For Sale R1,750,000.00 - Residential
Real Estate Property Sabie Park Reserve
Real Estate Property Sabie Park Reserve. Live your wildlife property African dream, on well over 4,5437 Hectares of private paradise. This real estate, is something that is more than special. It is one of a kind never repeated again! The home offers a lifestyle and convenience, which is nothing more than amazing. Featuring large open lounge with Meranti wooden windows. A verandah and BBQ area, with a private enclosed rear yard. Fireplace and first-class finish throughout. Furthermore, the home comprises a central kitchen, together with gas appliances. Three spacious bedrooms – main ensuite, beautiful slated floor finishes. Indeed a home that offers great size and space, and great value for money. Indeed a prime investment for the future.
Why should I consider to purchase a holiday home in Sabie Park?
The location of Sabie Park Private Nature Reserve, is of great importance too nature lovers. The Kruger National Park and Sabie Park, share a common border on the Sabie River. The entrance gate to the Kruger National Park is about ±1.5 km from the entrance gate to Sabie Park. This is ideal for home owners with wild cards, to visit the Kruger Park early in the morning. Be back home for breakfast or lunch and a nap in the afternoon. Later in the day visit the kruger Park again and be home before sunset.
Sabie Park is an absolute haven for owners. It’s not crowded by general public holiday makers. It has a beautiful owners chlorinated swimming pool, tennis court, public library. A small tuck shop and in general well managed. In short a haven in the wild African bush.
Additional home features:
- Open floor plan layout.
- Two Bathrooms.
- Lovely furnished entrance hall.
- Furnished house ‘Log stock and barrel’ (You walk in, I walk out)
- Solar lighting
- Harvey tiled roof
- A large vacant stand next to property, incuded (2.9331 hectares in extent)
- The above mentioned property could either be consolidated with the house or sold.
- Inteested in a “Free State Game Farm“