20 Mar 2013
Known as the bulb capital of South Africa, the village of Nieuwoudtville is all open spaces dotted with spectacular displays of colour, particularly in spring time.
The village lies on the Bokkeveld Plateau and is known for its unique vegetation, magnificent star gazing and spectacular 100m high waterfall on the Doring River.
Now is your opportunity to experience the peace and tranquillity of this pristine land, as a 140ha farm in Nieuwoudtville will be auctioned by BKB Eiendomme on 27 March 2013 at 11am on site.
It has approximately 100ha of arable land ideally suited to grow rooibos tea, olives, potatoes, lucerne, buchu (there are currently 60 000 buchu plants under irrigation) and indigenous flowers.
Sitting adjacent to the Nature Reserve, the farm lies in the midst of an unspoilt natural environment and offers a farmhouse with two bedrooms, three workers’ cottages and a freshwater borehole.
Auctioneer Willie van Rensburg says this is an exceptional commercial and lifestyle opportunity for someone who loves country life and farming in equal measure.
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