Hoedspruit Guernsey Conservancy. 21 ha properties Hoedspruit.
Hoedspruit Guernsey Conservancy is a well managed, secure area of about 400 ha.
Situated close to the Orpen Gate of the Kruger National Park and a quick drive from town.
It is now a well known fact that Thornybush has dropped fences with Timbavati. This means that the Guernsey Conservancy now formally adjoins the greater Kruger National Park area. This is great news for property values. I am not as optimistic to say that the fence between Thornybush and Guernsey will ever come down. But think of the potential if ever it does. Property prices will sky rocket.
An ideal place to find the peace that living on 21 hectares offers, Hoedspruit Guernsey Conservancy is still conveniently close to the charming bushveld town, Hoedspruit. Living in a secure Conservancy means you can enjoy the peace of mind that you are safe and secure whilst sleeping with your doors and windows wide open.
Game to be found in the Hoedspruit Guernsey Conservancy is buffalo, kudu, impala, giraffe, zebra, wildebeest, waterbuck, reedbuck, ostrich, zebra, bushbuck, eland, leopard, duiker, and warthog. Nocturnal game includes civet, genet, African wild cat and porcupine.
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Some interesting shops and sights await the visitor in the quaint towns of Graskop, Sabie and Pilgrims Rest. Variety of restaurants. Or take a picnic basket and explore the waterfalls, views, hiking trails and scenic wonders. God’s Window. The Pinnacle. Blyde River Canyon. From the Hoedspruit Guernsey Conservancy, one can also enjoy a boat trip of the Blyde Dam, Moholoholo Rehabilitation Centre, Khamai Snake Park, Kapama Cheetah Breeding, and our own massive Baobab Tree. The Orpen Gate of Kruger Park is a quick 30-minute drive away.
The Hoedspruit Guernsey Conservancy is a more relaxed place to stay. Fewer owners means that the rules are not so stringent. Owners all get along well. This could be an ideal investment choice for you.