6 Stands available in the sought after Zwartkloof Private Game Reserve

All stands have been positioned at least 100m apart with views, big trees, rocks, privacy, views, visual disturbance and noise pollution taken into account. The size of the stands, 2500 square meters, have been 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 conform to certain architectural guidelines. This, however, still allow for personal preferences regarding the design. Apart from a gate with facilities for guards we also have a communal complex housing the administrative office, swimming pool, play area and 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.



ZK201         R450 000

ZK202          R650 000

ZK203          R550 000

ZK204        R Make an offer

ZK205        R500 000

ZK206         R450 000

Contact Us

Contact Hennie de Clerk/Miranda Van Beek on 082 452 7993 or fill in the form and we will contact you immediately to arrange a visit to Zwartkloof for you.

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Are the stands full title or sectional title?

The developer received approval for full title stands, which means that the homeowner will have freehold title and own the stand and the buildings erected on it. Traversing rights over the remainder of the reserve are also registered with each title deed.

How big are the stands?

All stands are 2500 sq m.

How far are the stands apart?

The stands have been individually positioned with regard to trees, views and privacy. The center point of adjacent stands is approximately 100m apart.

How many stands will there be?

A total of 302 private stands.

How much will the levies be?

The Home Owner’s Association determines the levies. The monthly levy is currently set at R1 604.04 per month for the period July 2015 – June 2016.

What services will be included in the levy?

Safety and security, insurance of public areas, maintenance of services (electricity, water supply, roads and fences), maintenance of facilities (trails, hides, recreational areas, staff quarters and entrance structures) and administration. The developer will be responsible for wildlife management (veld management, water provision, monitoring, research, etc.). As the game add substantially to the value of the properties, 15% of the monthly levy is allocated towards the maintenance of the game.

Are there additional monthly costs apart from the levy?

Property taxes, water end electricity are also for the owner’s account.



What size dwelling can I build?

Owners can build dwellings of between 200 sq m and 450 sq m.

Can I build a swimming pool?

Swimming pools of not larger than 16 sq m are allowed.

Are there architectural guidelines I must adhere to?

Yes, the style is a contemporary, eco-friendly design with the emphasis on low maintenance and maximum adaptation to the particular vegetation and geography of the reserve. Due to the constraints mentioned above, the option of thatched roofs has been excluded.

Can I use my own architect?

In order to maintain the architectural integrity of the development, only the architect appointed by the developer may be used.

Can I use my own builder?

Yes, any builder registered with the NHBRC may be used.

How long do I have to build?

Home owners have to start building within 3 years after the transfer date and complete the building within 1 year.

What other facilities will there be on the reserve?

Hiking trails, 4×4 route, game drives,  squash court, steam bath, small gym, children’s play area, club house and business centre.

When will these facilities be available?

The following facilities will be provided after 80% of phase 1 stands have been registered:

  • Paved road to entrance
  • Squash court
  • Tennis court
  • Spa with Steam bath
  • Small gymnasium
  • Main swimming pool
  • Buffalo and rhinoceros enclosure
  • Mountain Bicycles & Hiking Trails
  • Stocking with game completed

The following facilities will be provided after 80% of phase 2 stands have been registered:

  • Business centre & Club House
  • 4 x 4 Route
  • Hiking trail
  • Mountain Bike trail



Can I move around freely on the 2000 ha game reserve?

Yes, apart from designated exclusion areas, as well as the dangerous game enclosure of approximately 100 ha, that will only be accessible on guided game drives.

What about security?

The main entrance gate will be manned by security guards on a 24/7 basis. Daily patrols of the reserve will also be instituted. The owners can install alarms systems, compatible with the security system, at each dwelling.

Game on the farm?

Currently we have the following species:  Lion, Buffalo, Blue Wildebeest, Red Hartebeest, Waterbuck, Grey Rhebuck, Impala, Kudu, Giraffe, Nyala, Bushbuck, Duiker, Klipspringer and a few more.

Who owns the game?

The developer will retain ownership of the game in order to remove the burden of management from the home owners. The game will be professionally managed according to the ecological management plan.

What guarantee is there that the developer will ensure the presence of game on the reserve?

In agreement with the Home Owners Association, the developer undertakes to stock the reserve according to the current ecological management plan, subject to revisions by an ecological consultant.

Who will pay for game and veld management?

The developer will be responsible for wildlife management. The Home Owners Association will contribute 15% of the monthly levy towards wildlife management.

Am I allowed to fence my stand?

In order to facilitate the free movement of game on the reserve, no fences will be allowed on stands apart from securing swimming pools.

Can I establish a waterhole for game on my stand?

Only water holes approved by the consulting ecologist will be allowed.  Bird baths will, however, be encourage.

Will quad bikes be allowed?

Due to the nature of the development, no excessive noise will be allowed, which precludes the use of quad bikes on the reserve.

Are any pets allowed?

No pets will be allowed as they are deemed to be incompatible with game on the reserve.

What about the exotic plant species occurring near the recreation area?

All exotic plant species will be removed as part of the veld rehabilitation programme.