The farm is situated 17 km from King William’s Town in the foot hills of the Amathole Mountains.
The Buffalo river runs through the property, which is bordered on one side by the Rooikrantz dam and hemmed in on the other sides by the Pirie State forest.
The land is approximately 90 hectares and comprises of indigenous bush, black wattle, blue gum and pecan nut trees. Being surrounded by state forest and two dams, It is prime land for Eco-tourism, an up market lodge, Buffalo breeding centre, or an environment and conference centre.
The maiden dam is stocked with trout, the Rooikrantz dam with bass and the forest alive with bush buck, black footed cat, samango monkeys the Cape parrot and plenty more. It is also at the starting point of the Amathole mountain hiking trail. It has access roads and water rights as well as an Eskom connection point.
This unique pocket of land has massive potential and is perfectly suited to a development investor, as well as state developers.