This 57.8 Ha farm is situated on the slopes of the Klapmuts hills and form part of the distinguished Stellenbosch red wine triangle. The spectacular setting offers a view of Table Mountain on a clear day, and though currently no homestead found on the farm, there are plenty of potential locations for a homestead offering panoramic views of surrounding areas.
At present, 23Ha of the farm is cultivated and used to produce outstanding quality grapes (all sold to Simonsvlei Wine Co-op) and constitutes cultivars of:
30 year old Cinsaut (4Ha); 35 year old Chenin Blanc (10Ha); 20 year old Chenin Blanc (5,5Ha); 10 year old Cabernet Sauvignon (3,5Ha.) Water is obtained from one large dam and soil types found on the farm are Granite (Tukulu, Hutton) and Sandstone (Oakleaf) up to more than 90cm deep. 32Ha of the farm is still cultivatable.
Two hectare Theewaterskloof Waterrights included in the sale.
This farm, along with the award winning grapes found here, is for sale as a going concern for R9 300 000.