For Sale R1,500,000.00 - Vacant Land
These Marloth Park river stands are extraordinary. A bold sales statement. Yes, indeed a bold statement, for prospective purchasers. To realise, the importance of securing one, or all three, threshold wildlife vacant stand options now? As the future for humanity holds no guarantee. The stands on offer, are strategically located on the edge of the Crocodile River. They offer a direct view of the Crocodile River and beyond into the Kruger Park. ‘The, most significant wildlife reserve in Africa”.
Marloth Park River Stands
Marloth Park is, indeed, a universal holiday destination. Tourism statistics has it, that on an annual basis, thousands of tourist flock to Marloth Park in significant numbers. To have a personal experience, and privilege, of being able to view and live amongst South African wildlife within this prestigious resort. The properties for sale in this instance, are all located in Seekoei Road. ‘Seekoei’ is the Afrikaans name for Hippopotamus, and notoriously also known as the proverbial ‘Golden Big 5 Mile’ road. With reference; that on any given day, you may view one, two, or all of the world famous Big 5 animals in Africa. Stand units are: (1 & 2) (3 & 4) (5 & 6).
The name Marloth Park derives from a German botanist, Rudolf Marloth. The aloe ‘Marlothii’ named after him. This plant is found abundantly in Marloth Park. Marloth Park is unique as within the park. There are Giraffe, Wildebeest, Kudu, Impala, Bushbuck, Baboon, Vervet Monkey, and other small game and abundant bird life. Marloth Park features a humid subtropical climate with mild winters and hot summers. Do yourself a favour, click on Wikipedia and read all about Marloth Park.