Tierkloof is excellently located in the Klein River Valley near Hermanus. Functioning as a working farm with mixed farming including water bottling plant.
Tierkloof lies in a high rainfall area and is out of sight from National Roads. The micro-climate is ideally suited for red cultivar apples. Breathtakingly beautiful in a picturesque setting.
This lovely property is home to 64 ha of mountain land and 160 ha arable land of which 90 ha is potentially irrigation land. Very good irrigation water supply and infrastructure. Moderate climate with an average of 600 mm annual rainfall. The farm consists of mainly pastures with sheep and is zoned agricultural. Mixed farming activities include livestock, irrigation farming, dry land farm olives and water bottling. The farm is also suited for wheat, lucern and canola. Lush and green, gently sloped and terraced fields with amazing mountain and landscape views. 3 ha Olive plantation and centre pivot irrigation on 10 ha. 15 ha under grazing.
The moderate climate also supports mixed natural grass and fynbos with the potential for dairy, grapes, livestock, winter grains and excellent lifestyle.
The farm has huge potential to develop the arable land with abundant water for a variety of red cultivars, apples and cherries.
Ideal for developing into a weekend destination with self-catering accommodation or even catering as an events venue. Price excludes VAT. Sold as a going concern. Water rights for 56 ha irrigation without the bore hole. No land claims.
Situated just off the R320, roughly 15 km South West of Caledon and 30 km North East of the R43 Hermanus Hemel-en-Aarde junction. On the Tesselaarsdal/ Solitaire road that connects to the Stanford Road. The strategic location between Stanford, Hermanus & Caledon is ideal as a stopover for motorcyclists or mountain bikers in between their routes