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Luxury equestrian estate for sale in Klerksdorp

A rare opportunity for lifestyle buyers who need to be close to the amenities of a thriving town but hanker after graceful surroundings in which to pamper their family - and their horses - is now available in Klerksdorp.


The spacious ranch style home overlooks manicured paddocks on the 10ha private equestrian estate that is currently on sale for R12,5m through RealNet Klerksdorp, which has a sole mandate to market the property.
 
This is a 10ha private equestrian estate bordering the town’s northern suburb of Doringkruin and currently on sale for R12,5m through RealNet Klerksdorp, which has a sole mandate to market the property.
 
RealNet Klerksdorp co-franchisee Jaco Faurie notes that apart from mining and agriculture, the town is now positioned as the main medical, retail and educational centre for North West Province and the Northern Free State and is consequently attracting an increasing number of wealthy professionals and business executives who would view the estate as an excellent investment.
 
The entrance to the estate leads directly off the tarred road and a long driveway meanders through well-kept grounds and neat post-and-rail-fenced horse paddocks before sweeping up to the custom-built main residence. A double-storey home of 1000sqm that is ideally suited to large-scale entertaining, this features a modern kitchen, numerous patios ideal for serving al fresco meals, a recreation room and a bar room.


Aerial view of the 10ha secure equestrian estate that is currently on sale for R12,5m through RealNet Klerksdorp, which has a sole mandate to market the property.
 
With six bedrooms and four bathrooms as well as two double garages, the house has ample space for a large family or to accommodate visitors, who can relax in the sauna or around the swimming pool after a hard day on horseback, or perhaps pack a picnic for a leisurely day on one of the two islands in a large dam in the grounds..
 
The home, with a Brivis air conditioning system for total climate control on the first floor and a PTC camera system, also features two fireplaces, a built-in safe, guest toilet, laundry, scullery and a separate pantry as well as a store-room.
 
Top-quality equestrian facilities include an outdoor arena, a lunging ring with lighting, a mechanical walker, two stallion paddocks, five spacious stables and two wash bays with a state of the art draining system.
 
There is also accommodation for staff in a separate three-bedroom house, a large covered storage facility with ample room for horse boxes and three large stores for horse feed and equipment.
 
The estate is on the municipal water and sewerage system, and also features a borehole delivering 18 000 litres/ hour for irrigation, which is computerised. Three-phase electricity is supplied by Eskom.
 
Security on the estate is excellent, with electric fencing around the perimeter, high masts with lights that illuminate the grounds around the home and stables at night, and high-tech camera surveillance.
 
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