Situated on approximately 17.5ha, this historical landmark was built in 1692 and offers all-encompassing views on the towering Drakenstein mountains, vineyards, fruit orchards - embracing nature to its finest core. A real "old world" gem on the foot of the du Toitskloof mountains.
The Cape Dutch Homestead has been converted into a characterful Guest House and offers 8 en-suite bedrooms, plus a separate self-catering unit. The large and equipped kitchen is perfect for catering purposes for guests.
Other features include braai facilities, pizza ovens, a lovely pool for the hot summer days and footpaths for lazy and scenic walks. On the agricultural side the land is under guavas and vineyards with cultivars including Chenin Blanc, Sauvignon Blanc, Colombar, Chardonnay, Cab/Sauv, Shiraz, Merlot and Pinotage. The farm produces +- tons of grapes per year. The farm will be sold with all furniture, appliances, bedding, etc. There are approved plans for a venue facility as well as a cellar.
The water is sourced from a strong borehole, a large dam and water rights are in place.
This establishment has potential for a great income stream with everything already on offer, but also with the function facility that could be erected. The 6 workers houses can also be converted into accommodation/cottages.
Price excludes VAT.
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ERF Size 17.500 ha