garages. Both of the other two houses have three bedrooms. A small shed and lean to for storage.
The farm is very close to government schools of the very highest standard and prestige. Making this farm a great option for the not so commercial farmer that wants to enjoy the luxury of a great village community .
Priced at R 10.5 million plus VAT at 0% selling as a going concern.