All stands have been positioned at least 100 m apart with views, big trees, rocks, privacy. Visual disturbance and noise pollution are taken into account. The size of this stand is 2500 m², deliberately chosen to limit the impact on the natural environment but still allow for a sizable dwelling to be built.
In order to add to the quality of the development, all buildings should conform to certain architectural guidelines. This, however, still allows for personal preferences. Access controlled and guarded gate. There is communal complex housing the administrative office, a swimming pool and play area and a tennis court. A communication center, library and clubhouse is also in the pipeline. The combined surface area of all plots, communal facilities and infrastructure will be under 100 ha. This will amount to only 5% of the total area of 2000 ha being developed.
All of the above will ensure a highly accessible, low-density, ecologically sensitive development of exceptional quality.
The extremely varied topography results in a nice mix in vegetation. The area facing the Springbok flats is are essentially thorn veld interspersed with huge marula trees and thickets of gwarrie and buffalo thorn in the kloofs. At higher altitudes the vegetation changes to mixed bushveld, with various species of Bushwillow and Red Syringa, followed by sour bushveld dominated by Mountain Syringa and Transvaal beech.
This variation in habitat makes it possible to accommodate a wide range of game species. Buffalo, white rhinoceros, leopard, caracal, impala, kudu, zebra, eland, waterbuck, blue wildebeest, klipspringer, grey duiker, mountain reedbuck, giraffe and nyala occur on the property. Additional game species are introduced according to a wildlife management plan. The wildlife management plan indicates the sustainable carrying capacity of the area, the ideal mixture of game species and veld management guidelines to be followed. The game population is scientifically managed with regula