Blyde Wildlife Estate. An Estate offering magnificent Mountain Views.
The Blyde River meanders through Hoedspruit’s Blyde Wildlife Estate.
Recent changes to the Architectural guidelines now allow owners to build their homes using alternative roofing to thatch. (July 2017).
In addition, under strict control, owners may apply to have a pet. One of very few estates allowing this, Blyde Wildlife Estate is set to grow tremendously over the coming months.
The only Estate with its own gym, clubhouse and swimming pool as well as a large restaurant that can be used by all owners and also hired our for functions. The restaurant has been taken over by a well known restaurateur from Hoedspruit. The Blue Mountain Restaurant is gaining in popularity, especially on Sundays when the locals enjoy a buffet of traditional home cooked roast with vegetables, salads, breads and puddings. The setting of the restaurant is amazing. Enormous year old trees shade the area and add to he ambiance.
Squash courts for the more energetic.
Apart from the river stands, there are a number set back and in the bush. An example of game to be found includes giraffe, waterbuck, kudu, impala, warthog, as well as the usual nocturnal visitors. The animals move freely between the houses, heading for the nearest water point.
Blyde Wildlife Estate is situated about 8 kms from Hoedspruit town on the road towards the Abel Erasmus tunnel.
There are only 154 owners on this 300ha property. For anyone wanting great mountain views, Blyde Wildlife Estate has to be the destination of choice. It’s always good to know that their are neighbours close by but not on your doorstep.
All services underground to minimise visual impact. Magnificent views of the Northern Drakensberg Range.
24 hour access control. Levies are about R2500p.m. and this includes maintenance of roads, security, administration management and more. The roads are paved and of a very high quality.
Quick access to the Panorama Route, Blyde Canyon resorts and Kruger National Park.