House For sale in Keimoes

Houses in South Africa province Northern Cape, Keimoes, Keimoes

R5 775 000

Ad ID 499419

Key Features

4 Rooms
2 Bathrooms
44.50 Land Area
Pets Allowed

Extra Features

Property Description

2 Title Deeds with registered sizes of 17.9872Ha and 26.5525Ha9 Ha Vineyard, 9 Ha Lucern, Water rights for 18 Ha.House - 4 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, wood fitted kitchen, lounge and dining room, storeroom. Beautiful gardens, pets allowed. This property is +-20km from Keimoes towards Kakemas direction.Orange River Fishing - Fly Fishing - Canoe Fishing - Rowing - Camping - Braai - Bird Watching - Just RelaxingThings to do in the Keimoes and Upington area The Tierberg Nature Reserve lies 4 km west from Keimoes on the road to the Augrabies Waterfall. The Orange River offers many kinds of water sport, ranging from kayaking, canoeing and tubing, to fishing. Get on your bicycle and explore the beauty of the Northern Cape. If hunting is in your blood, this is the place to be. Keep yourself busy with star gazing, a sunset river cruise in Upington or just visit some of the suspension bridges in the area. Visit Kanoneiland where you could go on a guided tour. The Augrabies Falls National Park lies on the banks of the Orange River. Fishing. Visit some vineyards and wine farms, some offers wine tasting and tours Go on hiking trails or mountain bike routes.About Keimoes Keimoes has a population of less than 10'000. The village is located on an island in the Gariep (Orange) River, roughly 45Km southwest from Upington, and 40Km east from Kakamas. The environment is arid, but due to irrigation from the Gariep River the town is very green. The beautiful Kanoneiland is about 15Km from Keimoes on the way to Upington. Tierberg (also known as Loerkop), the highest point in the region, overlooks the village and offers a lookout over the valley. The village was established by Klaas Lucas, leader of the Korana river people who lived here. The origin of the name of Keimoes is uncertain. If the name is derived from !Korana, it means Mouse Nest, referring to river mice who nest on the river banks. If the name is derived from the Nama language, it means Great Fountain (gei mus). During the 1870s the Korana chiefs Klaas Lukas and Piet Rooi raided farms Escape to Ikaia B&B, a fisherman and nature lover's paradise. Accommodation where you can relax near Keimoes, the jewel of the Northern Cape. We are situated a comfortable 40 km from Upington - South Africa. Such convenient accommodation situated on the main road between Keimoes and Cape Town, close to the national route to: Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, Augrabies Falls National Park, Riemvasmaak, Namaqualand, Upington, Namibia, Kenhardt, Johannesburg and Bloemfontein.

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