Karoo Elements is situated in the middle of the small hamlet of Vanwyksdorp.
Van Wyksdorp is a small rural village in the Klein Karoo of the Western Cape in South Africa. The nearest towns are Ladismith 45km (33km gravel), Calitzdorp 55km (52km gravel mountain pass), and Riversdale 67km (45km gravel).
Because of its unique and special character Van Wyksdorp has attracted a number of very interesting, creative, successful, caring people from all walks of life, with many different viewpoints, who nonetheless all get along as a working caring community.
Often regarded as the undiscovered corner of the Klein Karoo, Van Wyksdorp remains a cultural kaleidoscope untouched by the modern hustle and bustle of city life. In contrast, tranquillity abounds and time has almost stood still. Situated within the Cape Floristic Kingdom (an internationally recognized Biodiversity hotspot),
Van Wyksdorp is ecologically rich in Succulent Klein Karoo biodiversity. This quaint little village provides a unique charm, warm character, and friendly residents. People from afar come here over weekends or permanently to breathe in the atmosphere of a living village.
Young and old enjoy themselves while children still play safely in the few streets. The town provides almost stress-free living necessary in contrast with today’s fast-paced lifestyle. This superb location and inspiring lifestyle provide the cornerstones of healthy living, hence providing a soul-fulfilling and memorable experience, true value for money, and a rare opportunity to invest in an affordable property of distinction.
Many of the small farms practice organic and sustainable farming and living and are happy to share this way of life with other like-minded people.(source: Vanwyksdorp Tourism website)
The asking price includes a completed two-bedroom house of 340 m2, with two bathrooms, modern kitchen and scullery, open lounge and dining area and large veranda in front. It is off the grid with a 15 kva solar system with lithium-Ion batteries. Hot water is provided by gas geysers.
There are 33 stands of different size as follow:
5 X between 900 and 995 m2
13 x between 800 and 900 m2
15 x between 600 and 800 m2
The development is enclosed with palisade on three sides, with normal 2.4 m fence at the back end.
An indigenous garden under irrigation borders the main sliding gate, and a beautiful entrance wall built out of local scale stone.
Roads are in place, lined with bark acacia trees
Each stand has a water connection point, and water is delivered via a reservoir which is filled per water turn from “the eye”.
Architect plans for 2- and 3-bedroom dwellings are in place as well as registration with NHBRC
Zoning is residential
Asking price exclude VAT