• The farm isused for bee and sheep farming and the sale includes some implements and tools, including a tractor, farm bakkie and digger loader.
• Currently the farm has 200 indigenous Pedi sheep on it.
• It also has 300 beehives for the large bee farming business. They harvest 5000 kg of honey anualy.
• Furthermore it has some chickens - lay hens, and various fruit trees, and wild flowers are picked in season for the export market.
• There is Escom power - single phase.
• The farm has an abundance of very good quality water and has its own natural water source -a strong fresh water mountain stream that flows constantly. There also is a borehole that was never even used. This registered water source is from a perennial mountain stream and the strong borehole produces 50 m3 of water per hour. This is a Youtube video link of the water source https://youtu.be/-_qUkb1sDh0
• There is a main house with three bedrooms and two bathroom, and a cottage with one bathroom and two bedrooms . Furthermore there is a workshop/ shed of 300m2 in size
Bredasdorp normally receives about 344mm of rain per year and because it receives most of its rainfall during winter it has a Mediterranean climate. It receives the lowest rainfall (13mm) in December and the highest (44mm) in August. The monthly distribution of average daily maximum temperatures shows that the average midday temperatures for Bredasdorp range from 17.5°C in July to 26.2°C in January. The region is the coldest during July when the mercury drops to 6.3°C on average during the night.