Located on the banks of a tranquil river and just a short drive from the pretty town of Greyton, this magnificent 50-hectare lifestyle farm is an exceptional example of a complete, historic Cape Dutch farmyard, with ample commercial opportunities.
Consisting of six buildings it provides the perfect opportunity for a discerning buyer to own a piece of Overberg history.
The Manor House offers incredible views of the surrounding mountains and vineyards, with traditional wooden floors and wood-burning fireplaces providing a welcoming environment, while modern finishes such as air-conditioning ensure year-round comfort.
The ground floor is home to three en-suite bedrooms, a grand kitchen and dining area. There is also an entertainment space with large doors that open out onto the beautiful gardens and lawns.
The first floor has a separate entrance, as well an additional three en-suite bedrooms.
The second home, or Pioneer’s Home has three en-suite bedrooms as well as a large entertainment area. The design perfectly combines historic Cape Dutch architecture with modern finishes – and again boasts incredible views of the surrounds.
The Mill House has been converted into a three-car garage, with ample parking also available at each of the separate buildings.
The jewel in the crown is a 100-seater wedding venue, which has a glass floor overlooking the intimate wine cellars below. A large catering kitchen and walk-in cold room add incredible value to this space. With the Manor House and Pioneer’s Home offering nine bedrooms in total, the wedding venue is often booked in conjunction with this accommodation. In addition to farming potential, this venue also provides the opportunity for a steady income stream.
Other buildings on-site include a three-bedroom en-suite home as well as two self-catering cottages.
Included within the 50 hectares is 3.45 hectares of buildings, 0.25 hectares of Shiraz located in front of the Manor House, two paddocks for horses as well as a large vegetable garden.
There is 37 hectares of arable land on the river-side of the farm and a further 9.3 hectares on the mountain side, which includes self-catering cottages and staff accommodation.
The farm also has 37 hectares of water rights from the Riviersonderend River. The water rights and arable land allow for high-income farming potential, within the heart of Apple Orchard country.
This historic site is ideal for lifestyle farmers, with endless commercial opportunities.