Vacant Stand Raptors View

This could be your last chance to own a Vacant Stand Raptors View with the potential for great mountain views.

The stand is situated in phase 3 of the Estate. Due to its access down a long pan handle, the stand also offers privacy, set away from any passing traffic.

As with any Vacant Stand Raptors View, a certain amount of bush thinning is allowed. This opens the view even more. The first time you visit the stand, it is difficult to visualise what the mountains will look like once a home is built.

However, very close to this Vacant Stand Raptors View, is a home that took advantage of bush thinning, as well as a raised floor level. I would be happy to ask the owners (and good friends of mine), to allow a prospective buyer to see their home.

The pictures give an idea of the surrounding bush and large trees.

In terms of the Raptors View architectural and building guidelines, a home may be designed to have the floor level a meter above the ground. This elevates the entire house and people are often amazed at the difference this can make.

Hoedspruit is one of the fastest growing towns in South Africa. Raptors View Wildlife Estate remains an example of what a well managed and financially sound Wildlife Estate should be.

Game on the Estate includes all the general plains game such as impala, wildebeest, zebra, giraffe, warthog, waterbuck, and kudu. Nocturnal game includes aardvark, porcupine, civet and genet – and my favourite – bush babies. There are also a few leopard on the Estate. There is a special respect between them and the owners and they are often ‘caught’ on camera traps. I still get excited to see the Bush babies.



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