Leopard Rock Estate Hoedspruit has only 44 stands on a 720 ha Estate near Hoedspruit with total traversing on 1000 ha. Realistic priced stands.
The name “Leopard Rock Estate Hoedspruit” conjures up images of a leopard sprawled out on one of the huge rocky boulders. This is an awesome feature of this prime 750 ha Estate. There are some nice stands to choose from. Large granite koppies attract game not found on other estates. These include klipspringer (rock jumper) and Dassies (a strange little animals looking a bit like an oversized rabbit but without the pointed ears).
The stands at Leopard Rock Estate Hoedspruit are each 1 hectare or 10 000 sq.m.
Because of the low density, even when fully built up, Leopard Rock will offer and privacy and exclusivity that clients have come to expect in a bushveld environment.
Homes are built to incorporate the special features offered by the Estate. The sundowner deck could be raised to include the huge rocks. Large Rock Fig Trees could shade your swimming pool.
Drinking holes and dams attract a large selection of game. The Shabeni River and its many tributaries start to flow gently at the start of the rains in October.
Zebra, Wildebeest, Duiker, Bushbuck, Dassies, Klipspringer, Ardvark, Kudu, Rhino, Hyaena, Sable, Buffalo, Giraffee, Warthog – and of course, Leopard.
What makes Hoedspruit Leopard Rock Estate any different from the others? Owners may have well behaved dogs. Tented camps are acceptable with more permanent structures later on. Homes may be let out for shorter periods when not in use.
Leopard Rock Estate Hoedspruit is ideally situated for entrance in to the Kruger Park through either the Orpen or Phalaborwa Gates.
The towns of Phalaborwa and Hoedspruti both offer all amenities and are within a 30 minute drive from Leopard Rock. The quaint towns of Sabie, Graslop and Pilgrims Rest are easily accessible for a day’s outing.