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Limpopo Livestock Farm with “Excellent Pastureland” On Auction

Park Village Auctions in association with Jack Klaff Auctioneers will soon make available a sizable Limpopo farm said to have “enormous potential”.
That’s the word from Jack Klaff, speaking on behalf of the two auction houses, saying that both firms are elated to behind such an exciting sale.
Klaff, “Farms of this stature don’t come around often. The land is a prime cattle or game farm.”


The farm in question, Farm Pyppan, 326 Registration Division LQ, Steenbokpan, is located in the Waterberg district of Lephalale, Limpopo—an area known for its tourism and unique biosphere—only three and half hours from Pretoria.


Set on game-fenced land measuring 1294 hectares, the “established” farm features a family home, a guest camp, three feed sheds, seven boreholes, four cement reservoirs, six drinking troughs and a natural water hole (situated at the game hide).


The residential home takes the form of a five-bedroom, three-bathroom house with an open-plan kitchen, a dining room, a lounge, an entertainment room, a veranda and a carport for four vehicles.


The game farm rest camp comprises two thatched-roof chalets, a kitchen and a lapa flanked by outbuildings, previously used a cold room and meat preparation area, and a storeroom.


Says Klaff, “Farm Pyppan holds enormous potential as a revenue-generating farm be it for game viewing and hunting or rearing cattle.”


Klaff anticipates that the auction will attract a broad spectrum of experienced farmers—especially seeing as the auction will be held online only, which allows for greater reach.


The sale will commence at 11am on Tuesday the 22nd of September via PVA’s proprietary online auction system. Bidders must register on PVA’s website beforehand to participate. Registration details and support are available from Anna Mahlangu who can be reached on 011 789 4375.
Viewing can be arranged by appointment via Jack Klaff, on 082 808 2471, Hansie Taute on 082 457 4172 or by emailing jackklaff@klaff.co.za.

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