There are 5 title deeds: – 5 farms for sale at a price of R 14 000 000
Moonstone 1 255,1823 ha
Moonstone 2 328,3805 ha
Antelope 307,6149 ha
Crib board 308,7241 ha
Wedgeley 566,1091 ha
The average official stocking rate overall is 4ha/LSU
Wedgeley has 5 camps, 2 reservoirs 55000L each, 5 water troughs each 1000L, 3 dams, a windmill and a spring-fed kloof. It is balanced about half sweet and half sour veld. It was our home and has an off-grid 2 bedroomed house, great shearing shed and sheep facilities and 2 historical stone buildings as well as a vehicle garage, engine room and 3 empty staff houses. one of the dams is stocked with largemouth bass
Crib board has 2 camps, 2x1000L water troughs and a very strong spring. It is mostly sour veld it also boasts a big San rock shelter with paintings and artefacts. The waterfall and Afromontane forest are impressive. it has cattle facilities and a modern cattle loading ramp
Antelope has 6 camps and is protein-rich Sweetveld with krantzs, waterfalls, caves, rock art, caves, cycads etc and a good spring. It also has the diesel pump that supplies spring water to the house and stock water reticulation system.
Moonstone 1 has 6 camps,4 springs and mostly good high carrying rooigras sour veld. It boasts abundant flora and a lovely forest patch and kloof. the 4×4 access to Moonstone mountain starts here
Moonstone 2 has 8 camps and 2 self-proclaimed botanical reserves, 1 high and the other low elevation. It is a balance of sweet and sour rooigras veld. It has 3 springs, and a good borehole that feeds the cattle dip and lifts water high up the mountain to a reservoir that feeds 4 water troughs. In a time of drought when the spring feeding the system fades, the borehole is used. There are an abundance of orchid and other species, forest patches, waterfalls and mountain streams on Moonstone as well as high elevation, breathtaking panoramic
The lower boundaries of Wedgeley and Antelope are watered by the Quanti river which winds over a distance of about 11km through the farm and has sported smallmouth yellowfish, eel, barbel and an unidentified little barb species.
There is a good gravel road that runs through all the property, making access easy
The Wedgeley house is 44km from Stutterheim and the farms are all in that district
All the properties adjoin and form an economic block of ground.
The owner is a private capacity is not a VAT vendor, thereby alleviating VAT complications arising from a sale.
There is no political, or other restriction or entitlement by anyone, on the property, as well as no permanent staff living on the ground.
Wool mutton, beef, mohair, dairy goat, tourism and hunting have all been successful disciplines that we have practised on the properties with regular production of some of the highest yielding wool in South Africa, is a great inspiration to us.
The area offers tourism in many fields, concentrating on the unique and splendid botany occurring here, other attractions include birding, scorpions, rock art, hiking, 4×4 adventures, etc.
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Updated on June 3, 2021 at 9:44 am