A large farm portion set amidst the rolling hills of Magaliesburg, with all improvements and a partly-completed dwelling, will go under Park Village Auctions’ hammer on October 10.
With approximately 42 hectares of arable land under irrigation, 109 hectares dry crop land, 116 hectares natural grazing and 19 hectares planted under blue gum trees, as well as other areas, the farm is a gem in one of the quickest growing and most sought after areas of Gauteng.
Measuring 287.7820 hectares, the remaining extent of portion 75 of the farm New Thorndale 394 JQ; on R763 Gravel Road, Magaliesburg, Gauteng, represents a perfect opportunity to establish a mixed crop and livestock farm close to the busy urban centres of Johannesburg and Pretoria.
Says Park Village Auctions’ Jaco du Toit: “The farm is in one of the most arable regions of the province with a climate that is suitable for a wide variety of crops and livestock.
“With some construction work and preparation, the partly-completed residential dwelling comprising the homestead, double garage, hostel type workers room, farm manager’s house and open sided shed, can easily be completed to provide a farming headquarters and residence for workers.”
The auction will take place on site at 11am with viewing one hour before that.