Bushveld now fractionally available

One of the most sought-after bushveld developments, Intaba Indle near Bela-Bela, is now offering fractional ownership.

The 496ha wilderness estate consists of about 100 full-title stands and 10 fractional units are now on sale to buyers who want to own a piece of the bushveld for holiday breaks, says Annelie Botha of Aida Warmbaths, which markets the units.

"Intaba Indle is regarded as one of the premier bushveld estates. A wide variety of game roams the extensive estate, set against the Waterberg, but there are no predators, which allows owners to freely explore the grounds on foot or mountain bike," she says.

Game includes kudu, eland, giraffe and small antelope as well as a variety of bird species, including water birds that can be viewed at the large dam on the estate.

The fractional units, the first of which were completed at the end of October, are being sold in blocks of four weeks per year at a price of R295 000.

The three-bedroom units each sleep six and include two en-suite bathrooms as well as a guest bathroom on the second floor. A large open-plan living area on the ground floor leads through sliding doors to a private boma with braai facilities and a private swimming pool. The double garage is designed to accommodate a table tennis table.

Botha adds that the units sport thatch roofs to blend in with the natural surroundings. Each unit is being tastefully decorated and fully furnished. The estate will offer property management services and all units will be fully serviced by cleaning staff.

Full-title properties in Intaba Indle are selling from around R3m and up. Botha says these units are set on stands of around 1ha and most homes exceed floor space of 400sqm.

Issued by Aida National Franchises

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