Hoedspruit Wildlife Estate is a 680ha Wildlife estate situated in Hoedspruit, Limpopo.
The estate has 450 half hectare, full title stands. About half of these stands have been developed into residential homes or bush lodges.
Homes and lodges are set amongst large bushveld trees with views of the bush, Drakensberg Mountains or one of the dams on the estate. Lodges are typically 4, 6 or 8 bed, ie: 2 to 4 bedroom. Architectural guidelines apply and there are options to suit every need. Thatch or tile roofs are allowed. Image title
The estate has a wilderness area as well as a Game drive route, where much of the plains game can be seen. Although there are allocated areas for the plains game on the estate, the game does not distinguish between the various areas and roams freely throughout the estate.
THE APPEAL OF HOEDSPRUIT WILDLIFE ESTATE
Hoedspruit wildlife Estate appeals to an array of people.
Home owners are allowed to rent their property out commercially which is a unique feature of the estate. This income potential is very attractive to some prospective buyers.
Owners are allowed to have two dogs as long as they do not disturb those around them and stay within your property. Owners are allowed to fence off their yard to ensure that pets can be kept in an enclosed area.
There are stables on Hoedspruit Wildlife Estate which means that owners can go on an out-ride across the estate.
The lifestyle afforded by living on the estate is really special. There are several dams and bird hides on the estate. There are wonderful views, a safe environment, the pleasure of game and bird watching and the freedom to walk or ride a bike as there are no dangerous animals on the estate.
The estate is secure with electric fencing, 24 hour access control and security guards. The estate uses a fingerprint access system for home owners, while guests and visitors need permission to enter the estate. Exit codes are supplied by owners for guests to be able to exit the estate.
The roads are tarred and named after the Lowvelds’ iconic trees. The estate is laid out with two developmental areas separated by a large wilderness area. However game moves across the whole estate and does not distinguish between development areas and game areas.
Water is supplied from the Hoedspruit municipality and electricity from Eskom which has been laid below the ground for improved aesthetics.