Magoebaskloof and its small farming and tourism village Haenertsburg lie at the tip of the breathtakingly beautiful North Eastern Drakensberg mountain range. Enchanting valleys, clear streams, lush forests and an abundance of birds and wildlife dominate the rolling landscape of the area. Ever so often the mountains are cloaked in the soft mist, therefore the area is also named ‘The Land of the Silver Mist’. Magoebaskloof and Haenertsburg is situated approximately 4 hours drive from Johannesburg on the R71 towards Tzaneen.

On Thursday 19 November Van’s Auctioneers will sell two pristine farms in the Magoebaskloof and Haenertsburg areas. The first property is a 98-hectare farm comprising of improvements and a technologically advanced greenhouse infrastructure that is highly suited for tulip farming. The property has a 4-bedroom dwelling, storerooms, offices, borehole, and earth dam, cement dam and staff accommodation with separate facilities. The two greenhouses that were manufactured in the Netherlands are approximately 2800m2 in extent and the overhead irrigation system and fertilisation processes are controlled by a computer system that can be activated with immediate effect. The farm has a strong borehole and a storage dam of more or less 65000 litres that feed the irrigation system by means of gravity. The farm and the greenhouses with its equipment, generator and boiler will be offered separately and jointly at The Farm Randfontein, Limpopo at 11:00. For directions and additional information contact Gerard Harding at Vans Auctioneers.

The second property is a 6,7 hectare farm better known as Farm Diepkloof, Magoebaskloof and is situated along the scenic R71 tourist route between Haenertsburg and Tzaneen. The location of the property gives it various potential because it is situated on the same route as the popular Magoebaskloof Ruskamp with it’s pristine facilities and mountain lodge, Magoebaskloof Hotel and other popular accommodation and tourist attractions. The property consists of offices, a hothouse, staff quarters and a natural stream meandering through the property. The farm is situated in the heart of Magoebaskloof and offers panoramic mountain views. The property will be auctioned at 13:00 at the Farm Diepkloof, Magoebaskloof. For additional information and directions contact Gerard Harding at Van’s Auctioneers.