Game Farm Estate in Pietermaritzburg

From R4,000,000

Development Mahathunzi - KwaZulu-Natal
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Mahathunzi is truly a solid investment opportunity

VACANT LAND
Priced From R4,000,000
Number of Vacant Lands 49
Size From 200000m² to 330000m²

New Development Profile

An Extraordinary Wildlife Estate

Price excludes VAT

20 - 33 Hectares | Iconic Architectural Design | Exceptional Security

Situated in over 1000 hectares of authentic African terrain, complete with both large and small wildlife, this matchless offering in KwaZulu-Natal has been released onto the property market.

Up until a few generations ago, all of South Africa, and Africa itself, was pristine original natural countryside. Humans lived in total synchronicity with that landscape, taking only what they needed, depleting nothing, living as an extension of nature itself while animals roamed free.

Game will roam freely between the scant residences. Residents will be able to utilize the more than 46 km of all-weather shale roads within the property for game viewing routes, as well as take advantage of the expansive freedom to enjoy mountain biking, walking and even trail running.

LOCATION:

There are very few parts of the continent where this emblematic reality and image of Africa remains. In reality it is shrinking but on the land of Mahathunzi, even though not totally free of the peripheral impact of modern human activity, Hilton College is an immediate though invisible neighbour, Pietermaritzburg is 10 minutes away, its northern boundary neighbour is the Five Star Karkloof Safari Spa, and the Albert Falls Dam sits 2kms away on the Umgeni River, this property has retained its essential ecological systems and character. Its physical extent and topographic scope ranges from open grassland plains, kranses, plateaus, dolerite cliffs, forested valleys and water pools. It is sacrosanct and precious, rare and limited, powerful and beautiful. This land supports established populations of Wildebeest, Giraffe, Reedbuck, Eland, Kudu, Impala, Nyala, Blesbok, Zebra, and Warthog as well as abundant bird life and many other indigenous species. It characterizes an iconic African landscape.

SECURITY

Security is a major factor, and access to Mahathunzi will be strictly monitored on 24 hour basis. All plots will have access to 3 Phase electricity, fibre optic cables will provide access to Telkom and high speed internet, and water will be provided from boreholes and dams.

Agent Contact Details

Denise Dogon
Sea Point - Head Office

Cell 082 449 6608
Office (021) 433 2580

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