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The Colonial style main homestead is tastefully decorated with antiques in baroque style with spacious foyer and formal dining area that is the main entrance of the house from the spacious patio with a view over the manicured gardens. The right wing of the house has a formal lounge with fireplace, guest toilet and kitchen with gas stove, walk in pantry, scullery, eat in area and centre island work space. Solid wood staircase leading to guest suite upstairs, extra bedrooms, study, walk in closet and the master suite that is in the left wing of the house. The main bedroom is even woman’s dream with coffee station, living space and glass dome bathroom.
From the left wing adjacent to the fourth bedroom with full en-suite bathroom is door leading to the indoor heated swimming pool set in the garden next to an exceptional water feature.
On route from the main entrance to the farm you will pass sign boards that directs you to each portion and themed house. Two hunters houses that is separately fenced in and used for guests during the hunting season or for most city slickers that need a night out of the busy life.
Attention horse lovers! Full dressage indoor arena with 14 4x3 brick stables that leads of a passage from the barn with spectator balcony, full restaurant that is part of the stable manager’s house that is modernly renovated and offers 4 bedrooms, 2 spacious open plan living areas with tiled flooring and a view over the inland dams. Separate 10 stallion boxes, medical crush and wash bay and secure tack and feed rooms.
The farm manager has his own home where most of the farm implements are stored, the sheep handling facilities and slaughter house with cold room. Lucerne under irrigation is just one of the income producing options from the arable land use on the exceptional well organized farm.
A three bedroom home with outdoor patio and boma braai area that is ideal for group bookings or even if granny has to have a home of her own.
The biggest gift the farm is offering is the 200 year old Ndebele Ruins that is stones packed in circles that was used as homes, but is now a tented camp with braai and bar area to enjoy the primitive lifestyle and bring you closer to the tranquility nature has to over whilst you sit in the hide with a view over a waterhole for the passing game.
Too much to mention as the real value can be explored by appointment only.
Rustenburg is one of the oldest towns in this part of the world. It lies surrounded by the Magaliesberg mountain range, its streets lined with the ubiquitous jacaranda tree. It’s a pretty little town, despite being a city, and there is an element of sluggishness to Rustenburg that makes it so attractive, lying as it does only 112 kilometres from Johannesburg and not far from the Sun City complex.