Hiker’s paradise lodge and farm up for grabs
Investors with a penchant for outdoor adventure will have the opportunity to live out their dreams and purchase a portion of Mpumalanga’s highlands history when Five Assegais Country Estate goes under Park Village Auction’s (PVA) hammer on Wednesday 18 July 2018.
The farm property hosts part of the famous Num-Num Walking Trail and included in the liquidation auction are the three overnight camps used by hikers, as well as a lodge and two antique railways carriages serving as a tea garden for the many travellers attracted to the cultural and historically rich area.
Portions 2,3,4 and RE of the farm Bermondsey 391 JT and portion 9 of the farm Boschoek 392 JT (measuring 1220,552 hectares) located on the R541/Machadadorp Badplaas Road make up the property and includes a farm dwelling converted and utilised as a country lodge with supporting infrastructure, a manager’s cottage, staff accommodation, storage facilities and four natural trout dams
Says PVA’s Jaco du Toit, “In addition to the beautiful property, all improvements, lodge furniture, equipment, vehicles back-actor and livestock are included to give the successful bidder an opportunity to rapidly get the property “back-in-business” and back on tourist’s maps.
The auction will be held on site on Wednesday 18 July commencing at 12 noon. For additional information, or to arrange viewing, interested parties can contact Park Village Auctions on 087 160 0521