Lucrative Opportunity in the Accommodation and Farming Industry in NW Province.
This property is a piece of bushveld situated on the foot of the Magalies Mountain, just outside Mooinooi, Northwest Province. The property has two title deeds (5.1 and 3.6 hectare respectively), which are operated and developed as one property and is surrounded by citrus farms.
The property is developed on 2 Sections, Section 1 has agriculture zoning and Section 2 has approved bush lodge and conferencing/wedding venue rights. On the first section the main dwelling of approximately 400 m2 is a double storey, thatch house with 5 bedrooms 4 bathrooms, of which three rooms are en-suite. A solid wood kitchen, Rhodesian teak doors and surfaces and pine shelves inside. The large lounge, dining room can ideally be converted into a restaurant for guests. A second living room and two bedrooms are on the second floor which has wooden floors that form the ceiling for the ground floor and the ground floor has uniform tiling throughout. There is patio outside the kitchen on the eastern side of the house, and a braai in an enclosed area on the western side of the house as well as a big boma area for braais in the front garden, close to the swimming pool.
The garden flat, adjacent to the main house, also has a thatch roof. The unit is approximately 50m2 and has its own bathroom and kitchenette with a laundry/storeroom on the south side of the with an outside entrance. The carport on the southern side of the house has a corrugated iron roof and cement floors and has space for 4 cars with an open storage area on one side and a laundry with two storage rooms on the northern side. Also part of the carport complex is a fully equipped butchery, with a cold and a freezer room as well as a rondawel on the eastern side equipped as two workrooms/storerooms.
Further buildings on this property include a unit with two single rooms each with its own bathroom and kitchenette. There is another storage area next to this unit which can easily be revamped to an extra unit for accommodation. The well-planned garden focuses on a sheltered swimming pool, complete with rock art, a slide and waterfalls and is equipped with a permanent irrigation system. Different citrus trees and a few other fruit trees can be located in the garden along with two tunnels currently being converted into shade cloth greenhouses to produce organic vegetables and a third tunnel being used as a stable for horses. The rest of this property has about 0.5 ha under irrigation with indigenous trees in containers. A further 3.5 ha is arable land ideal for irrigation to produce any agriculture crops. Water rights are registered with the Department of Water and Sanitation.
Most of the business extensions are on the second property, with the zoning rights for the guesthouse and conference center/wedding venue. Six of the seven buildings are plastered dwellings and painted in a uniform style, while the seventh one is still under construction. A three-bedroom house has a tiled standing roof and all the others have corrugated iron roofs (contact agent for more information regarding the 7 units). A steel construction of 450m2 has already been erected and forms the basis of the planned wedding venue.
There is a side-line manufacturing business on the premise, that manufactures cement garden furniture, water features and pots for plants. There is a wide variety of moulds used for the manufacturing of the different items.
There are three main areas where the current business can easily be increased: