Serokolwane Lawns, Ramodibe

Bids commence at P 950000

Tribal Grant 247-KP Ramodibe

Key Features :
  • Farm Size : 107587 Sq Meter
  • Tenure: Leasehold
  • Sale Format: Leasehold Title for a period of 50 years from 3rd August 2004. The sale format is a sale in execution (Deed of cession), transfer of the Property into the name of the Purchaser.

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This large farm is encompassed by a fence, accompanied by an electric fence and access is via a motorised sliding gate.
The majority of the farm land is cleared for arable farming (primarily the growth of kikuyu grass). Developments on the farm comprise of an office/ guard house, an events catering/ kitchen building, an ablution block and staff accommodation with an attached carport. The staff accommodation comprises of two staff bedrooms, a toilet, two storerooms and a fitted kitchen. The catering building comprises of an open plan fitted kitchen complete with tiling throughout and the ablution block comprises of male and female rest rooms each with three toilets and a changing room. The office/ guard house comprises of a tiled and air-conditioned office space with an open-plan fitted kitchenette.
Other developments on the farm comprise of a boiler room, garden shed, poultry houses and small-livestock enclosures, as well as internal fencing.
The property is serviced with mains electricity and is situated close to the Ngotwane River.

Auction Details
Viewing Date : Auction Date : Auction Venue :
August 21, 2019 August 21, 2019 The auction will take place at the Property
Getting there
On the main Gaborone – Francistown A1 highway, get to the Phakalane traffic lights and drive straight northwards for 6.7km then turn right after Engen filling station onto a dirt road (by Serokolwane Lawns sign board). Drive straight for 2.6kms and turn right at a “4-way road” (following the Serokolwane Lawns sign boards). Drive for 300m then turn left. Follow the road straight for 950m and the farm is ahead


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