Vacant Land Residential for sale in Zandspruit Bush & Aero Estate

Located not far form the main gate, this stand offers good privacy and has a a rocky outcrop and large trees on it.

During winter when the bush leaf drops, one can expect mountain views and the stand is elevated.

The stand is 8468 Sq meters in size and one can build a bush home based on three types of architectural options. A traditional thatch, Farm house style with Chromodek roof or the more modern pavilion.

No transfer duty is applicable

Zandspruit Bush and Aero is situated a mere 2km outside Hoedspruit and is 1000 hectares in size, of which 650 hectares will stay unspoilt bushveld, meant for you to enjoy the African nature at his best.

This wilderness area will provide a natural and untouched environment for all the free roaming plains game, such as giraffe, zebra, wildebeest, kudu, waterbuck, warthog, impala, duiker, bush buck and various other small animals.

Here you can go on your own game-drive, hikes or cycle tours. Unique features are provided for: walking trails, spectacular sundowner spots, viewing points and waterholes. A unique feature here, and a first in the bush, is that you will be able to land and hangar your plane near your house.

Architectural guidelines will apply to all houses, guaranteeing a home to suit every need and taste, whilst ensuring continuity and coherence. The allowed styles are thatch, farmhouse and modern pavilion, which caters for individual preferences, as well as optimizing each stand’s unique qualities and features. The estate is pet friendly, allowing for two small dogs.

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vacant land residential listed on 23 Mar 2020