Hoedspruit Wildlife Estate consists of just over 400 residential stands that are approximate 4900 sq.m. in size. There are also a few select and larger stands of 10 000 sq.m. situated in a quieter part of the Estate.
There are some areas of Hoedspruit Wildlife Estate that are so close to the shops that residents could walk to Pick ‘n Pay, the banks and Post Office. Read more about Hoedspruit here.
Laid out more like an extension of Hoedspruit, the Hoedspruit Wildlife Estate has paved roads, services under ground, more of a feel of being in a suburb whilst still having game move freely around the house.
Where the Hoedspruit Wildlife Estate differs from the other Wildlife Estates is that it is pet-friendly. A small section of a property, immediately around the home, can be fenced off in order to keep them under control.
Levies are about R2000 a month. Municipal Rates vary according to the size and value of the home.
Hoedspruit Wildlife Estate has seen a tremendous burst of activity and there are hardly any vacant stands available. Residents benefit from mature trees, drainage lines or mountain views. Some homes offer privacy at the end of the roads.
There are also a number of homes that have become very popular as B&B’s. A large choice is available and offer affordable accommodation to something more sophisticated.
Hoedspruit Wildlife Estate has become one of my main focus areas. It is exciting to see how it has grown and developed over the years.