This 6 bedroom 2 bathroom farm, totalling some 369 m2 near Rayton is situated on 26 ha of the most sought after, pristine nature in the area within a registered conservancy. Situated at the foot of the scenic Magaliesberg mountains and with its rich heritage and being home to the endangered Jameson Red-Rock Rabbit and several indigenous rare plant species, the area is the conservationist’s dream. This property offers good potential for a guest house or lodge type development and offers excellent opportunities for hiking, mountain-biking and even 4x4 trails. With panoramic views unequalled for the area, which includes views over a neighbouring game farm, this farm is perfect for someone who craves a lifestyle of peace and tranquillity.
The farm is within easy reach of lodges, guest houses, 4x4 trails and off road motorcycle/mountain biking and hiking tracks.
The inside bedrooms, four of which are downstairs and one upstairs are all spacious whilst a sixth bedroom is accessed from a staircase outside the house. The main bedroom with walk-in dressing room (or strongroom), offers an en-suite bathroom with bath and shower whilst the guest bathroom offers a bath and basin and a separate guest toilet.
The large space of a double volume, open plan lounge, dining room and kitchen creates a feeling of openness and freedom. Here a family becomes one with their home as it facilitates seamless interaction between family members in the kitchen, lounge or dining room.
The house is on a farm very near the N4 freeway and less than 17 km or 12 minutes from Solomon Mahlangu (Hans Strydom) turn-off from the N4. It is near a main tar road with only about 1,5 km gravel road to the entrance of the farm.
It is situated in a beautiful mountainous area with stunning views right around the house. Although rocky, the farm is often visited by free ranging game from the area.