Unparalleled grazing farm of 830ha between Dullstroom, Lydenburg and Roossenekal, with a further 430ha (grazing) bordering on it which can also be obtained. The farm has about 50ha of arable land with water rights. An abundance of water from perennial springs contributes to this property being one of the best grazing farms in the area. These springs feed the 14 dams on the farm – many of which is stocked with trout. The Potspruit stream flows trough the farm for about 5km. Improvements on the farm include a 3 bedroom stone house, a four bedroom thatched house operating as a lodge currently, three chalets rented out to tourists and 3 big sheds. Access to the property is an easy 5km off the R 557. Farm includes altitudes of about 2000m above sea level but also valleys that are more sheltered. The farm is ideal for the production of cherries, pecan nuts, apples or kiwi fruits combined with live stock.