Property Pick - Luxurious bush living in Hoedspruit

Always wanted your own holiday home in an area like the Kruger Park? This is your chance! 

3 Bedroom House for sale in Hoedspruit

50% share on a modern bush-style private house in the Greater Kruger Park. Asking price R3,5M including a Landrover game-vehicle in good condition as well as traversing over 2455 hectares in Big-5 directly bordering the famous Kruger National Park. 

Rare offering, these properties don’t often come on the market. 

A huge outside deck area on two levels with exciting views over the seasonal river and the bush. A deck walkway between the carport and house. Small waterhole which is favoured by Elephants. 3 bedroom en-suite, one room completely private from the main house. Outside showers, and on the upstairs a large spacious lounge with balcony. 
Open modern kitchen overlooking the deck and bush. 
Sleeper couch in lounge for extra sleeping area, and on the outside deck you find your braaiplace and fireside. Shaded by a large Tamboti Tree. Extremely safe and ideal for children due to the raised deck. Solar powered. 

This upper market reserve has 65 privately owned houses and is permanently staffed by a farm manager, workshop manager (mechanics and maintenance), administrative staff and labour force. 
Available facilities: 

- A swimming pool, with lapa and braai area, 
- Tree house with braai and bathroom facilities (experience a night sleeping under the stars!), 
- 2 hides overlooking waterholes 
- Picnic and bush-braai facilities 
- Members lounge 
- and a convenience store for basic essentials. 
- Covered parking, workshop and fuel for member game vehicles. 

Covered parking 
Communal swimming pool 
Communal braai area 

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