This is an immaculate 21 plus hectare farm, situated in the “Cradle of Humankind”.
This is an immaculate 21 plus hectare farm, situated in the “Cradle of Humankind”, approximately 40km from Randburg and Pretoria, and only 5 minutes’ drive from Hartbeespoort Dam and 15 minutes’ drive from Brits, in the North West Province, very centrally located .
This vacant land is on the Magaliesberg Green Belt, with lots of indigenous trees and bush. It is also located on the Historically known Komando Nek, where the “Anglo-Boer War” broke out on the 1st of October 1899. Till today some of the Historical ruins can be viewed when visiting the Old War Fort at Komando Nek. Three Major Engagements took place in this area, with the Boer Forces decisively defeating their British enemies.
The Farm is zoned for agriculture, and the Crocodile River runs through it. It is also a typical Bushveld habitat, suitable and ideal for game. There is one borehole on the farm, but electricity is still to be obtained. It is truly a unique investment, for those who appreciate the Bushveld Habitat, home to plant and bird life in abundance. A fenominal view of the Hartbeespoort Dam and the Magalies Mountains, definitely provides for an atmosphere for restoring the soul.
For the bluest of blue skies and a lot of smiles, there are a lot of fun places to visit around the Hartbeespoort Dam. To name but a few: The Harties Cable Way, Abseiling adventures, The Elephant Sanctuary, The Upper Deck Flee Market, The Hartbeespoort Zoo with Aquarium, Reptile Park and Houseboat Rides around the dam. You can enjoy a sundowner on your yacht or have a BBQ while fishing.
Individual towns around the Damn – Meerhof, Ifafi, Schoemansville, Kosmos, exct. provides for Shopping centers galore, Schools, Restaurants, Sports Pubs, and recreation resorts. Hartbeespoort dam.
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Hartbeespoort Dam (also known as Harties) is an arch type dam situated in the North West Province of South Africa. It lies in a valley to the south of the Magaliesberg mountain range and north of the Witwatersberg mountain range, about 35 kilometers west of Pretoria. The name of the dam means "pass of the hartebeest" (a species of antelope) in Afrikaans. This "poort" in the Magaliesberg was 'n popular spot for hunters, where they cornered and shot the hartebeest. The dam was originally designed for irrigation, which is currently its primary use, as well as for domestic and industrial use. The dam's hazard potential has been ranked high.
The town of Hartbeespoort is situated close to the dam wall and the villages of Kosmos, Melodie, Ifafi, Meerhof, The Coves Estate and Pecanwood Estate can be found alongside its banks. Hartbeespoort was previously known as Schoemansville, after General Hendrik Schoeman.Hartbeespoort dam.
The south African province of HARTEBEESPOORT has 4 schools all suburbs and townships. You can review the schools summary below or for a full prifule on any school you can click on the links below. To refine the results by specialisation or by phase please use the links to you right-hand side to view the results.
Tel 122532715 Suburb Schoemansville To Be Updated Phase Secondary School Specialisaion Comprehensive
Laerskool General Hendrick Schoeman.Hartbeespoort dam.
Tel 122511306 Suburb Schoemansville To Be Updated Phase Primary School Specialisaion Comprehensive
Mmatlhapi Combined School
Tel 184310204 Suburb Tigane Hartbeesfontein Phase Combined School Specialisaion Comprehensive
The Cottage School
Tel 122625108 Suburb Flora Park Ah To Be Updated Phase Primary School Specialisaion Comprehensive