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Sekhukhuneland is a region recently considered as a centre of plant endemism and therefore of particular botanical interest.

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Paul Malan. The original owner of the farm Buffelskloof is also a well known and accomplished artist.

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BUFFELSKLOOF ECO-RESERVE is a limited development in in the Mpumalanga province, north of Dullstroom that offers an opportunity to own a unique and diverse African experience.

The highly experienced town planner who has facilitated more than 20 such developments had the following to say:

 “If we select only the best out all the developments we have done to date and put them all in one place, it would be something like Buffelskloof”

The total development truly celebrates the diversity of Africa bearing a rich population of fauna and flora as well as a number of archaeological features. The reserve includes mountains, cliffs, ravines, gorges, rivers, waterfalls, bushveld and large grass plains. It boasts 10 distinct flora habitats (i.e anthropogenic grassland, steep slopes and valleys, grassland with scattered woody outcrops, plains bushveld, arid bushveld, Acacia thornveld, sandveld, old fields, southern grasslands, rivers and streams). Two Iron Age sites have been identified which will be restored in due coarse.

The Buffelskloof Eco Reserve is situated on 3037 ha of land with only 150 stands , or 1 house for every 20ha. Almost all other developments have much higher densities with at least 1 stand per 10ha. Less than 0.002% of the reserve is to be developed.

It is situated just 300km from Pretoria and Johannesburg , making it an ideal weekend or lifestyle getaway. Buffelskloof is 30km from Steelpoort and 40km from Lydenburg our nearest towns, along a tarred secondary road making the access extremely comfortable in any vehicle.  

With a few exceptions most game species can be accommodated on the reserve. Even prior to the development the following species were encountered: kudu, waterbuck, civet, leopard, mountain reedbuck, klipspringer, grey duiker, red duiker, steenbok, warthog, bush pig, aardvark, impala, baboon, vervet monkeys, the endangered oribi and brown hyena. The reintroduction of the following species is planned in the short term: blesbuck, red hartebeest, eland, zebra, ostrich and blue wildebeest. The population of the resident species will be increased and the introduction of rarer species such as sable, roan antelope, nyala, tsessebe and grey reedbuck will be considered for the longer term from returns on the game harvest. A safe enclosure for rhinoceros and disease free buffalo is also envisaged. The numbers and species will be based on the conservation plan.

Extensive environmental impact studies and interaction with all interested parties have been concluded and the approval for the development was received from the Mpumalanga Land Development Tribunal on the 11 November 2008 and the positive Record of Decision was received from MDALA on the 21st January 2009.

The Buffelskloof Eco-Reserve will be developed in seven phases. The first phase is open for options to purchase and a limited number are still available.

Do not miss out on this unique opportunity to get in at at the ground floor.

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Approval for land development
The Mpumalanga Land Development Tribunal granted approval for the development of the Buffelskloof Eco-Reserve on the 11th November 2008....

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Building Guidelines
Restrictions / guidelines to enhance and maintain the African experience, are imposed in terms of conditions of title, town planning schemes or national or any other building regulations...

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Stands available
Only 150 stands of 1 ha each are for sale on 3000 ha...

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