For Sale R1,750,000.00 - smallholding
Bethlehem Smallholding Free State. First of all, in the heart of the Eastern Free State. In a fertile valley created by the Maluti Mountains. Lies a beautiful dual-purpose piece of vacant land, near the town of Bethlehem. Likewise, the name Bethlehem’ meaning ‘house of bread’. Due to early farmers found, that wheat flourished in the valley. – Also, today, this area produces 65% of South Africa’s wheat production. Above all, the country-side is scenic and beautiful with many surrounding nature reserves — Even more, only 34 Km from the tourist paradise of Clarens.
Bethlehem Smallholding Free State
This choice of dual-purpose property
Most noteworthy, this ‘choice of dual’ purpose property is 22.5974 Ha in extent. Furthermore, it is located just outside the Municipal grounds of Bethlehem. Also, known as the fastest-growing “capital” of the scenic Eastern Free State. Hence, this smallholding is close to town, yet out of sight. Only one km from the vast Dihlabeng Mall. It is four Km from Central Bethlehem and 30-odd Km from the tourist mecca of Clarens. Bethlehem airport is just one Km away.
Described as “dual-purpose” and presently used as a private residential or mini-game farm. Townhouses could also be an option without such a development infringing on one’s privacy. The property is wholly game-fenced with two access gates. Magnificent views over the valley containing the Sol Plaaitjie dam, ‘before the Saulspoort’. The first dam into which water from the Lesotho Highlands Water project flows. This water is distant to the Vaal Dam. It then flows into the Liebenbergsvlei River. Access to this water ensures that Bethlehem will never run dry.
The small-holding is on a hillside. Elongated, the top section is level, and it then drops quite steep to the bottom fence. Eskom lines traverse the property, and there is a meter near the side of the property. Water comes from a windmill near the top of a hill. There is also a fountain about a third of the way down, which provides about 500 litres/hour. A borehole just outside the property offers reliable water to two neighbours. Effective use of water could emanate from here or a separate borehole sunk on the same ridge.
R1 750 000,00 (One million seven hundred and fifty thousand rands) is considered to be a good price. Contact: Roy vd Westhuizen to view the property on +27 (0)72 697 6664 in Bethlehem. Alternative mail him on email@example.com. All photos and videos by Ian van Straaten. Ian is a renowned professional photographer of 40 years of experience. Ian resides near Bethlehem.Ian’s contact details: +27 (0)76 812 8930. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org