A 20 % share in this bush log home provides you with full access of 2,200 ha of greater Kruger National park every 5th week for a week at a time. The log home is in immaculate condition and elevated off the ground providing a safe home from the Big 5 that can roam right up to the house or drink at the small waterhole in front of the house.
There are four en-suite bedrooms each with a shower, basin and toilet that are located off the patio and elevated walkway. Each room has an aircon and ceiling fans providing sufficient coolness when it’s hot. There is a large central lounge living room with open plan kitchen which is a great hanging out area for friends and family. On either side of the living room is a patio for outdoor living with a larger patio which can accommodate couches and the dining room table on the Western side that overlooks the waterhole.
The sale includes a 25% share in a game viewing vehicle, which is maintained and used by four of the syndicate members. The 5 members of the house split the running costs equally and this means the levies are low considering the access and enjoyment of Greater Kruger.
Jejane Nature Reserve is a privately owned 2,100ha reserve situated in the Greater Kruger Park bordering greater Balule Nature Reserve in the north and the Klaserie Nature Reserve in the east. The whole Ecosystem is open to the Kruger Park. It has traversing of 2400ha as it has extra traversing with another property of 300 ha. It is only 5km from the town of Hoedspruit on a good quality dirt road, making it uniquely convenient to its shareholders. There are 47 shareholders with around 45 homes situated in the undulating bushveld. Jejane is strictly for the enjoyment of homeowners and their guests. Recently the property in the South which was called Amsterdam, now called Pridelands has dropped fences with Jejane, meaning that the Kruger Park fence now reached the town of Hoedspruit.
Jejane is an exceptionally well managed farm with biodiversity studies a regular occurrence to ensure that the fine balance between man and beast is maintained and preserved for the future. While regular anti-poaching patrols and a live in team of maintenance staff and Management ensure that all aspects of the reserve function smoothly and without incident.
Jejane was established 26 years ago and enjoyed expert management both ecologically and financially. The reserve is governed by a board of directors elected annually by the shareholders, while day to day management is done by an experienced management team with the assistance of junior conservation staff.
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