Cape Peninsula game reserve for sale

Solole, the only private game reserve on the Cape Peninsula, is on the market for R75m.

The exclusive property is 258ha in extent and comprises 11 title deeds, says Donald Bower of Homenet Longbeach, which holds a sole mandate to market the reserve.

"The property is flanked by the Table Mountain National Park, itself a World Heritage site, and offers unsurpassed views over Noordhoek valley, through to Longbeach and Chapman's Peak. Buffalo, small game and various buck roam the reserve and can be viewed from a hide."

Solole offers a development opportunity - 40 upmarket stands in four nodes of 10 each are earmarked for development around hippo water retention ponds, and applications for sub-division have been lodged.

An upmarket restaurant with a tapas bar, and a wellness centre and conference facilities are situated on the property. The wellness centre includes a chiropractic clinic, hair salon and holistic health therapy centre.

Other improvements include two main residences and two guest cottages, barns and other outbuildings.

"It is not often that a property of this quality is offered on the open market and it represents good value at R75m," Bower says.

ISSUED BY HOMENET

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