For Sale R110,000.00 - Vacant Stand
Marloth Park hideaway panhandle stand. Build your dream home on a beautiful exciting wildlife vacant stand. Located in the idyllic town of Marloth Park in Mpumalanga. Most noteworthy, close to two Kruger National Park entrance gates. These are the well-known Komatipoort, Malelane gates. Least not forgetting the Mozambique, and Swaziland borders close-by. PS! We’re expecting our early spring rain… soon nature will turn into a lush green… Complimentary houses built close by, yet out of eye site!
Marloth Park Hideaway panhandle stand
A freehold ‘panhandle’ property, in size 1914 sqm. Needless to say, set in a prime and lucrative position. Vegetation consists of; lush grass foliage together with plenty of indigenous bushveld trees. hence attracting many wild animals. This stand will become your opportunity, to control your dream home aspirations. Build right now… rather than going through a total makeover on an established property. This is your once in a lifetime opportunity, to secure a unique and remarkable parcel of land at a great price. An instant appeal in the wild African bush!
An Overview… of Pretoriuskop Rest camp in the Kruger. Book yourself in for a day or two?
Some 3 500 million years ago. Molten rock forced its way through the earth’s crust. It solidified to form spectacular granite outcrops. This is here Pretorius-kop Rest Camp is now nestled. The impressive granite dome known as “Shabeni Hill” is not far from the camp. It is clear to any visitor, that Pretorius-kop is unique. Brilliant red trees adorn the camp. A decision taken to use only indigenous plants, in laying out the rest camp gardens. Nostalgia prompted an exception to the rule for Pretoriuskop. The Kruger National Park’s oldest rest camp. Exotic flowering plants were given permission to stay. Thus enhancing the strong sense of alowable history of the past.
5 Things To Seek at Pretorius-kop: Sable Antelope, Lichtenstein’s Hartebeest, Wild Dog, Kudu, and the Brown-Headed Parrot.
Contact Pretoriuskop: Tel: +27 (0)13 735 5128/32. ‘Pretorius-kop camp’