Date: 20/07/2018     Park Village Auctioneers     Auction News

Multiple Mixed-use Farms In Mpumalanga Up For Grabs

Multiple Mixed-use Farms In Mpumalanga Up For Grabs
Multiple mixed-use farm portions in Belfast and Stoffberg will go under PVA’s hammer on the 25th of July.

Park Village Auctions has been instructed to auction multiple farm portions in Belfast and Stoffberg on the 25th of July.

That’s the word from PVA’s Jaco du Toit who says that the sale is sure to pique the interest of those seeking versatile land that lends itself to both livestock and crop farming.

Commencing at 11:30 am, the first auction for the day will see portions 6, re/13, 14, 15, and 16 of the farm Vlakplaats number 317, JT Mpumalanga on the block.

Located approximately 27km from Belfast just off the R540 to Dullstroom (GPS co-ordinates: -25.5596, 30.0287), the sale comprises land boasting improvements such as various farm dwellings, boreholes, natural and cement dams, dryland irrigation and natural grazing pastures, measuring 200,8066 hectares in total.

Following after that at 2 pm, the sale of portion 23 of the farm Enkeldoorn 214, JS and portion 9 of the farm Sterkloop 352, JS Mpumalanga, located approximately 9km from Stoffberg along the Wapadskloof road (GPS co-ordinates -25.480133, 29.844423).

These portions feature improved farm dwellings, outbuildings, a large shed, boreholes, dry land irrigation, a natural dam and offer natural grazing collectively set astride land measuring 1041.6615 hectares in total.

Says do Toit: “The farms are located in a high lying area of Mpumalanga which receives a good amount of rainfall per annum and enjoys moderate temperatures between 14-17 degrees in winter and 22-30 degrees in summer –accommodating mixed-use operations. Farmers involved in livestock and dryland crop farming are sure to find value with the land on offer.”

All of the farm portions are to be sold separately or together with the highest bid or combination of bids will be considered. Viewing is to be arranged by appointment by calling 087 160 0521.

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