Three farms situated in a beautiful valley in Oudtshoorn, plus a deep sea fishing boat and some moveable assets will be auctioned on 26 November 2015.
• Farm 1
The first farm is ±211 ha in size with about 41.5 ha under gravity-fed irrigation. There is ±60 ha of dry land, which can be irrigated in winter.

In terms of accommodation and storage, there is a main dwelling, two flats; a store with feed mixing facilities, a feedlot for ±2500 lambs; lean-to’s; tobacco drying stores and three equipped boreholes. This farm is being sold as a going concern with implements – list available on request.

• Farm 2
The second farm measures in at ±56 ha with 22 ha of dry land. There are no buildings or implements, but there is huge potential to convert the property into an ideal weekend breakaway destination.

• Farm 3
The third farm is about 69.4 ha with ±20.4 ha under gravity-fed irrigation from three dams. There are about 10ha of dry land. This farm is also being sold as a going concern with implements.

• Movable assets
There is various equipment for sale, including a Nik-Naks machine; a “cheese curl” machine; an oil fryer; conveyer belt; two spice mixers and two packing machines.

• Deep sea fishing boat
A Coast Cat 19,2 deep sea fishing boat with 2 x 90 hp engines will also be auctioned off.
The farm lies not far from the bustling Little Karoo town of Oudtshoorn. Oudtshoorn is known as the ostrich capital of the world, but is also famous for its beautiful Kango Caves. The area is a popular holiday destination, for both domestic and international travellers.
Willie van Rensburg of BKB Properties comments, “This is a magnificent part of the Western Cape, with the farms being surrounded by lush greenery and towering mountains. There is huge investment potential for both agricultural and accommodation purposes, especially for those who enjoy a rural lifestyle.”
The auction takes place on site on 26 November at 11am. Viewing is by appointment.
Contact Willie Van Rensburg on 083 261 7641 and Albie Loubser 082 573 9902 for any queries, or call the office at 021 872 6533. Email or visit