The farm consists of two Title Deeds or portions and are situated between Port Elizabeth (Gqeberha) and Grahamstown on the coastal side of the N2 with a high annual rainfall. In the past the farm was used for Chicory and Dairy farming with up to 180 Dairy cattle. Half of the farm consists of dry land pastures and the other half veld with stunning views in the valleys, perfectly suited for game or even planting Pecan nut trees in the valley along the stream running through the farm on two of the boundary sides with big yellow wood trees. There are 3 dams in the valley and the water is then pumped up to the farm into another storing dam for the cattle. In the past the water was used to irrigate the Chicory. One of the dams was built by the neighbouring farmer and they have a servitude registered to use the water for irrigation with the owner of the land only allowed to use the water for his livestock.
There is one 25KVA ESKOM Power point and another point near the borehole that is not in use but can be reconnected. The borehole supply 20 000 litre of water per hour but is hardly ever used, because of all the water in the valley.
This is one of those farms that you must see to appreciate the potential and whether you are looking for a game farm or stock farm, contact Bertie van Deventer today to arrange your viewing.
We do have an agreement in place with the owner that we will only show the farm to potential buyers who’s prepared to provide proof of funding or means to get funding. The asking price will exclude VAT, all livestock and implements, but can be bought separately.