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BELLEVUE GAME FARM LIMPOPOThe farm Bellevue is situated in the Vaalwater district in the Limpopo Province, approximately 200km from Pretoria. The farm is a existing game farm, fully fenced, with the following game: Giraffe, Zebra, Bluewildebeest, Eland, Kudu, Nyala, Gemsbuck, Blesbuck, Impala, Ostrich and other small game. The farm is situated on a plateau in a malaria free area with several fountains serving as a natural water supply source. The flora of the farm is typical bushveld with a variety of indigenous trees and it includes a extremely large fig tree, in the vicinity of which a communal picnic spot is established. The farm Bellevue is approximately 737ha. in extent.
The farm is developed by the sub-division thereof into 12portions of 61 ha. each, to be transferred in ownership in terms of separate substantive title deeds.A single homestead may however consist of separate chalets, provided that it is designed as an aesthetic unit. Despite full title ownership, each of the owners of the respective sub-divided portions, shall have full access to all the other sub-divided portions, except the exclusive areas in the vicinity of each homestead. Upon full development, there will be no more than 12 owners, each of which will be members of the Section 21 owners Association, which will be responsible for the management of the total development.
The primary objective of the development is to create a unique and exclusive residential and holiday game farm facility, with the specific intention to preserve the echo environment of the farm as a single unit. Except for the purpose of culling, no hunting will be permitted on the farm. The day to day management of the farm will be conducted by a managing operator designated by the Association
61 hectare stands from
R 1 200 000.00
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