BAARDSKEERDESRBOS, VACANT LAND ON 28 MAIN ROAD.
BAARDSKEERDESRBOS, VACANT LAND ON THE MAIN ROAD.
This prime, north facing property situated on the Main Road in Baardskeerdersbos has just come onto the market at Pride Property, Gansbaai. This piece of land, Agri 1 Zoning gives you an opportunity to start from scratch any thig under the sun that you are dreaming off. This plot has even got the view off the valley to the southern side. Take this opportunity to make Baardskeerdersbos your home and with some initiative your own business for self-catering accommodation, etc. on this well sized property of just over 3000 m² (square meters.)
There is only one B’bos and that is Baardskeerdersbos in Overberg Region, 20km from Gansbaai, 24km from Bredasdorp, and shortcut to Pearly Beach with beautiful white sand beaches. This pearl in Overberg is a small village with Approximately 100, mostly fulltime residents and 65 properties. A steady Overstrand Municipality is in control and render all basic services. The newly, upgraded tarred road from Gansbaai runs through this rural village. The many artist’s, keen gardeners, friendly residents and quaint restaurants makes this the ultimate peaceful village to stay. Once a month they have a local handcraft/fresh produce market which always turns out to be very social and relaxed. The residence, keen gardeners, grow organic produces, have pets and animals on small scale to experience a “jol” in this village. There are various markets to generate an extra income with various weekend markets in the surrounding farms, smallholdings and towns. There is already a lot of customers to support the produces. For the businessmen who wants to work from home all the necessary media is on the doorstep. The breath-taking views of the surrounding valley, fynbos, farmsteads, endless skies, flourishing fruit trees, veggie gardens and mountain ranges that give plenty of peace, calm and tranquil atmosphere for the visitors and the residents. The area still has the privilege of the old day’s irrigation system well known as the “Leiwater” system. The Boskloof River with runoff water from Perdekop as part of the Kouberge, feeds the system and has been sustainable over many years.