A generous view of the Goukou River and surrounding hills are most striking features of this 130 hectare lifestyle farm based next to the Stilbaai Fynbos Nature Reserve and situated approximately 14km's from the ever-popular Stilbaai region. And the best of all is that you can enjoy this view from your lounge every morning whilst having your cup of coffee ...The main farmhouse consists of 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom, a kitchen, study and spacious lounge; a cellar and double garage. There is also a second house (200 sqm) on the premises which offers a loft, 3 bedrooms, a bathroom, dining room, open plan lounge/family room and a laundry room.
With some maintenance to the existing infrastructure, this scenic lifestyle farm could once again become the tomato producing farm it was before. The infrastructure includes two 288 sqm and four 240 sqm grow tunnel frameworks (new plastic available for covering at least 2 of the 6 frameworks); as well as six 5000 Litre water tanks. Opportunities for farming with olives or almonds are possible as the climate in the area is ideal for this purpose.
Other features include:
* 2 x staff quarters
* Approximately 12 hectare permanent irrigation (6 ha gravity fed and 6 ha pump fed)
* 3 x Strong flowing fountains
* An earth dam fed by the fountains
* 400 sqm shade house
* A dairy barn/shed
* 160 sqm open shed currently used for the filling and storage of sawdust-filled nursery bags
* 3-Phase electricity
Still Bay / Stilbaai is a little coastal settlement based in South Africa’s Garden Route between Mossel Bay and Riversdale, on the banks and around the mouth of the Goukou River where it flows into the Indian Ocean. The area is known for its tranquil and breathtaking natural habitat making it a sought-after retirement village and holiday destination. The beach lies stretched and inviting with its white sands and visitors flock here to enjoy recreational activities such as sunbathing, angling, wind surfing, kite surfing, canoeing and more. Three other Nature Reserves are also based in this area: Pauline Bohnen, Rein’s and Geelkrans.