This magnificent and beautiful property is located in the Dordabis area approximately 65 km from Windhoek and 40 km from Hosea Kutako International airport. It is primarily a cattle farm with a carrying capacity of 1 livestock unit per 10 ha, but several game species are roaming freely on the property and therefore hunting is also a major source of income. The Infrastructure is well maintained. The farmstead comprises a well-designed and well-built farmhouse with swimming pool overlooking the Olifants River. There is a guest house and service buildings. A huge shed and several labour houses have been constructed. Electricity is supplied by the national grid (NamPower). The property is subdivided into 29 camps and some of the border fences are game proof fenced. Fourteen boreholes equipped mainly with solar and submersible pumps provide water to the property. Boreholes have been drilled to a depth of 70 meters, and the water table varies between 15 to 30 m from the surface. Water is plentiful and of good quality and boreholes yields vary from 1 m³ up to 30 m³per hour. Boreholes are interconnected by an extensive pipeline system of about 100 km. In the Olifants River a sand barrage has been built to augment the water supply at the farmstead. Furthermore, 30 earth dams were constructed keeping water for most of the year. Average rainfall is between 250 and 300 mm and the veld can be described as open bushveld with a good grass cover. Large trees such as camelthorn, soetdoring, wag-‘n-bietjie and witgat are the dominant species with a good number of edible bush including vaalbos (Thargonantus spp) and rosyntjiebos (Grewia spp). The landscape and topography are very interesting with mountains, hills and small rivers traversing the property. In total there are about 1 500 head of game on the farm including the following species:
Oryx (300-500), Hartebeest (200-300), Kudu (150-250), Waterbuck (50-80), Blouwildebeest (15), Springbuck (20-30), Black Wildebeest (15), Burchell’s zebra (10), Warthog (500-600), Giraffe (6), Eland (5-10), Ostrich (3) and the birdlife is abundant, especially thousands of guinea fowl.
The property is sold as a going concern with all the game on hand and equipment to do general maintenance work including 3x tractors, trailer and hunting vehicle.
The asking price of N$ 45 million includes commission but excludes transfer fees or VAT that might be attracted by this sale. The property is registered in the name of the owner.