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Property Pick - Modern oasis in Krugersdorp

A breathtaking slice of African bush less than 30 minutes away from the hustle and bustle of the city in Kromdraai, Krugersdorp is our Property Pick of the day!


4 Bedroom House for sale in Kromdraai, Krugersdorp

Surrounded by well-known private game reserves with breathtaking views of the Magaliesburg mountains on one side and the dazzling city lights on the other, the farm is also set up for the breeding of rare game allowing the Johannesburg businessman the perfect opportunity to enter into this the very lucrative industry whilst being only a stone’s throw away from urban life. 

Primary Residence


This designer appointed off-grid masterpiece is spread out over 380m²

A modern-day “farmhouse”, completely eco-friendly and self-sustaining, with a solar power system, keeping you off the grid. Double glazed walls and windows, central fireplace blowing warm air throughout the house. Ceilings fully insulated with spray foam keeping it warm in winter and cool in summer. Hydrogenic digester sewage system that never needs pumping. A beautiful pool also using a solar pump. 

The main house consists of 4 bedrooms, 2 ½ bathrooms with outdoor shower, study, scullery, storeroom, modern open plan kitchen, dining room, lounge and a verandah with built-in braai, surrounding a gorgeous pool that looks out onto the bordering game farms - sundown heaven. 

Secondary Residence 

Cottage - 100m²

The cottage consists of 2 beds 1.5 bath/ kitchen/ lounge and provides a rental income of R4500/month- with the potential to go off the grid at a later stage. 

Also Included:

 - 2 working boreholes 
 - Walled Vegetable garden 
 - 2.4m high game fencing and jackal proofing surrounding the entire farm 

Game Camps
 
70 Hectares of the farm is divided into Game Breeding Camps with infrastructure, water and feeding points for the breeding of rare wild game. 

Rare Game - Optional Extra

For the discerning Game Farm breeder this is an opportunity not to be missed. 


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