Farms for sale Namibia – Hochfeld District
We are pleased to offer this fine property on behalf of the owner.
Reg. Division: “D” Otjozondjupa Region
Size: 2,000.0034 hectares
LSU: 1:8 Official Grazing Carrying Capacity: One Large Stock Unit (LSU) per eight hectares, putting this farm into the highest category in Namibia. Total Animals able to be held: 250 LSU; or 1,500 Small Stock Units (SSU) or a combination thereof.
Access: surfaced main road up to the farm gate. There are no public roads traversing the property
±245 km from Windhoek, via Okahandja, Hochfeld road, another route from Windhoek is via Osire.
The farm is Close Corporation owned.
It is excellent and very well thought out, making this farm very easy to manage. 11 camps, 1,2m high 5-strand strong stock proof fence, each with access to water. The fences and other infrastructure are in an excellent condition. 1x large cattle handling facility with crush, loading ramp & sorting kraals at main post. There is 2 smaller sorting camps at the outposts. The posts are interconnected by a central cattle management corridor, which makes for ease of management. The middle post has a worker’s house of 19m²
The 3x water points is well equipped, with ample water. Water is pumped with a combination of windmill and/or solar power. Short pipelines interconnect all the boreholes and feed water into the reservoirs and drinking troughs located throughout the camps. In the entire region, the water table is about 15 -25metres and boreholes sunk to a maximum depth of 50 meters.
This is very practical and well-built; it is designed as a weekend getaway for a city-based businessman. The main dwelling is an 87m² building with a 48m² steel veranda on two sides. All floors are tiled. The lounge, kitchen and dining tracts are an L-shaped open-plan living area. This leads off to two bedrooms, and a bathroom with shower and a separate toilet. Electricity is provided by four sun panels, inverter, and batteries.
The vled is open Savanna, with camel thorn, geelhout- and Kalahari appelblaar trees and shrubs, candle acacia, kudu bush, rosyntiebos and short fodder bushes. The veld is an excellent type, located on sandy soil and the bush and trees present have an incredible feed value and sustain livestock and game during dry seasons. The farm lies in an area of high and consistent rainfall of 400mm and more per annum.
Livestock production: this property is right in the prime producing area of the country. The cattle we saw was in excellent condition. Small stock on other farms was in excellent condition as well.
As part of the report, we have include the article by Alan Savory: Save the land, keep more animals. The principles espoused there can easily be applied to the farm.
Langplaas is surrounded by conservation-conscious neighbours, and the owner does not hunt. Therefore, it has a very healthy game population. The large plains animals are represented mainly by oryx, kudu and eland. Smaller game is warthog, duiker, steenbok and according to the farmworker Damara dik dik as well.
Birdliofe Is plentiful, consisting mainly of red-eyed francolin, guinea fowl and several species of dove.
The farm is part of a production area for this crop, a farm nearby is certified as organic producer of Harpago. We believe that with hands on management the farm will give an excellent return from a diversity of activities.
N$ 6,400,000.00 including commission.
The farm is easily managed and well developed, and the asking price represents excellent value for money.
This is a secluded, yet very accessible property of superb quality and would be an excellent investment for a city-based businessman.
Prospective clients are requested to contact us for an appointment.
Land Size 2,000 m2
AddressOpen on Google Maps
Address Hochfeld District
City/Town Hochfeld District
Property ID 8024
Price NAD 6,400,000
Property Type Farms
Property Status Buy
Property Label #Like it - #Share it , Off the Market
Land area 2,000 m2
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