Brand new home in the sought after, upmarket Oak Lane Residential Estate.
Be the first to make your mark on this modern home.
Set it up for yourself or as an income generating rental.
The large front door welcomes you into the “wind lobby”.
Large open plan living area flows freely from the modern farmhouse kitchen and scullery. The kitchen has plenty of packing areas and work surfaces. There is space for your 3 under counter appliances and double door fridge.
The open plan living area has a fireplace as your focal area for those cool and balmy evenings. Large sliding doors flow to the social covered patio which has views of the dam. A built-in braai can be the ideal place for community sharing after a tough day of fishing.
The main bedroom is situated on one side of the house and has its own sliding door to the patio, built in cupboards and main - en suite bathroom.
The two family bedrooms are situated on the other side of the living areas and share their own full bathroom. These rooms too have built in cupboards and cottage pane windows.
This home has been built with a double carport which can easily be closed into a full garage.
Additional features of this gem are prepaid electricity, cemcrete floors and counter tops and most importantly - old world charm.
The secure estate has 24 hour security, direct access to stocked dams, and is the perfect lock-up and go for the weekend fly fishing enthusiast.
The complete estate has 77 erven and carries a levy of approx R 1025 per month. The monthly rates are approx. R 780.00
This beautiful estate is quaint and welcoming with all homes having the style of being “old Transvaal” with stone wall, corrugated iron roofs and free flowing community spaces.
All that is missing is YOU.
Dullstroom was established in 1883 by Dutchman Wolterus Dull to settle Dutch immigrants. During the Second Boer War the town was destroyed and most of the settlers returned to the Netherlands.
It was proclaimed on 9 October 1893 and named after a merchant from Amsterdam, Wolterus Dull, chairman of a committee which rendered assistance to families who had suffered losses during the First Anglo-Boer War. The element stroom, ‘stream’, refers to the Crocodile River nearby.
Dullstroom, also known as Emnothweni, is a small town in Mpumalanga province, South Africa. The town lies 35 kilometres north of Belfast and some 53 kilometres south-west of Lydenburg.
Along with Underberg, it is one of South Africa's premier flyfishing destinations. The town features the highest railway station in South Africa at 2,077 metres above sea level as well as at the foot of De Berg, the highest point in the province at 2,332 metres
Breakfast Nook Entrance Hall Fireplace Kitchen
Lounge Main En-Suite Patio Scullery / Pantry
Cul de Sac Visitors Parking